Theme editor for RAP
Project Lead: Benjamin Muskalla (IRC: benny`work)
Mentor: Rüdiger Herrmann
This project is part of the Google Summer of Code 2010
The theming infrastructure of RAP experienced several enhancements over the past two release cycles. Currently users of RAP have to struggle with the CSS-based theme files with a simple text editor in order to create sophisticated themes. The editor should support general features like content assist for elements, selectors and states. In addition, more advanced features as a quick outline or custom widget integration should be part of the editor.
Preferences for Source Highlighting
Content Assist baked by *.theme.xml files (Selectors, states, properties, etc)
Dynamic hover of overriden rules
Problem markers and errors for css files
Quick navigation (F3) for certain keywords (eg Button -> Button.default.css)
Here is a complete list of the milestones and release candidates planned for this plugin.
|M1||May 5||Infrastructure (initial import, CI with CBI, p2 repo, backlog triage)|
|Pencils down||August 10||-|
Getting the source
The theme editor will be developed as part of the official RAP tooling. See the RAP CVS page for more informations.
To see all the open issues and feature requests of this project, take a look at this query.
Do you have a great idea for the refactoring? Just open a new feature request.