Which file types are supported?

A list of supported programming and markup languages.

Supported file types

Textastic 3.1 has syntax highlighting support for the following plain text file types:

• ActionScript
• Active4D
• Ada
• Apache (conf, htaccess)
• AppleScript
• ASP, ASP vb.NET
• BibTeX
• C
• C#
• C++
• CoffeeScript
• ColdFusion
• CSS
• CSV
• D
• Diff
• DokuWiki
• Dylan
• Eiffel
• Erlang
• Fortran
• Grails Server Page
• Groovy
• Haskell
• HTML (various variants)
• Ini
• Java
• Java properties
• Java Server Page
• JavaScript
• JSON
• LaTeX
• LilyPond
• Lisp
• LiveCode
• Logo
• Linden Scripting Language (LSL)
• Lua
• Mail
• Makefile
• Markdown
• MATLAB
• Mediawiki
• MEL
• MIPS Assembler
• Modula-3
• MulitMarkdown
• Nemerle
• Objective-C
• Objective-C++
• OCaml
• Octave
• Pascal
• Perl
• PHP
• PowerShell
• Prolog
• Property List
• Python
• R
• Regular Expressions
• RJS
• Ruby
• Ruby Haml
• Ruby on Rails
• Scala
• Scheme
• Shell Script
• SQL
• SSH Config
• Stata
• Strings File
• TCL
• TeX
• Textile
• TSV
• Verilog
• VHDL
• XML
• XSL
• YAML

Note: Textastic uses syntax definitions and themes from TextMate. You can also add your own syntax definitions and themes.

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