Syntax themes define the styling for the keywords that are recognized by language modes. Cloud9 comes with various default themes available via the
View / Themes menu. This article describes how to create a custom theme and add it to a Cloud9 Bundle.
The easiest and currently recommended way is to use this online theme editor. It allows you to easily create a new custom theme and download it as a .tmTheme file.
Convert that TextMate theme to a Cloud9 theme file using the TextMate theme importer guide.
A bundle can contain one or more syntax themes. Each theme must be placed in the
Suppose your theme is called
tomorrow-night.css. Your file structure will look something like this:
└─ your.plugin ├─ themes | └─ tomorrow-night.css ├─ package.json └─ README.md
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