sublimator wrote:Live Preview
Below is a link to a little screencast showcasing (almost) Live Markdown
What you mean by `live error checking` of PHP? Something like pushing the buffer through to a PHP interpreter `as you type`?
Or do you mean use the onModified event handler to do some other `as you type` checking.
I'm not really clued up about PHP but I'm sure something could be done.
Python's built-in "re" module provides excellent support for regular expressions, with a modern and complete regex flavor. The only significant features missing from Python's regex syntax are atomic grouping, possessive quantifiers and Unicode properties.
tgkeul wrote:Impressive screencast - but much too big for my screen. Even using fullscreen I had to scroll or reduce the size of the screencast. With first I missed the input pane. With latter I couldn't read the text anymore.
Please think about reducing the size to fit in a browser tab of a 17" monitor (1280 x 1024) or of a netbook . I'm sure this will increase the value of your screencasts for marketing.
sublimator wrote:Here's a screen cast showing the BundleDevelopment extractSnippet command.
It's about 10 minutes and unedited and I fuck up a lot but it shows some cool capabilities of Sublimes extensibility.
Enjoy! If you get the package and it helps you make some cool snippets please post them for us all to share.
Here's another one showing the remote edit plugin/package. I use this all the time for my web workings.
EJ12N wrote:Ok this is going to be the (un)"official" Sublime Text (Marketing?) series of tips and screencast that will show users around the world why they need sublime text editor
For now I am kind of busy but I have a lot of stuff coming to show what sublime text is capable of once you get intimate with it
Here's a sneak peak for (new) users of what sublime is capable of!
(WATCH IN FULLSCREEN)
Basic HTML tags completion and Snippets
And this is just the tip of the iceberg
P.S.: I would like to thanks sublimator, stevecooperorg and of course the creator of the beloved editor jps (Jon).
I have learned a lot from their plugins, and posts in forums, so credit where is due!
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