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#31 Re: PSPad extension announcement

Posted by: james.swan | Date: 2007-10-08 10:23 | IP: IP Logged

In response to the "consecutive numbering" post I have uploaded a multiple paste extension.

It pastes the selected text block a given number of times, each time on a new line and replaces any insertion markers in the text with either an incrementing number or a value from a comma delimited list.

I have tested the script, but not extensively.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2007-10-08 10:24 by james.swan.

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#32 Re: PSPad extension announcement

Posted by: grigri | Date: 2007-10-26 15:54 | IP: IP Logged

Testers wanted for new extension

Hi all, I've just written a first draft for a new (and I think handy) extension - findByCSS.

It does exactly what is says on the tin. Assuming you're in an HTML document, it allows you to specify a CSS selector and it will find all of the matching HTML elements.

It needs some testing, and a final rewrite to tidy the code up a bit. Still, it does work!

Limitations
Only works with XHTML, not HTML 4 (except empty tags which are ok). So a<img src="test">tag will be ok, but doing<ul><li>one<li>two</ul>or<p>foo<p>barwon't work.

CSS Selector Features
Handles most CSS3 selectors (more in progress).
Examples of selectors:

p > img[alt]
ul li:first-child + li
a[href$=.php]
div#sidebar li > a

Comments needed, as well as testing.

Thanks
grigri

[edit: forgot the URL!!]

FindByCSS.js

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2007-10-26 15:55 by grigri.

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#33 Re: PSPad extension announcement

Posted by: grigri | Date: 2007-11-05 13:04 | IP: IP Logged

Please, don't all reply at once! I can't keep up with the flood of messages.

*sigh* I guess I thought this was more useful than anyone else does. Back to the drawing board...

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#34 Re: PSPad extension announcement

Posted by: MrSpock | Date: 2007-11-05 13:36 | IP: IP Logged

I'd rather have the IntelliSense extension you said you were working on. winking smiley

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#35 Re: PSPad extension announcement

Posted by: grigri | Date: 2007-11-05 13:46 | IP: IP Logged

MrSpock:
I'd rather have the IntelliSense extension you said you were working on. winking smiley

touché tongue sticking out smiley

Don't you like vbr's one? It seemed to work ok to me (although not in multihlighter mode; had to switch to plain php). And it didn't hilight the current parameter in bold. Or allow for multple function definitions. Alright, alright, I'll resurrect mine.

Bear in mind though, it's got what is practically a full-blown parser/lexer built-in, and while I'm happy to write parsers/lexers for languages I use (php, js, xhtml, css, c, c++, vb, asm, pov-ray and a few others) I'm not going to write them for languages I don't use. It will be user-extensible though, of course.

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#36 Re: PSPad extension announcement

Posted by: Stefan | Date: 2007-11-05 17:49 | IP: IP Logged

Shouldn't we keep THIS thread clean for announcements only?
Post better an link to an own dedicated discussing thread for each announcement.

If you want to help then please:

1.) open an discussing thread in english forum
2.) post HERE an announcement only and link to the discussing thread

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Clean up for the older threads here:
3) copy and paste your old post from THIS threat to your new discussing thread.
4) delete your old post here or edit them to something like "please delete me"

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#37 phpStylist 1.0

Posted by: mrmilk | Date: 2007-11-23 08:49 | IP: IP Logged

Format, clean-up, beautify and standardize your php code with a comprehensive set of 34 options. A single 50Kb file that will highly improve the quality of your code. 3 operation modes: web interface, command line and PSPad integration.

Final version released.

Home Page:
sourceforge.net

Download:
sourceforge.net

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#38 Re: phpStylist 1.0

Posted by: pspad | Date: 2007-11-23 10:11 | IP: IP Logged

mrmilk:
Format, clean-up, beautify and standardize your php code with a comprehensive set of 34 options. A single 50Kb file that will highly improve the quality of your code. 3 operation modes: web interface, command line and PSPad integration.

Thank you. I granted you access to PSPad extension page (PSPad web). You can upload your extension there.

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#39 Re: phpStylist 1.0

Posted by: hankejh | Date: 2007-11-23 16:14 | IP: IP Logged

mrmilk:
Format, clean-up, beautify and standardize your php code with a comprehensive set of 34 options. A single 50Kb file that will highly improve the quality of your code. 3 operation modes: web interface, command line and PSPad integration.

Final version released.

Home Page:
sourceforge.net

Download:
sourceforge.net

Hi Marcelo,

I like this extension. One issue - I am losing the opening/closing <?php and ?> tags from my code after code is stylized. I haven't noticed any other undesired behavior.

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#40 Re: phpStylist 1.0

Posted by: mrmilk | Date: 2007-11-28 06:31 | IP: IP Logged

I have tested it and found out that it removes php tags when you select the whole code in the editor (including the tags). If you want to revamp the whole file just do not select anything. Reformatting just a portion (without tags), works ok. Anyway, I'll double check for a new release.

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