From:  Andy Sterland <Andy.Sterland@microsoft.com>
Date:  14 Feb 2015 08:00:37 Hong Kong Time
Newsgroup:  news.mozilla.org/mozilla.dev.js-sourcemap
Subject:  

RE: Are there known editors/IDEs that use source maps for HTML?

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For testing a map I use Ron's visualizer (https://github.com/rbuckton/sourcemap-visualizer) it produces an awesome interactive visualization of the source map. 

The readme is a bit light :| but to use it:

Set it up
1) Clone the repo
2) npm install
3) npm install -g jake (if not already)
4) Jake

Use it (from the bin folder):
1) node sourcemap 
e.g.:
node .\sourcemap .\cli.js.map 
Produces a html file (cli.js.map.html) that looks something like:
http://imgur.com/YAQJqY5 

-Andy




-----Original Message-----
From: dev-js-sourcemap [mailto:dev-js-sourcemap-bounces+andster=microsoft.com@lists.mozilla.org] On Behalf Of Brian Sturgill
Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2015 12:10 PM
To: dev-js-sourcemap@lists.mozilla.org
Subject: Are there known editors/IDEs that use source maps for HTML?

My understanding is that it is intended that this be used for HTML and CSS as well as JavaScript and I know of a few places that use it for CSS.

I am making a preprocessor for HTML and would like to test my maps with a program that knows how to use them.

Thanks!

-- 

Brian
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