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Thanks for this great plugins ;)
Do you plan an intregation on Netbeans ? :)
Yes, I’ll add NetBeans support
Just made initial implementation of Emmet plugin, based on @lorenzos implementation.
How to install:
When installed, check out Edit > Emmet menu item for available actions.
Edit > Emmet
More info: https://github.com/emmetio/netbeans#readme
Please post any plugin issues here.
Thanks you for your great works.
I will try it.
This is great, thanks Sergey for making this happen. I tried out the plugin, and so far the only minor problem I noticed is that some of the plugin metadata have not been updated in your fork, you may want to change them. Currently during installation it says:
Author: Lorenzo Stanco
Hi, it works great (as far I can tell :)) but would it be possible to add the entire "Emmet" menu to context menu in editor as well? The point is that now it is a bit "hidden" in Edit|Emmet and it requires a lot of mouse movement. If I could just use right click in editor and find Emmet menu there, it would be much easier to use.
@ladariha I suppose you’d better add keyboard shortcuts for these actions instead of using menu.
Truth to be told, I didn't check this settings. I agree with you but personally I'd still like to see it in context menu. But that's purely subjective :)
Do you see any errors in Netbeans?
Thanks for your feedback, i fixed it by re-installing the plugin.
The plugin is published in Netbeans Plugin Portal: http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/48315/
Hi i'm not sure if this is possible, it would be great if we could use the "TAB" button to complete the emmet action.
Mine is currently set to Ctrl + Alt + N (Windows netbeans 7.3.1) and this works fine, but it won't let me use TAB button in the options, I guess because of conflicts with the default TAB action.
Yes TAB key could simplify to expand abbreviation!
I think Tab key expander might be available in Netbeans, but I’m not a Netbeans expert so I don’t know how to do this and it’s not a top priority feature.
You may try to use commercial support for this: http://codersclan.net/support/step1.php?repo_id=4
Ok thanks, that's a real shame because I think the most successful part of emmet is being able to instantly activate it with one button.
Thanks for taking time to reply though 👍
Is it possible to create custom toolbar with Emmet options in Netbeans?
Doas this plugin Emmet work with Nb 8.0RC1 ?
it freezes my NetBeans 7.4, plugin ver - 1.0.1
works fine, but sometimes causes fast grow CPU and RAM use, and netbeans crashs