How? I don't know how is this posible? If only open your compiled scripts like file right in sublime. But for what?
I was only wondering if I could use this plugin with coffeescript, but i know is not an easy task and I don't know if it is possible to link them. Thanks for the fast response. Really awesome plugin!
Yes I have found a way, but this is not so easy. I surely think about this.
Thanks, will be awesome.
basically you would have to add source map (single step or multi step lookup) into your package (which looks awesome BTW)...
There is a node module which parses source maps at https://github.com/mozilla/source-map for reference
Yes, when I find time for this
Coffeescript supports source map generation since a few months (1.6.1 / March).
There is also a gem to automatically create the source maps in Rails: coffee-rails-source-maps
You might be able to use this gem to support rails-coffee-script in SublimeWebInspector. This would make an awesome tool for all rails developers.
If this is implemented, it should be done in a way to support any compile-to-JS language that has SourceMap support, not a CoffeeScript-specific thing. That'll be more future-proof anyway.
I'm so anxious to see it working with CS !!!
I've started a bounty on bountysource.com for backing this feature. It's just $15 for now but if you guys would like to contribute maybe @sokolovstas or someone else will implement this feature and get the bounty.
Resolving as a duplicate of #55, which came later but has a more general title. It seems there is nothing specific here to CoffeeScript, that would not also apply to Typescript, etc. Essentially, source maps need to work.