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Subject [jira] [Commented] (BROOKLYN-166) Use a feature rich yaml editor
Date Thu, 08 Oct 2015 15:05:26 GMT


ASF GitHub Bot commented on BROOKLYN-166:

Github user ahgittin commented on the pull request:
    also note that the catalog yaml syntax is different, as described at
.  it allows you to paste a simple blueprint or several such.  not a blocker for this but
important when completion is enabled; maybe for now a quick win would be to have a sample
template with the right syntax, or comments showing the right syntax.
    i confirm `bin/brooklyn launch` works nicely.  and switching between tabs in the "add
application" wizard causes no problems (but it isn't using the new codemirror any more.)
    newly found issues:
    * check/fix `overflow-x: scroll` for other textareas
    * add license info for codemirror in `overrides.yaml`
    * the JS console gives an error trying to load `/assets/css/complete.css`
    others still outstanding:
    * if possible, put 3rd party deps into `libs/` like the others, but if that's too hard
leave as is
    * the rat check needs to scan all files or have an explanation.  if it's really really
hard to have the codemirror files live under `libs/` then call them out explicitly here with
a comment explaining why they have the unusual structure
    * update the two `TODO` comments, or expand on who/when they'll get done
    if we could add this to the wizard -- or completely rewrite the wizard as part of drag-and-drop
-- then that would be good, but not needed in this PR.
    i think very soon we should start on a new UI based on angular.

> Use a feature rich yaml editor
> ------------------------------
>                 Key: BROOKLYN-166
>                 URL:
>             Project: Brooklyn
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>            Reporter: Hadrian Zbarcea
>             Fix For: 0.8.0
> Brooklyn would benefit from a feature rich editor that would give a user more feedback
on what is possible when editing a camp blueprint.
> The best candidate is imho codemirror, used by many apps, including swagger.

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