Dear Sublime team,
I am a frequent user of sublime, and I have noticed that every time I download Sublime on a new computer, I have to go into package control to enable Fortran syntax highlighting. I find this extremely unfair, especially considering that Sublime supports syntax highlighting for many other programming languages by default.
Fortran is a language that has been around for over six decades and is still widely used in many scientific and engineering applications. In fact, many of the world’s leading scientists and researchers who have won Nobel Prizes in physics, chemistry, and other fields have used Fortran to develop their groundbreaking discoveries. For example, John Bardeen, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics twice, used Fortran to develop the first transistor at Bell Labs in the 1940s. However, it is disappointing that Sublime does not provide default support for Fortran syntax highlighting, which makes it difficult for users to get started with this language.
As a loyal user of Sublime, I would like to request that you consider enabling Fortran syntax highlighting by default in your editor.