on-rev and coda
stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Tue Feb 23 22:47:24 CST 2010
Cool - that would be it... I looked very carefully before and didn't see
It might not be totally up to date on all the terms (2005), but it's
probably a better starting point than mine.
On 23 February 2010 20:36, Igor de Oliveira Couto <igor at pixelmedia.com.au>wrote:
> On 24/02/2010, at 10:57 AM, stephen barncard wrote:
> > the problem is that for it to be recognized, there is a mode document,
> > plugin, whatever that some basic xml - I've got the colors thing worked
> > but the irev suffix give problems and still isn't associated with rev.
> > the whole specs are the *SubEthaEdit *site, which is the editor that is
> > embedded in Coda....
> > http://www.codingmonkeys.de/subethaedit/modes.html
> > I started with looking at mode for other languages, plus there's a
> > API.
> > I would like to make a better one than I have now - I think it might take
> > couple of days... or one day with two coders.
> If you look carefully at the list of available 'modes', there is one close
> to the bottom called "Xtalk/Transcript", made by Christian Langers.
> "Transcript", I believe, is what the Revolution language used to be called,
> before it became simply 'Revolution'. Have you tried using this?
> Even if there are alterations that need to be done to the syntax file,
> perhaps this will already give you a good starting point!
> > Coda is what the On-Rev editor should strive to be.
> If I could just have the on-rev debugger in Coda, I'd be happy! :)
> Igor de Oliveira Couto
> Sydney, Australia
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