By John Gruber
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Here’s another codeless language module for BBEdit 8, for Movable Type configuration files (‘mt.cfg’). It provides syntax coloring for comments and MT directive keywords; by default, it claims any file whose name ends with ‘mt.cfg’.
Download link and installation instructions (cinchy) at the module’s project page.
The Movable Type user manual has a section on Configuration Settings; this module supports all the directive keywords listed there, plus the following six which aren’t documented, but which I found in the default ‘mt.cfg’ file for MT 3.11:
Phil Ringnalda emailed to point out that the canonical list of supported
MT configuration directives is in the
file. From there, I slurped out 25 additional keywords:
(Note to Six Apart: It’d be nice to have these documented.)