i.e. I don't like that HTML5 inserts <br /> instead of <br>. That's HTML 4 code. I also prefer tab over double space. If I could see what currently exists as a default, and could edit it and save it as a custom template, that would be really useful to me.
I would use this feature most with cdnjs, and it would be useful for github also.
In Fortran, any line starting with a star is a comment line. Textastic does not honour that as exemplified by the following example.
Note how Fortran keywords are highlighted, clearly showing Textastic believes this is regular code instead of a comment block. It gets however worse the comment features one lone single quote:
Textastic believes that the single quote starts a string and it highlights everything following it as a string. Not shown on this picture but the string highlighting only stops at the very end of the file about 300 lines further down!
As a result, Textatic Fortran syntax highlighting is unusable in practice.
I was searching how to add JSHint support to Textastic, and wondered if those TextMate bundles are/may/will be supported in Textastic:(from http://www.jshint.com/install/):
Thanks for your insight!
I was just wondering what is the best way to load J Query onto websites I am working on in Textastic. I have heard that a specific file is needed to compensate for lack of mouse when coding on an iPad or iPhone. Otherwise I think that the app is brilliant.
Because the script closing tag in the string is interpreted , it will close the script tag early, and break the rest of the code as well as writing it all over the document. This can quite easily be countered by escaping the closing tag with a backslash, but that is inconvenient when dealing with large inline scripts.
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