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Re: additional functionality for html-helper-mode

From: Emanuel Berg
Subject: Re: additional functionality for html-helper-mode
Date: Wed, 24 May 2017 21:27:30 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.5 (gnu/linux)

ken <address@hidden> writes:

>>> Would it be possible to integrate that
>>> functionality into html-helper-mode so that
>>> chapters could be selectively collapsed or
>>> expanded? For example, I might have: I use the
>>> built-in `html-mode' for my primitive or
>>> 90s-looking pages and as for editing I never had
>>> any problems or felt the need to do code fold, but
>>> some people who do HTML insist web-mode.el is much
>>> better and there code folding is available
>>> probably exactly as you describe it:
> Thanks for the suggestion, but I didn't want to have to
> learn a new editor.

A new editor? Sweet heaven, no! Here is what it says
on the web site:

    web-mode.el is an autonomous emacs major-mode for
    editing web templates. HTML documents can embed
    parts (CSS/JavaScript) and blocks (client/server

Does "autonomous" mean it is implemented as
a standalone editor? What kind of "Emacs mode" is

> Though it's off-topic, I would add that I use
> html-helper-mode to edit quite sophisticated web
> pages which aren't '90s-looking at all, but which
> incorporate web 2.0 features and CSS

Well, you are allowed to use CSS...

> and columns, graphics, and much more. Of course
> I wouldn't write an entire CMS with
> html-helper-mode, but then I wouldn't attempt it in
> any emacs mode; it would be much more sensible to
> use Joomla, Wordpress or Drupal...

...but not that :)

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