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Export code as pdf with syntax highlighting

robin.g.kim 4 years ago in iPad updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 4 years ago 1

it would be great to have a convert as pdf feature with syntax highlighting since i would love to export a piece of code to notability or so markup app to read and hand write on it!

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Answered

drag and drop ios 11

douglas 4 years ago in iPad updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 2 years ago 1

I'm just wondering if I'm doing something wrong?  Should I be able to drag a .js file from the ios11 files app into textastic?  Is this integration planned but not here yet?  thanks!

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Under review

Quick open a file

Rahoul Baruah 4 years ago in iPad updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 4 years ago 10

If I open a git repo via Working Copy (or maybe in the future if I mount an SFTP folder - maybe via Transmit?) - is there any chance of something similar to TextMate/Sublime/Atom's Cmd-T function (or the Ctrl-P plugin in Vim)?


So I can type in part of a filename and it locates all matches within that directory and I can pick the one I want. As I do a lot of Rails work I often have to jump between different files in different parts of the tree - so being able to search aviecustinde which then matches to app/views/customers/index.html.erb is a massive time saver.

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Epub zipping

waynewongrj 5 years ago in iPad 0

Hi,


I use Textastic regularly, and I’m a big fan.


Lately, I have been working on EPUB files, which need to be zipped in a particular way, with the mimetype file remaining uncompressed. Details are discussed here:


ePub Zip/Unzip AppleScript application for Mac OS X


This complex EPUB zipping currently requires me to use a Mac/PC app or command line to accomplish it. However, if Textastic could build it in as an action that could be performed on a folder like regular zipping, then Textastic could be used as a basic EPUB code editor on an iOS device. That would be great for those who need to edit the code of an EPUB when a Mac/PC is not available. It would also make Textastic even more unique in the App Store!

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Guys, please make the jump and give us WYSIWYG editing

Peter Payne 9 years ago in iPad updated by StefanD. 3 years ago 1

I know I seem like a n00b by asking for this but there are NO good options for editing an existing HTML file in iOS. The reason I need to this is, I am a writer (not a HTML programmer) and need an environment where I can write my update posts and debug everything before it's uploaded as HTML to our website. Please give us this option? It would be greatly appreciated.

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Under review

CDN Support

Brad Hellyar 7 years ago in iPad updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 7 years ago 5
It would be nice to have CDN support, so when I am using the CDN for bootstrap, jQuery, etc the content would display properly in preview mode.
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Integrating mySQL/DB autocomplete/suggest support

Billy Griffiths 9 years ago in iPad updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 9 years ago 1

I've recently discovered Textastic for coding on to go. Something I would like to see (as a PHP purist) in future releases are database table autocompletes. As a developer working on various projects at the same time, I often get confused as to which table belongs to which project. 


If I had the ability to specify a remote DB connection and have table names autocompleted (a local cached list might be a good idea) when writing SQL queries, that would really boost my productivity as I would no longer need to hop between apps. 



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Support for .master and .scss / .sass file extension

James Lock 8 years ago in iPad updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 8 years ago 1

Hello,


Built int support for DotNET .master files (same as aspx) would be great, as well as .scss and .sass files.  I currently have downloaded some 3rd party textmate bundles to do this, but would be great to have in-built support.


cheers,

James

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Under review

SendCode from Editor to Terminal. Shortcut for this?

rmbowers 1 year ago in iPad updated 1 year ago 2

Wonderful software! I am having fun leaning to use my ipad as an alternative to my macpro for some computing.

Question: How to implement two Sublime Text 3 packages, "SendCode" and "SublimeREPL"

Purpose: (of which there may already be a shortcut for) would be to highlight a block of text in an editor (usually R or Python), then use some shortcut (Cmd + E) to send code to the currently open terminal. Is this already possible? If not, would there be a way to use specifically the SendCode package for Sublime Text 3 in Textastic? I have already copied the two SendCode and SublimeREPL directories to my #Textastic directory, but have run Reload Customizations, but to no avail. I can get theme files to work properly, but am not able to correctly implement Sublime packages. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.

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Under review

One file two views?

Sasmito Adibowo 1 year ago in iPad updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 2 months ago 2

How to open the same file in two different views?

I have a long-ish file that I’d like to edit simultaneously in two different editors. Each editor would be looking at different parts of the file.

Every time I “open in new window” of the file, the current editor closes and being replaced by a new one.