|Subject:||Re: "Adobe Brackets like" editing in emacs|
|Date:||Wed, 19 Mar 2014 16:24:11 +0100|
Hmm, njah, are u sure?
In case of webb languages, for example there are usually declarations and link-types in header, or is definition itself in the file btween <scrypt> or <style>
Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2014 16:03:34 +0100To: address@hidden
Subject: Re: "Adobe Brackets like" editing in emacs
CC: address@hidden; address@hidden; address@hidden; address@hiddenOn Wed, Mar 19, 2014 at 3:01 PM, Ivan Andrus <address@hidden> wrote:
On Mar 18, 2014, at 10:18 PM, Stephen J. Turnbull <address@hidden> wrote:I haven’t used it, but I think it grabs _all_ relevant styles. Gathering them from across several files, and putting them in a single editable place.
>> For example while editing html, if one clicks on an element, code
>> for css-style property for that element is displayed direclty below
>> under the lineof the code for that tag and one can edit that
>> particular piece of css.
> Which CSS property? The "C" in CSS stands for "cascading". That is,
> there may be a style attribute on the current element, there may be a
> style element in the document, and there may be multiple rel=style
> links in the document, any of which might be what you're editing. Or
> you might actually be creating a style attribute on the element.
Is not that a very difficult part? It requires tight integration with the webbrowser (or a framework within Emacs for CSS+HTML).
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