Using Friendlycode doesn't actually require anything other than a static file server like Apache. However, if you want to generate optimized builds and run the test suites, you'll need node 0.8+, npm 1.1+, and phantomjs 1.7+.
git clone --recursive git://github.com/mozilla/friendlycode.git cd friendlycode npm install npm test
To run a simple built-in static file server from the repository's root directory, run:
You can see a trivial embedding at:
By default, friendlycode doesn't allow JS. An example of an embedding that allows JS and publishes using an alternate API is here:
We currently use Transifex for localization. To localize Friendlycode in your language, please visit the Transifex friendlycode project. Any strings you don't translate will fall-back to English.
node bin/server.js and visit
http://localhost:8005/examples/transifex.html. If this doesn't work,
however—or if it runs too slowly for your tastes—you will have
to take the following steps.
node bin/transifex.js -u user:pass, where
user:passis your Transifex username and password. You can run
node bin/transifex.js --helpfor information on more options, such as only importing strings that have been reviewed. This will export all Transifex localizations as requirejs i18n bundles in the
node bin/server.jsand then visit
http://localhost:8005/examples/transifex.html?local=1to see your localizations.
Before adding a new i18n bundle, first read the requirejs i18n bundle documentation.
When creating an i18n bundle, you only need to provide the root localization.
The following instructions assume that your new i18n bundle module is at
node bin/build-i18n.js plist fc/nls/foo > foo.plist. This will output a Property List file to
foo.plist, which Transifex can use as a template for localization.
Under friendlycode's resource management page on Transifex, add a new resource with name
fc/nls/fooand i18n type
Apple PLIST files (.plist). Then upload the
If the root localization for an i18n bundle module has changed, follow the same steps for adding a new i18n bundle (above), but simply re-upload the plist file for the existing module instead of creating a new one.
See the source code in
examples/transifex.html for information
on how to do this with unoptimized builds.
For optimized builds, use the
--i18n-url option to
to create an optimized build that retrieves its localizations at run-time
from a different URL. For instance, if you deploy your Transifex
requirejs i18n bundles to
node bin/build-require.js --i18n-url="/locale/" will create an
optimized build that loads localizations from that URL at runtime.
vendor/codemirror2 directory is a mini-distribution of
CodeMirror which contains only the files necessary for HTML editing. It
can be updated with the