On Sun, 24 Feb 2008, Vahis wrote:-
>On 2008-02-24, David Bolt wrote:
>I can see it now when it's put in front of me on a plate
I've lost count of the number of times I've done that.
>Believe it or not but I had my eyes on that line for a while already.
>I was sure it has to be the one.
>I just couldn't figure it out what to do with it.
First thing I spotted was the missing
|, then I noticed the .|
That's when I figured out what had caused it.
>> That was caused, in part, by Quanta trying to fix an error I made, but
>> mostly by me not noticing its correction. The reason for the
>> tags was because I had thought about creating a similar page to the
>> directors, and releases, for the awards. I added the code to add the
>> links, then changed my mind. Instead of stripping out the
>> snippet, I deleted the wrong bits and Quanta did its best to fix it.
>I've been using only Kate and Vim in these exercises.
Not keen on vim. I can use it for basic text editing but I much prefer
nano to it. Heck, I even prefer emacs to vim. Now, I'm not entirely sure
about this but I have a feeling the editor in Quanta is either based
upon kate or kwrite. The reasoning is that all three share the same
syntax highlighting and, as far as I know, kwrite is a cut-down version
>I must have a look at Quanta, it's mentioned often as a good editor.
You'll find it in the kdewebdev3 package, along with a few other useful
packages. From the package description:
* Quanta--an HTML editor (native source and WYSIWIG) with lots of
features, like a PHP debugger
* KLinkStatus--validator for links on HTML pages
* KImageMapEditor--an HTML image map editor
* KXsldbg--XSLT debugger
* KFileReplace--batch search and replace tool
I like it for two reasons. The first is the syntax highlighting, and the
other is the handy tool-tip feature for the mysql commands when writing
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Re: openOffice Php MySQL
David Bolt wrote:
> Not keen on vim. I can use it for basic text editing but I much prefer
> nano to it. Heck, I even prefer emacs to vim. Now, I'm not entirely sure
> about this but I have a feeling the editor in Quanta is either based
> upon kate or kwrite. The reasoning is that all three share the same
> syntax highlighting and, as far as I know, kwrite is a cut-down version
> of kate.
I can understand that vim might look like a horror (although not as bad
as emacs) but it has its advanatages. You just need to install ~/.vimrc.
There are several ones available.
One neat trick I just learned was ` = G`. It neatly indents the
HTML files. :-D
> I like it for two reasons. The first is the syntax highlighting, and the
> other is the handy tool-tip feature for the mysql commands when writing
> php scripts.
The first I have with vim as well. I also use bluefish and notepad++ and
nvu. The latter is interesting if you work on both Windows and Linux,
because it is available on both.
The whole principle [of censorship] is wrong. It's like demanding that
grown men live on skim milk because the baby can't have steak.
-- Robert A. Heinlein in "The Man Who Sold the Moon"