Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Css Language Support Update

I'm here at the KDevelop/Kate/Okteta sprint here in Berlin. Having a great time here :D
One thing I made progress on is Css Language Support, it is now supported in style elements embedded in html. Additionally outline navigation works now as expected:


Code completion still works ofcourse:

It's now in a pretty usable state, so you might want to try it.

16 comments:

  1. You are my heroes

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  2. thank you for this :)

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  3. COOOOOL....1 or 2 micro enhancement, js support a stable release and kdevelop will be peeerfect!!!

    THANKS a LOT! for your awesome work

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  4. Whwoowooo! :D

    KDevelop is really shaping up to a great IDE :) First C++ support, then PHP autocompletion, debugger, and now good CSS completion :D

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  5. Does this deal well with php-assisted css (i.e. the file is included as a css file but is first parsed on the server as php).

    I usually name files included like this name.primaryformat.php

    eg

    graphics.html.php

    or

    style.css.php

    Currently I find the html is parsed in a php file but not the css.

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  6. @maninalift:
    It pases files with text/css or text/html mime type. If you configure your system to give style.css.php that mimetype it should work.

    Other than that I'd suggest using something like mod_rewrite to get your css files processed by php without having to change the extension. (at least that is what I usually do)

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  8. Hi,

    Thank You, it will be usefull for every Web Development Firm. keep on sharing.

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  9. Deseo que Quanta4 sea rápido soportado por kdewelop, sería fantastico

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  10. You are absolutely right. I would love to try it and I am going to try it for sure. Thanks for the share dear.

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  11. Hi,
    kdevelop was moving to gitorious. Can you tell me where I can find the plugin now?

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  12. it got imported into quanta, you find that on gitorious as well.

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  13. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and for providing illustrations of your work using CSS language support. Keep it up!

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  14. Thank you for sharing this. This is exactly what I was looking for.

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