Currently I’m a bit busy with work (and soon: holiday) – but then I’ll continue with some new features for the Safari Pinboard extension and Coda PHP & Web plugin:
Safari Pinboard extension
The most annoying bug (Can’t save tabsets) is fixed now, another strange candidate is still open: When adding a link the title of the previous page is used.. Happens currently only for one user but since this bug is completely improbable I really want to know if someone encounters similar problems. If so, please comment here.
Safari 5.1 has some new features for extension – you can open a
popover window (on a button) now and do something else, which I seem to have forgotten. Nothing revolutionary, so I really have to think if it’s worth integrating these features – by having to maintain a fallback solution for Safari 5.0 users..
The next step will be to integrate more of the Pinboard API. This might include features like: Auto-tagging (applying always a given tag or according to a rule for new bookmarks), showing unread items in a Safari menu instead of opening the pinboard website, improving the search feature, doing more with tags etc.
Coda PHP plugin
There are two nice tools which might be worth integrating: PHP beautifier and CSS Lint. I’ll look if and how these tools make sense as addition/replacement for the currently used tools.
But more interesting is this question: What about Coda 2? Maybe the next version already includes PHP/HTML/CSS validation (Okay – HTML validation is somehow included in the current version, but it works only very limited..). So before looking at 348567 other tools I’d rather wait for 2.0 – a native integration into Coda would be by far the best solution. But currently only the developers from panic know more…
New features and nice bugfixes for the Coda plugin. Continue reading “Coda PHP & Web Toolkit 3.1”
Implementating these new features: JSTidy configuration and automatic updates (finally).
As well as: A bugfix for proCSSor, a new configuration option for PHPTidy and things I probably have forgotten. Continue reading “Coda PHP & Web Toolkit – 3.1beta”
The next update will make JSTidy configurable, but in case you’d like to change the braces placement (in a new line) right now:
- Go to (your user folder)/Library/Application Support/Coda/Plug-Ins/
- Right click on “PhpPlugin.codaplugin”, choose “Show package contents”
- Navigate to Contents/Resources and open "jstidy-min.js" with an Editor
- On the last line replace braces_on_own_line:true with braces_on_own_line:false
Well, finally the 3.0 version of Coda PHP & Web Toolkit. Here’s an overview of the new features.
This is probably very helpful – if you enable this in the prefences and have a selection in the editor, all commands only operate on this selection.
Results in a floating window
Beta version for the next release (3.0). Code was rewritten in large parts for these new features: Notifications now in a growl-like manner, validation output in a (separate) floating window, support for Growl and some other stuff. Continue reading “Coda PHP & Web Toolkit 3.0 beta”