[thelist] predictive typing for web techs?

Will willthemoor at gmail.com
Thu Dec 24 14:45:19 CST 2009

On Dec 23, 2009, at 4:34 AM, Barney Carroll <barney.carroll at gmail.com>  

> Hi folks,
> Does anybody know of a
> relatively bare-bones code editor that comes with or supports such a
> feature, that isn't a back-end, project-based IDE?

While not exactly what your asking for you may want to check E editor  
with the third party HTML/CSS bundle. You don't see a list but the  
escape key will toggle through possible completions. The bundles will  
let you do things silly fast like type 'lstn' hit tab and get 'list- 
style-type: none;' or select a few lines of text and convert it into a  
linked ul. E is basically a textmate clone.

There's also the 'zen coding' thingy that does a lot of the same  
'write less, do more' stuff and may work with n++ already.


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