[wingide-users] Better Mako support: help?
yarkot at uchicago.edu
Mon Sep 30 13:10:20 MDT 2013
To add a little weight behind this, I'd point out that a particularly large and widely used django app (really, django conglomerate) - edX (code.edx.org) - uses mako templates. Yes, django. Yes, mako.
Research Computing Group
Biological Sciences Division
University of Chicago
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From: "Matt Feifarek" <matt.feifarek at gmail.com>
To: <wingide-users at wingware.com>
Subject: [wingide-users] Better Mako support: help?
Date: Mon, Sep 30, 2013 1:44 pm
I'm using Wing5 beta, and enjoying it so far. I've been a long-time customer of Wing; since at least 2005, and I'm happy to see continuous momentum in my favorite python IDE.
I use Mako templates, and find Wing's support for this to be rather atrocious.
Where mako files jump from one syntax to another is pretty obviously delineated, but wing seems to miss often/always. It doesn't even know comment syntax, and likes to highlight keywords in my comments in <style> declarations in html; this actually is WORSE than no syntax highlighting at all.
I'd appreciate any suggestions on how to make this work a little better.
Thanks for Wing; I hope this doesn't sound to b!tchy. I want badly to stay in one editor, and not have to bounce-out to a dumb editor for css/mako/html.
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