I've noticed a while ago that you use a
applyEndPatternLast key by implied syntax and suddenly became curious.
I was unable to find any documentation on this setting on the textmate docs, so by the name I assumed it would search for the end pattern first and then apply the patterns list only within the previously matched begin and end matches.
I tried that in Sublime Text but it doesn't appear to work (I tested it with https://github.com/SublimeTextIssues/DefaultPackages/issues/30). I also tested by adding
\' inside the string, but it was matched by the escape sequence include and not by the
(')|(\n) end pattern.
So, what does it actually do? What I assumed? Or does Sublime Text just not interpret it correctly?
ST did fail to load the syntax def when I first set this to a string (