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  • #2728

    taumel
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    This would be cool. I would appreciate a package which works like a breeze, also together with a few really helpful features and can build and run right from Sublime, on OS X too. I’m confident that  ted2 will be enhanced in the future but i have no idea when this will happen and how it will be like then. Even when it will be ‘completed’, quite some people are used to Sublime from all the other languages and dev also for it,  so it will stay an option. I think it’s worth the time you need to invest into it. A well working dev editor is worth a lot, as it can speed up dev dramatically and make dev more fun and creative as well.

    #3109

    wiebow
    Participant

    I just added the new modules to the language file. zipfile,sjonify,mojox,audio.

    https://github.com/mutatedmonkey/sublimetext3

    edit: I also added a few simple build tools for Windows and Linux.

    #3150

    wiebow
    Participant

    Added IF blocks to the definitions. Single line IF statements must be closed with a THEN.  AFAIK, this is the only way to make this work.

    #3317

    wiebow
    Participant

    I’m looking at implementing a linter for ST3. Which one do you think is the right one to go with? jslint?  I’m new to this. 🙂

    #3329

    taumel
    Spectator

    Hi, and thanks. Hmmm i enjoy the moments when m2 allows me to be short and precise (with IFs, ENDs and stuff, even more as other parts aspects force you to write some more). Maybe C# withouht {}; plus some Pyhton and … would be the perfect mix for me, anyway i’m drifting away. Would be even greater if it could work without THEN. ;O)

    I had this in mind:
    https://packagecontrol.io/installation
    http://sublimelinter.readthedocs.io/en/latest/installation.html
    https://github.com/SublimeLinter/SublimeLinter-jshint
    https://github.com/Monnoroch/ColorHighlighter

    #3333

    wiebow
    Participant

    Now I have the If block defined, you can end it with END. No need for Endif anymore; End/Endif/Then now end an If block.  So it’s a 50/50 solution.

    Is jshint already working with monkey2?  I have NO idea how it works. :/  tbh: I was not planning on looking at a linter… Can’t be bothered really.  If you can make it work then I will add it to the repository.

    #3361

    taumel
    Spectator

    Due to your earlier post i thought you were interested in implementing one. Anyway you might want to give the links i did post a try. If you have problems with the installation, there should be videos on how-to-install/what’s it all about on youtube.

    Maybe Mark, when fixing bugs and enhancing ted2, finds some of these features (like the color thing) interesting for ted2 too.

    #3362

    wiebow
    Participant

    I’ll put this on the backburner, sorry, as I personally do not need/want this and I’ve given it some thought about what to fill my not so available free time.  So please don’t expect this from me in the near future.

    #3363

    taumel
    Spectator

    No problem.

    #3685

    wiebow
    Participant

    Updated this to reflect the recent release.

    #7871

    Hezkore
    Participant

    Did you stop work on this?

    #7887

    wiebow
    Participant

    Hi. Yes, I have not touched M2 for several months now. It is available on Github so feel free to fork and modify.

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