[kwlug-disc] What are people using to write HTML with?

peter_melse at gto.net peter_melse at gto.net
Tue Dec 10 14:02:49 EST 2013



fun fact, "hd" antennas are a marketing gimmick. There's no
difference between an ntsc, and atsc antennas.  

What can be useful,
more so if you're splitting signal, is a vhf / uhf amplifier. I'm pretty
sure sayal has a nice uhf (gets you everything except CTV on 13) (Global
is actually remapped to channel 17 now) amp for about $40


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SUBJECT: Re: [kwlug-disc] What are people
using to write HTML with?
DATE: Tue, 10 Dec 2013 13:40:29 -0500
FROM:
John Kerr 
TO: KWLUG discussion 
REPLY-TO: KWLUG discussion   

I do not
believe that it works with vga. Santa came early this year and I
purchased a 24 inch TV with 2 hdmi 1 vga.  For Under $200.00 it has
solved my need for multiple monitors. 
Has anyone got an indoor HD
antenna that they don't need? Do they work? Cheers John

On Tue, Dec 10,
2013 at 1:21 PM, CrankyOldBugger  wrote:

I confess that I have a Pi,
but it's collecting dust. I keep meaning to hook it up and learn its
secrets, but just too damn busy these days! 

Does anyone know if
there's a way to hook it up to a monitor with only a VGA port? I think
my Pi has HDMI, which I don't have on my desk at this time. 

On 10
December 2013 13:06, John Kerr  wrote:

Hi I have been using geany to
write Latex on my Pi and I found it to be good, Blue Griffon was fast
enough for me on Ubuntu. Geany with the HTML modules might be the right
one for you. Best regards, John 

On Tue, Dec 10, 2013 at 1:31 AM, Chris
Craig  wrote:
 For an open source editor I've been using geany for a few
years, it's
 got a lot of advanced features but still simple enough to
be used as a
 general text editor.

 On 10 December 2013 00:12,  wrote:

> not strictly open source, but I've used komodo edit for this in the
past,
 > and as a general editor, sublime text editor is really growing
on me.
 >
 >
 > On Mon, 09 Dec 2013 23:51:29 -0500, unsolicited  wrote:

>>
 >> Looks like I have some all but standalone .html files to write.
I
 >> don't and won't be doing enough of it to remember the 'language'

>> between this time and the next. What are people using to author
.html?
 >>
 >> I need to put together a small 'app' (with very small
distribution),
 >> and will probably just drop a few .html files into a
shared dropbox
 >> folder. (Content is static.)
 >>
 >> Being Kubuntu, I
use kwrite often enough, and kate, but I've not used
 >> them this way.

>>
 >> Popped into Blue Griffin on my dual-Atom Windows laptop long
enough
 >> to see far too slow.
 >>
 >> Because I so seldom have to do
this, I do like the idea of point and
 >> click for css attributes and
stuff. (Seems to me I came across
 >> something called Hot Dog long ago,
but I expect there's similarly
 >> light weight but more evolved apps
out there now.)
 >>
 >> This also ties in with the earlier XML thread in
that a substantial
 >> portion of a stylesheet (aside from the XML calls
themselves), is html
 >> and css. [Given the lack of 'involved' XML in
the stylesheet, an HTML
 >> environment like this may well satisfy for
stylesheets too.]
 >>
 >> Popped into LibreOffice for a moment to help
me through a css hump.
 >> Got what I needed. A little heavy, though.

>>
 >> Being able to pop in javascript (tags / scriptlet outline) won't

>> hurt, either. I expect a lot of 'if( attribute && attribute !="")
 >>
output attribute' type inserts - whatever that looks like in
 >>
javascript. (Like I said, I don't do enough of it to immediately
 >>
recall the environment / syntax.)
 >>
 >> Suggestions?
 >>
 >>
 >>
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