Okay so, we all know that a
.html file binds to the HTML format, the editor provides color highlighting, indentation for pressing enter and so forth, the same goes for
.js files. However, let’s say we have a file with the extension of
.uwu. Odd file extension you say? You’d be correct, but I don’t care, deal with it. The file has no formatting, no indentation, that’s fine I guess, but let’s they these are HTML template files, That’d be pretty annoying to write HTML in a file that has no care for it’s contents. Someone, possibily me would have trouble creating their beautiful (slight bias) website, wouldn’t they?
All foolishness aside, my problem is that I want to be able to declare a file content type. That’s it, nothing more nothing less, even if it’s a settings file with
*.uwu=*.html for declaration that’d be absolutely lovely!