Mads Kristensen Takes the Pain Out of CSS

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    pavone

    Cool stuff, nice work. 

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    cecilphillip

    Why not just support SASS or LESS for defining CSS rules  ?

    With regards to the editor features, will these send up in Web Essentials for VS2010 ?

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    madskristen​sen

    Scyonx, LESS and SASS support is coming.

    Most of these features can't easily be implemented in VS2010, so I don't count on porting them to Web Essentials.

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    Jesse

    I might have missed it, but is there any support for multiple files? For example, a selector that is repeated in two separate stylesheets.

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    madskristen​sen

    Jesse, no, not for now. Goal is to look at all .css files in the project.

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    rasmusfjord

    Big aplaus to you Mads and to your team Smiley 

    Already using the vs2011 beta for production, so cant wait for a final RC.

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    Jonathan Mc Namee

    Mads, is there support for changing an existing image reference? ie: [ctrl]+[j] brings up a file picker dialog? Better still, intellisense as to whether the file actually exists, so you get an error if you have a broken reference[s] - very useful for legacy/upgrade work

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    madskristen​sen

    Rasmus, thanks. I'm glad you like vs11 Smiley

    Jonathan, we are working on a new file picker for the scenario you describe. Broken references would be a cool addition. I've added that idea to our backlog. Thanks!!

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    Kamal Prasad

    I vote that the squiggly lines for warnings stay in and are turned on by default. :)
    Awesome stuff.

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    Masood

    Hi All,
    Can we integrate with Sonar(Open Source Code Quality tool)?
    Is there any way for it?

    Thanks Ahead,
    Masood

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