#866 Superabbrevs 2.0

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2012-12-15
2012-11-28
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Hello, I have the dependency on 4.5, but in fact if you don't validate on 4.5 but 5.0 it is not a problem for me
thanks

{{{ SuperAbbrevs 2.0
Source: https://jedit.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/jedit/plugins/SuperAbbrevs/tags/SuperAbbrevs-2.0.0
Announcement: -Zencoding feature (Matthieu Casanova)
-new php abbreviations (patch #3515099, Jojaba)
-new css abbreviations (patch #3514977, Jojaba)
-new html abbreviations (patch #3514975, Jojaba)
-new javascript abbreviations (Jojaba)

Requires Java 1.6
Requires jEdit 04.05.99.00

Short Description: This plugin enables you to tab-expand an abbreviation with variables in it. After the abbreviation is expanded, you can use the tab-key to jump between the variables. If you change the content of a variable in the abbreviation, all the variables with the same name will change accordingly. This concept is previously know from Eclipse and TextMate.

Long Description: <p> This plugin enables you to <i>tab</i>-expand an abbreviation with variables
in it. After the abbreviation is expanded, you can use the <i>tab</i>-key to
jump between the variables. If you change the content of a variable in the
abbreviation, all the variables with the same name will change accordingly. It
is also possible to make variables that change their content depending on the
content of another variable. The user can define abbreviations for each
mode supported by jEdit in the SuperAbbrevs option-pane.
</p>

<p>
This concept is previously know from <a
href="http://www.eclipse.org/">Eclipse</a> and <a
href="http://www.macromates.com/">TextMate</a>.
</p>
<p>Additionally, it provides another abbreviation engine called Zen Coding.
This abbreviation syntax, based on css code writing, will expand using the same <i>tab</i> key.
</p>
}}}

Discussion

  • Townsfolk

    Townsfolk - 2012-12-15

    Tested with jEdit 4.5.2

     
  • Townsfolk

    Townsfolk - 2012-12-15

    Released to Plugin Central.

     
  • Townsfolk

    Townsfolk - 2012-12-15
    • assigned_to: nobody --> elberry
    • status: open --> closed
     

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