Which file types are supported?

A list of all supported plain text file types.

Supported file types

Textastic has syntax highlighting support for the following plain text file types (file extensions are in brackets):

• ActionScript (as)
• Active4D (a4d, a4l, etc)
• Ada (ada, adb, ads, a)
• AMPL (run, mod, dat)
• Apache Config (htaccess, conf)
• Applescript (scpt, applescript)
• ASM-x86 (asm)
• ASM-MIPS (asm)
• ASM Motorola 68000 (asm, s)
• ASP - JavaScript (asp)
• ASP - VB (asp)
• ASP.NET - C# (aspx, ascx, asmx)
• ASP.NET - VB (aspx, ascx, asmx)
• AWK (awk)
• Batch (bat, cmd)
C (c)
C++ (cpp, cxx, cc)
C# (cs)
• Clojure (clj)
• Cobol (cobol)
• ColdFusion (cfm, cfc, cfml, dbm)
• Csound (csd, orc, sco)
CSS – Cascading Style Sheets (css)
• D (d)
• Dylan (dylan)
• Eiffel (e)
• Erlang (erl, hrl)
• Fortran (f, for, f90, fpp)
• FreeFem++ (edp)
• GEDCOM (ged)
• GNU Assembler (s)
• Haskell (hs, lhs)
• Header (h)
HTML (html, htm, xhtml, shtml, shtm)
• IDL (idl)
• Java (java)
• JavaFX (fx)
• JavaScript (js)
• JSP (jsp)
LaTeX (tex)
• Lilypond (ly, lytex)
• Lisp (lisp, lsp)
• Logtalk (lgt, config)
• LSL (lsl)
• Lua (lua)
• Matlab (grl, mat, mex, myt)
• MetaPost (mp)
• MEL (mel, ma)
• Metaslang (sw)
• Modula-2 (m2, mod)
MySQL (sql)
• Nemerle (n)
• NEURON (hoc)
• Objective Caml (ml)
Objective-C (m, mm)
• Ox (ox, oxsrc, oxtxt, h)
Pascal (pp, pas, p)
Perl (pl, pm)
PHP (php, php3, phtml, phtm)
• PowerShell (ps1, ps1xml, psc1, psd1, psm1)
• Property Lists (plist)
• Prolog (prolog, pro)
Python (py, pyw)
• R/S-PLUS (r)
• RHTML (rhtml)
Ruby (ruby)
Scala (scala)
• SGML (sgml)
• Shell (sh, tool)
• SML (sml, ml)
• SQL (sql)
• Stata (ado, do, dta, log)
• SuperCollider (sc, scd)
• Tcl/Tk (tcl, tk)
• TorqueScript (cs)
• Udo (u, ui)
VB (vb)
• Verilog (v, vg)
• VHDL (vhdl)
XML (xml, dtd, xsd, xsl)

Note: Textastic uses syntax definition files from Fraise by Jean-François Moy – a free, powerful and lightweight editor for Mac that is based on Smultron by Peter Borg.

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