Sublime Text is a very popular text editor, and for a while now it's had marginal D support. What has changed recently is updated syntax highlighting to support all the new keywords that have come in the last couple of years and UDAs https://github.com/sublimehq/Packages/commit/b9026cf6ab8ccd05e3704d21b2d5d5cc21450aca.

Syntax highlighting was mostly based on D1 before, but now it supports every thing to pure and nothrow to correctly highlighting number literals with underscores.


In order to use this, you can either wait until a version of sublime is released with these changes, or you can download the dev version here https://www.sublimetext.com/3dev, and then install the new packages as described here https://github.com/sublimehq/Packages#installation.

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