Dreamweaver Extension & Jext Module (was: Re: [ic] checkout expiration date problems)
Wed, 28 Feb 2001 16:29:01 -0500 (EST)
I'm in the process of making the XML edit mode for jEdit
(jedit.sourceforge.net), which should work in Jext as Jext lifted Jedit's
highlighting code... If I get it somewhat usable, I'll release it.
Quoting Dan B <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> At 09:14 AM 2/28/2001 -0500, you wrote:
> > > > Mike, what is the status of the Dreamweaver module to deal with IC
> > > > that was discussed a while back? Ron Phipps thought that someone
> > > > Akopia was working on them (in msg00282).
> >I know Dreamweaver pretty well, but very new to Interchange. What kind
> >tags need to be supported in Dreamweaver?
> I wouldn't say any tags *need* to be supported, but it sure would be
> nice. By supported, I mean color-coding and formatting (much like HTML
> color-coded and formatted now). Would anyone be willing to volunteer to
> develop this?
> In a related vein, the lead developer of Jext (http://www.jext.org),
> Guy, graciously volunteered to write a module to parse/colorize/format
> interchange tags after I asked him about it. I'm not sure when he'll be
> done with it though.
> FYI, Jext is a powerful 100% pure Java programmer's text editor. Mainly
> written for programmers, Jext was designed from the ground up to suit
> needs. From beginner to skilled coder, everyone should find what they
> in this editor. Jext is a lightweight, yet fully featured, software
> will help you in almost any circumstance as it provides an open
> architecture and a lot of many different possibilities to manipulate
> of any kind: source code, letters, etc..
> (It's better than vi OR emacs).
> Mike wrote:
> >No status. I was the one thinking about working on it, but no
> >so far (other than buying the PowerMac G4). I wouldn't want anyone to
> >hold their breath, priorities are pushing it aside.
> If you can get a G4 for a single project, then you probably leap
> in a single bound. :-) Man, and I thought my 4-way IDE-RAID subsystem,
> with a P-3 800 and 384mb ram was a big dev desktop. Do you develop on
> S/390's? Or are they just your staging area and the production
> is a Cray Supercomputer?
> Dan Browning, Cyclone Computer Systems, email@example.com
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