stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Sat Nov 28 16:50:05 CST 2009
Coda is great, and they have formatting/hinting/coloring for many of the
'top' languages. Coda was built by programmers for themselves first (like
tRev and GLX) thus has many extensible features. There is complete
instructions on how to make a plugin for one's language on the
panic.comsite. I'd love (and pay for) a plug-in for Coda to 'see' rev
Having said that, and having to 'code by hand' as they say, dancing among
the languages, I really do like BBEdit with ON-REV, still the best over-all
heavy lifting "live" text editor. Trevor Devore has made a niftly BBEDit
plugin for Rev. One can set BBEdit to automatically recognize the .irev
suffix and change the language hilighting on display. One can switch between
the language types right in the window.
I used to use the trace and debug stuff in the on-rev client. Now I just
code in little steps and use
set the errormode to inline
and that tells me 99% of the time why it failed, or a good clue, right there
in the browser.
I can launch a file both BBEdit or Coda directly by d-clicking on the
documents in my FTP client: I use Coda for its visual CSS editor and BBEdit
for live write-run-rewrite cycles with scripts. Really fast, the REV way. If
any handler gets a little too complicated, I can always make a local stack
and test with that, then pop the code back in.
2009/11/28 Ralf Bitter <rabit at dimensionb.de>
> I don't know any WYSIWYG editor, which can be used to
> build revTalk web pages. So, the workflow is a bit tedious.
> Something like Coda for irev would be nice.
> For HTML I use a poor man's TextMate called Smultron,
> and for CSS I use CSSEdit and the invaluable YAML framework.
> On 28.11.2009, at 16:14, Jim Bufalini wrote:
> > Ralf,
> >> sorry no, revIgniter is definitely not a
> >> replacement for CM systems, though it is
> >> a tool you can use to build your own with,
> >> fitting your needs.
> >> I myself am dreaming of a CMS built with
> >> revTalk, as it seems, that there is no CMS, which
> >> is in line with my ideas .
> > CMS aside, is there any revIgniter language and formatting aware text
> > editors available, or did you just use a plain text editor? Along these
> > lines, are you aware of any WYSIWYG web page editors that work well with
> > revIgniter and integrating with standard html at the individual page
> > Nice job, BTW!
> > Aloha from Hawaii,
> > Jim Bufalini
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