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Make CSS support more robust and flexible #15

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@NateEag NateEag commented Feb 18, 2014

By introducing a few new variables, we make it easier for users to
control whether emmet-mode will generate HTML or CSS.

The new variables are particularly helpful for using emmet-mode in
web-mode, where both CSS and HTML
may be present in the same buffer, so major-mode detection is not a
reliable means of deciding whether to generate CSS or HTML.

This should fix issue #14, as well as make it easier for users to handle similar cases themselves.

NateEag added 2 commits Feb 18, 2014
By introducing a few new variables, we make it easier for users to
control whether emmet-mode will generate HTML or CSS from its
abbreviations.

The new variables are particularly helpful for using emmet-mode in
[web-mode](https://github.com/fxbois/web-mode), where both CSS and HTML
may be present in the same buffer, so major-mode detection is not a
reliable means of deciding whether to generate CSS or HTML.
smihica added a commit that referenced this issue Feb 18, 2014
Make CSS support more robust and flexible.
Thank you @NateEag !!
@smihica smihica merged commit 9762147 into smihica:master Feb 18, 2014
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