[TxMt] [REVIEW] JavaScript

Alexey Blinov nilcolor at gmail.com
Sat Dec 29 20:24:45 UTC 2007


Thomas, can you give me an idea how to get bundles from BundleForge repos?
"Official" "Review" etc...

On Dec 6, 2007 1:03 AM, Thomas Aylott - subtleGradient <
textmate at subtlegradient.com> wrote:

> I just added three bundles to Review.
>        JavaScript, MooTools & Prototype
> The major change is that I moved all the bracketed and whitespace
> scopes out of "prototype bracketed" into "javascript base".
> There are now two core Javascript languages. "Javascript" and
> "Javascript Basic"
>        When opening a Javascript file, you'll want to use "Javascript".
>        When you use a language like HTML, it'll automatically include
> "javascript basic" as embedded source where necessary.
>        "Javascript basic" is mostly just a modified version of the current
> Javascript language. It should be pared down a bit more still.
> The MooTools bundle contains a completely new language syntax.
>        It also includes the classic mootools language by Joe Maller as
> "MooTools 1.1"
>        It's pretty basic at the moment, but I have plans for upgrading it
> and adding context sensitive codecompletion.
> The Review Prototype bundle is NOT upgraded for the latest version of
> prototype.
>        All it is is a compatibility upgrade to support the new javascript
> core languages.
> Those few of you who care, please let me know what I need to do before
> I can replace the core bundles with these guys.
> —Thomas Aylott – subtleGradient—
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