Infusion wrapper for CodeMirror
tony at raisingthefloor.org
Tue Sep 8 13:48:06 UTC 2015
Thanks very much for this, Colin. I was so inspired by your example that I
created a Fluid sandbox (to be debuted shortly) using your component.
One thing I discovered is that Code Mirror 5.4.0 does not safely let you
work with mixed mode HTML editors and linting. 5.6.0 includes HTML
I will demonstrate this all shortly once Antranig helps me tidy up the
default options for the sandbox.... ;)
On Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 7:00 PM, Clark, Colin <cclark at ocadu.ca> wrote:
> Hi all,
> For the past year or so, I’ve been maintaining a little module that
> consists of an Infusion component wrapper for the CodeMirror code editor (
> https://codemirror.net/). It was originally written by Antranig quite a
> while ago for a personal project, and I added some features, fixed a few
> bugs, and packaged it up for Bower and npm. It’s quite a useful way to
> integrate CodeMirror into Infusion-based applications using only a few
> lines of configuration. I’m using it extensively in Flocking.
> I’d like to contribute it to the Fluid Project Github organization. It
> will need a few tweaks (addition of the appropriate licenses and some unit
> tests), which I am willing to do prior to contribution.
> Any reason not to go ahead?
> Colin Clark
> Lead Software Architect,
> Inclusive Design Research Centre, OCAD University
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