From:  Amit Yaron <amit@phpandmore.net>
Date:  11 May 2019 15:14:15 Hong Kong Time
Newsgroup:  news.mozilla.org/mozilla.dev.apps.thunderbird
Subject:  

Re: Any good Editor?

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A template can be easily created by a script/
Is there any editor that can auto-complete Javascript and check XML 
validity?
(something I can easily find in the FreeBSD port list)


On 10.5.2019 19:49, dillinger wrote:
> On 5/10/19 12:00 PM, Amit Yaron wrote:
>> On 10.5.2019 12:45, ishikawa wrote:
>>> On 2019年05月10日 16:15, Amit Yaron wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> Do you know any good editor to edit TB extensions?
>>>
>>> Do you mean an editor that allows us to edit XUL comfortably (i.e., 
>>> without
>>> messing up "<" ">" matches and other syntactic elements.)?
>>>
>>> I use Emacs as a plain text editor and it can cope with many 
>>> languages but
>>> unfortunately
>>> XUL is something it cannot cope with very well (at least parenthesis are
>>> matched on the fly, but XUL
>>> is a fragile combination of XML-like structure with JavaScript thrown 
>>> in as
>>> part of ordinary text.).
>>>
>>> I have no idea if XUL will stay on forever for TB: if so, someone 
>>> might want
>>> to create a serious XUL-mode for Emacs.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>> Thanks,
>> I think an IDE that can automatically create sub-directories and 
>> skeletons will be great.
>>
> 
> You're looking for a template then, aren't you?
>