Github “speaks” WDL

Posted by KateVoss on 17 Oct 2017 (0)


WDL is now an official GitHub language! This will make developing WDL even easier as you can read, write, and review pipelines on Github with beautiful syntax highlighting.

Check it out in a Broad Production pipeline WDL:

We also have syntax highlighting for authoring your WDLs in Sublime and vim, and full IDE support in all JetBrains IDEs (such as IntelliJ, pyCharm, CLion, etc).



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