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APPENDIX A
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Intellipad is a text editor created to support, in particular, developers writing models and languages using Microsoft Oslo's M, and it's great for other text as well. It includes language services for M, including syntax highlighting, error checking, semantic completions, and project compilation. Intellipad is also designed to be customized by users and extended by developers. Extensibility is achieved using named components. Features can easily be added or modified, giving an editing experience that ranges from the simplicity of notepad to the power of rich language support. Intellipad uses components defined in declarative markup to customize the user experience. Intellipad contains a built-in Python interpreter. Users can customize, extend, and automate the editor by writing Python scripts.
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This section covers the basic components and design features of Intellipad: buffers, views, modes, and the mini-buffer. Understanding these aspects will make it easier to customize Intellipad or invoke features that make it easier to perform certain tasks.
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Fundamentally, Intellipad is an editor for Unicode text. A buffer represents the data model for the text being edited. Multiple buffers can be open in Intellipad simultaneously. Buffers can come from different sources (such as a file system, debugger, the Web, and so on). The source of the buffer determines some of the editing capabilities available. For example, some parts of a buffer may be read-only, preventing the user from editing text in that location. Some buffers might be auto-generated, like a buffer containing a list of compilation errors or a buffer reporting the results of a command. Intellipad buffers can represent Unicode text from any source. Each buffer in Intellipad is identified by its URI (Universal Resource Identified). When Intellipad is opening a buffer, it uses the URI scheme (file://, transient://, etc.) to locate the appropriate buffer source to open the buffer and initialize its data. To load Unicode text from a new URI scheme (e.g., http:// or ftp://), a developer would write a buffer source component that provides support for that URI scheme. Intellipad also provides buffer transforms that take as input a source buffer and render the output in a different way. For example, if you opened this document in Intellipad using the Help menu, you will see that the URI is IntellipadPrimer.ipadhelp | Rich Text. This indicates that a Rich Text transform was applied to the source buffer, IntellipadPrimer.ipadhelp. This transform processes the text markup and displays the text using different font faces, sizes, and weights. Note that the original buffer, IntellipadPrimer.ipadhelp, is also open and displays the text in its raw form. Closing the source of a transform closes the transform buffer as well.
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APPENDIX A INTELLIPAD PRIMER
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Intellipad supports splitting the editor window into multiple views to display multiple buffers at the same time. Each view is capable of displaying any of the currently available buffers through a menu at the top left of the view. Different views can also show the same buffer in different modes. The view that is active determines which set of menu options appear at the top of Intellipad; different modes often have different menu options. You can create additional views by activating the view to be split, then choosing Split Vertically or Split Horizontally from the View menu. You can also use CTRL+W,\ to create the vertical split and CTRL+W,- to create the horizontal split. Some Intellipad commands also create new views. Pull-down menus in the upper-left and upper-right corners of each view allow you to set the active buffer and mode, respectively. If you have multiple views, changing the mode or the buffer of one view does not affect the other views.
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Modes
Intellipad enables language-specific support for buffers through modes. Modes isolate extension components, allowing different behaviors when editing buffers that have different content types. When a buffer is opened, Intellipad attempts to associate the file with a mode to provide features like syntax highlighting, additional menu items, semantic completion, and other features. The way this default mode is determined depends on the buffer and its source. For example, when loading file buffers, the file extension is used. An http buffer source might use the mime type to determine the mode. A pull-down menu in the upper-right corner of each buffer view indicates the current mode and can be used to change the mode. The same buffer can be opened in different views and have different modes applied in each view. However, not all modes will be meaningful in every context.
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