facelessuser wrote:Anyways, input would be nice so I can decide whether to try and get this pulled.
dribble wrote:facelessuser wrote:Anyways, input would be nice so I can decide whether to try and get this pulled.
I really like what you've done here, while my code is to my specs it doesn't necessarily translate to the libraries I use.
Have you implemented keybindings to flip between 'traditional' and 'minimalistic' modes? I think that would be valuable.
facelessuser wrote:I have been using SublimeLinter for quite a while, and I am a big fan.
But sometimes when I am looking at other peoples code, it is quite painful if the person does not follow my exact ruleset.
I am not picking on this code at all; everyone codes different.
facelessuser wrote:@viisual, it is an old version I believe. I am not at all picking on your code, trust me.
No hard feeling hopefully. I think your plugin is pretty cool, I wouldn't have had it on my computer to use if I didn't like it .
bizoo wrote:Just to start discussion:
Gutter icons are nice, but too many gutter icons is... too much.
IMHO, when there is so many gutter icons like the print screen of low profile linting mode, it become almost useless.
bizoo wrote:Same for BracketHighlighter, I first liked the idea but now find it counter productive.
Add to the equation that only one gutter icon could be displayed per line, and it become a mess when used by more than one plugin.
But I like the idea of low profile mode for linter
facelessuser wrote:What I am most interested in is getting the linter out of the way to let me code, but still alerting me. So what about this: Remove the outline in low profile mode and show a permanent lint status in the status bar like: SublimeLinter: 24 issues. The underlines could possibly remain.
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