Django Template syntax mode for the Panic Coda 1.x and SubEthaEdit text editors
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This mode provides syntax coloring for the Django Template language in the Panic Coda and SubEthaEdit text editors. If you don't want to think about which mode you're editing HTML files in, give your Django Template files a .dhtml extension to edit them in Django-Template mode and leave your .html and .htm files for the HTML mode. Installation in SubEthaEdit: Download and unpack either the ZIP or TAR version of the Django-Template mode. Open SubEthaEdit and Open the Django-Template.mode file using the File > Open command or by dragging the Django-Template.mode file onto the SubEthaEdit application icon in the dock. In SubEthaEdit you can disregard the Django-Template.seestyle file. The .seestyle file is only relevant to Coda users. Installation in Panic Coda: Download and unpack either the ZIP or TAR version of the Django-Template mode. Manually copy the Django-Template.mode file into ~/Library/Application Support/Coda/Modes/ (you can navigate to this directory by opening a Finder window, navigating to your user account's Home folder and then preceding into Library > Application Support > Coda > Modes). The .seestyle for Syntax Highlighting can be installed by Opening Coda and choosing Preferences from the Coda menu. Then click on the Import button in the bottom right corner to import the Django-Template.seestyle. Miscellaneous files: In the package is a file called test.dhtml. This file contains sample Django Template Language code and XHTML markup. It can be loaded to try out the syntax mode.