language-renpy - :bookmark_tabs: :electric_plug: Ren'Py package for Atom and Linguist Grammars

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Adds syntax highlighting and snippets to Ren'Py files in Atom. It also adds syntax highlighting to GitHub files, markdown code blocks and GitHub Gist (more info here). Originally converted from the Python package for Atom.



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