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version 1.0.0 on Jan 9th, 2014

js.ace

Introduction

This library packages Ajax.org Cloud9 Editor for fanstatic.

This requires integration between your web framework and fanstatic, and making sure that the original resources (shipped in the resources directory in js.ace) are published to some URL.

Bitbucket repository : https://bitbucket.org/fanstatic/js.ace

How to use?

You can import XXX from js.ace and need it where you want these resources to be included on a page:

>>> from js.ace import ace
>>> ace.need()

>>> from js.ace import keybinding_emacs
>>> keybinding_emacs.need()

>>> from js.ace import keybinding_vim
>>> keybinding_vim.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_c_cpp
>>> mode_c_cpp.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_clojure
>>> mode_clojure.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_coffee
>>> mode_coffee.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_coldfusion
>>> mode_coldfusion.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_csharp
>>> mode_csharp.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_css
>>> mode_css.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_groovy
>>> mode_groovy.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_html
>>> mode_html.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_java
>>> mode_java.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_javascript
>>> mode_javascript.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_json
>>> mode_json.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_latex
>>> mode_latex.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_lua
>>> mode_lua.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_markdown
>>> mode_markdown.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_ocaml
>>> mode_ocaml.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_perl
>>> mode_perl.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_php
>>> mode_php.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_powershell
>>> mode_powershell.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_python
>>> mode_python.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_ruby
>>> mode_ruby.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_scad
>>> mode_scad.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_scala
>>> mode_scala.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_scss
>>> mode_scss.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_sql
>>> mode_sql.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_svg
>>> mode_svg.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_textile
>>> mode_textile.need()

>>> from js.ace import mode_xml
>>> mode_xml.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_clouds
>>> theme_clouds.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_clouds_midnight
>>> theme_clouds_midnight.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_cobalt
>>> theme_cobalt.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_dawn
>>> theme_dawn.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_eclipse
>>> theme_eclipse.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_idle_fingers
>>> theme_idle_fingers.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_kr_theme
>>> theme_kr_theme.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_merbivore
>>> theme_merbivore.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_merbivore_soft
>>> theme_merbivore_soft.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_mono_industrial
>>> theme_mono_industrial.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_monokai
>>> theme_monokai.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_pastel_on_dark
>>> theme_pastel_on_dark.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_solarized_dark
>>> theme_solarized_dark.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_solarized_light
>>> theme_solarized_light.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_textmate
>>> theme_textmate.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_tomorrow
>>> theme_tomorrow.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_tomorrow_night
>>> theme_tomorrow_night.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_tomorrow_night_blue
>>> theme_tomorrow_night_blue.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_tomorrow_night_bright
>>> theme_tomorrow_night_bright.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_tomorrow_night_eighties
>>> theme_tomorrow_night_eighties.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_twilight
>>> theme_twilight.need()

>>> from js.ace import theme_vibrant_ink
>>> theme_vibrant_ink.need()

>>> from js.ace import worker_coffee
>>> worker_coffee.need()

>>> from js.ace import worker_css
>>> worker_css.need()

>>> from js.ace import worker_javascript
>>> worker_javascript.need()

CHANGES

1.0.0 (2012-10-15)
  • Update to ACE v1.0.
0.1.6 (10-07-2011)
  • Initial release.

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