Re: [Zope] Python editor in zope?

2005-09-05 Thread Chris Withers

Sean Dunn wrote:

I'm new to Zope, and am getting tired of using textarea's to edit my
Python/[HD]TML code. My space-bar thumb is starting to get an unnatural
twitch, from hitting it multiple times at the beginning of every line of
code. :-) 


My advice, if you're on Windows, would be to use any editor of your 
liking (emacs is mine ;-) via WebDrive using WebDAV to get to your Zope 
server...


cheers,

Chris

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Re: [Zope] Python editor in zope?

2005-09-03 Thread Jonathan Cyr




Two Cents,

I use HomeSite 5.5 with my zope daily... although it's not suited
directly for python, it works great for DTML, HTML, CSS, and even the
python scripts. One warning, Zope refuses the save through FTP of a
non-well-formed DTML file, and Zope's built in Python debugger for
Python Scripts is ignored on FTP saves from Homesite.

But the save to FTP aspect, works great with disparate files in the
Zope ZODB.

You probably could use any editor you'd like with a tool like WebDrive,
a FTP through Drive letter utility.

-Jon
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Sean Dunn wrote:

  
  
  
  
  Im new to Zope, and am
getting tired of using
textareas to edit my Python/[HD]TML code. My space-bar thumb is
starting
to get an unnatural twitch, from hitting it multiple times at the
beginning of every
line of code. J 
  
  Ive installed TinyMCE
and Epoz, and theyre
both great for documents.. But theyre both useless for writing code.
Instead of writing my own skin for TinyMCE (and reinventing the wheel),
are
there any pure _javascript_/CSS code editors that can do search/replace,
block
indents, and (this would be amazing) Python syntax highlighting?
  
  Thanks,
  Sean
  
  
  

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Re: [Zope] Python editor in zope?

2005-09-02 Thread Paul Winkler
 ... there any pure
 JavaScript/CSS code editors that can do search/replace, block indents,
 and (this would be amazing) Python syntax highlighting?

I don't know about that, but have you tried using ExternalEditor?

-PW


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Re: [Zope] Python editor in zope?

2005-09-02 Thread Ricardo Alves

Sean Dunn wrote:
I’m new to Zope, and am getting tired of using textarea’s to edit my 
Python/[HD]TML code. My space-bar thumb is starting to get an unnatural 
twitch, from hitting it multiple times at the beginning of every line of 
code. J


 

I’ve installed TinyMCE and Epoz, and they’re both great for documents.. 
But they’re both useless for writing code. Instead of writing my own 
skin for TinyMCE (and reinventing the wheel), are there any pure 
JavaScript/CSS code editors that can do search/replace, block indents, 
and (this would be amazing) Python syntax highlighting?




Hi,

If you're getting tired of through-the-web development, probably its 
time to start developing your own zope products, on the filesystem.



regards,

Ricardo
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RE: [Zope] Python editor in zope?

2005-09-02 Thread Sean Dunn
I've tried the ExternalEditor feature, and after a couple sessions I get
an error that says it can no longer find the process. This is from
Firefox. But even if that did work for me, I'd never use it since I'm
often working on different platforms in different locations, so it's not
guaranteed that I'll have a good external editor at any given point. 

And to reply to Ricardo's post that just came in, I like through-the-web
development.. It's really convenient. Having a web-based sandbox to work
in is actually one of the reasons I'm using Zope instead of some LAMPish
system. Sorry if I seemed like I was complaining about Zope -- I think
it's great. 

Thanks for your replies,
Sean

-Original Message-
From: Paul Winkler [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Friday, September 02, 2005 9:36 AM
To: Sean Dunn
Cc: zope@zope.org
Subject: Re: [Zope] Python editor in zope?

 ... there any pure
 JavaScript/CSS code editors that can do search/replace, block indents,
 and (this would be amazing) Python syntax highlighting?

I don't know about that, but have you tried using ExternalEditor?

-PW



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Re: [Zope] Python editor in zope?

2005-09-02 Thread Peter Bengtsson
How about the best of two worlds? Filesystem based product (emacs, vi,
wing) sometimes and through-the-web editing with a textarea sometimes:
CheckoutableTemplates
http://www.issuetrackerproduct.com/Documentation#checkoutabletemplates

On 9/2/05, Sean Dunn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I've tried the ExternalEditor feature, and after a couple sessions I get
 an error that says it can no longer find the process. This is from
 Firefox. But even if that did work for me, I'd never use it since I'm
 often working on different platforms in different locations, so it's not
 guaranteed that I'll have a good external editor at any given point.
 
 And to reply to Ricardo's post that just came in, I like through-the-web
 development.. It's really convenient. Having a web-based sandbox to work
 in is actually one of the reasons I'm using Zope instead of some LAMPish
 system. Sorry if I seemed like I was complaining about Zope -- I think
 it's great.
 
 Thanks for your replies,
 Sean
 
 -Original Message-
 From: Paul Winkler [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Sent: Friday, September 02, 2005 9:36 AM
 To: Sean Dunn
 Cc: zope@zope.org
 Subject: Re: [Zope] Python editor in zope?
 
  ... there any pure
  JavaScript/CSS code editors that can do search/replace, block indents,
  and (this would be amazing) Python syntax highlighting?
 
 I don't know about that, but have you tried using ExternalEditor?
 
 -PW
 
 
 
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Re: [Zope] Python editor in zope?

2005-09-02 Thread Dieter Maurer
Sean Dunn wrote at 2005-9-2 09:27 -0500:
I'm new to Zope, and am getting tired of using textarea's to edit my
Python/[HD]TML code. My space-bar thumb is starting to get an unnatural
twitch, from hitting it multiple times at the beginning of every line of
code. :-) 

Your options are almost uncountable :-)

  *  ExternalEditor

  *  use an editor of your choice which is able to edit
 via either FTP or WebDAV (e.g. [X]Emacs, vi, HomeSite,
 DreamWeaver, ColdFusion Studio, ...)

  *  mount your Zope via FTP/WebDAV into your local system
 and use the editor of your choice

  *  let Zope use file system objects (e.g. via Filesystem Directory View)


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