Not a problem... a) the more traffic to spyce the better, and b) the site
is run by sourceforge, and they have sufficient bandwidth resources. So,
yes, go ahead.
We need to make a community type site for spyce. It doesn't even have to
be very fancy. The "community" is what's important.
All the best,
On Sat, 25 Jan 2003, Marius Scurtescu wrote:
>That was fast!
>Thanks for putting the file up on your site.
>Unfortunately I don't know anybody using Emacs.
>Do you mind if I add an entry to the jEdit Community web site
>(http://community.jedit.org/) for the Spyce syntax file such that the
>download link points to your site? This is the way their download section
>works, they have just pointers to other sites. I don't expect too much
>traffic because of this. Please let me know.
>Rimon Barr wrote:
>> Hi Marius,
>> Fantastic. Thank you for taking the time to write the syntax file for
>> jEdit. I'm sure that, with time, someone will add support for spyce
>> lambdas. I have placed your file online, in the contributions section:
>> As a related aside... Does anyone know how to make emacs syntax files?
>> I'm on the vi side of things, so I've done my part. However, it would be
>> nice to support all the popular editors.
>> All the best,
>> On Sat, 25 Jan 2003, Marius Scurtescu wrote:
>>>I am using Spyce to prototype a web site and I have to tell you that I am
>>>impressed with it. This is really great work!
>>>Today I quickly created a jEdit mode for Spyce. This is my first shot at
>>>an editing mode and I did not spend too much time on it. The Spyce lambda
>>>syntax is not covered. I used jEdit 4.1pre8 and it is based on the JSP
>>>Feel free to modify it or pass it around as you see fit.