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monaco-editor:基于浏览器的代码编辑器

Monaco Editor

The Monaco Editor is the code editor that powersVS Code, a good page describing the code editor’s features is here .

monaco-editor:基于浏览器的代码编辑器

Issues

Please mention the version of the editor when creating issues and the browser you’re having trouble in.

This repository contains only the scripts to glue things together, please create issues against the actual repositories where the source code lives:

  • monaco-editor-core:Issues — npm module (Issues with the editor itself)
  • monaco-typescript:Issues — npm module (Issues with JavaScript or TypeScript language support)
  • monaco-languages:Issues — npm module (Issues with bat, coffee script, cpp, csharp, fsharp, go, ini, jade, lua, objective-c, powershell, python, r, ruby, sql, swift, vb or xml)

Known issues

In IE, the editor must be completely surrounded in the body element, otherwise the hit testing we do for mouse operations does not work. You can inspect this using F12 and clicking on the body element and confirm that visually it surrounds the editor.

Installing

npm install monaco-editor 

You will get:

  • inside dev : bundled, not minified
  • inside min : bundled, and minified
  • inside min-maps : source maps for min
  • monaco.d.ts : this specifies the API of the editor (this is what is actually versioned, everything else is considered private and might break with any release).

It is recommended to develop against the dev version, and in production to use the min version.

Integrate

Here is the most basic HTML page that embeds the editor. More samples are available at monaco-editor-samples .

<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head>     <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge" />     <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" > </head> <body>  <div id="container" style="width:800px;height:600px;border:1px solid grey"></div>  <script src="monaco-editor/min/vs/loader.js"></script> <script>     require.config({ paths: { 'vs': 'monaco-editor/min/vs' }});     require(['vs/editor/editor.main'], function() {         var editor = monaco.editor.create(document.getElementById('container'), {             value: [                 'function x() {',                 '/tconsole.log("Hello world!");',                 '}'             ].join('/n'),             language: 'javascript'         });     }); </script> </body> </html>

Integrate cross domain

If you are hosting your .js on a different domain (e.g. on a CDN) than the HTML, you should know that the Monaco Editor creates web workers for smart language features. Cross-domain web workers are not allowed, but here is how you can proxy their loading and get them to work:

<!--     Assuming the HTML lives on www.mydomain.com and that the editor is hosted on www.mycdn.com --> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.mycdn.com/monaco-editor/min/vs/loader.js"></script> <script>     require.config({ paths: { 'vs': 'http://www.mycdn.com/monaco-editor/min/vs' }});      // Before loading vs/editor/editor.main, define a global MonacoEnvironment that overwrites     // the default worker url location (used when creating WebWorkers). The problem here is that     // HTML5 does not allow cross-domain web workers, so we need to proxy the instantion of     // a web worker through a same-domain script     window.MonacoEnvironment = {         getWorkerUrl: function(workerId, label) {             return 'monaco-editor-worker-loader-proxy.js';         }     };      require(["vs/editor/editor.main"], function () {         // ...     }); </script>  <!--     Create http://www.mydomain.com/monaco-editor-worker-loader-proxy.js with the following content:         self.MonacoEnvironment = {             baseUrl: 'http://www.mycdn.com/monaco-editor/min/'         };         importScripts('www.mycdn.com/monaco-editor/min/vs/base/worker/workerMain.js');     That's it. You're good to go! :) -->

Documentation

Please program against the API described in monaco.d.ts .

See the editor in action here .

Find full HTML sampleshere.

Explore API samples here . monaco-editor:基于浏览器的代码编辑器

Create a Monarch tokenizer here . monaco-editor:基于浏览器的代码编辑器

FAQ

Q: What is the relationship between VS Code and the Monaco Editor?

A: The Monaco Editor is generated straight from VS Code’s sources with some shims around services the code needs to make it run in a web browser outside of its home.

Q: What is the relationship between VS Code’s version and the Monaco Editor’s version?

A: None. The Monaco Editor is a library and it reflects directly the source code.

Q: I’ve written an extension for VS Code, will it work on the Monaco Editor in a browser?

A: No.

Q: Why all these web workers and why should I care?

A: Language services create web workers to compute heavy stuff outside the UI thread. They cost hardly anything in terms of resource overhead and you shouldn’t worry too much about them, as long as you get them to work (see above the cross-domain case).

Q: What is this loader.js ? Can I use require.js ?

A: It is an AMD loader that we use in VS Code. Yes.

Dev

Cheat Sheet

  • simpleserver with npm run simpleserver
  • release with npm run release
  • website with npm run website

Running monaco-editor-core from source

  • clone https://github.com/Microsoft/vscode in $/src/vscode/ (next to this repo)
  • run $/src/vscode> gulp watch
  • run $/src/monaco-editor> npm run simpleserver
  • edit $/src/monaco-editor/test/index.html and set var RUN_EDITOR_FROM_SOURCE = true;
  • open http://localhost:8080/monaco-editor/test/

Running a plugin (e.g. monaco-typescript) from source

  • clone https://github.com/Microsoft/monaco-typescript in $/src/monaco-typescript (next to this repo)
  • run $/src/monaco-typescript> npm run watch
  • run $/src/monaco-editor> npm run simpleserver
  • edit $/src/monaco-editor/test/index.html and set RUN_PLUGINS_FROM_SOURCE['monaco-typescript'] = true;
  • open http://localhost:8080/monaco-editor/test/

Shipping a new monaco-editor version

Ship a new monaco-editor-core version (if necessary)

Adopt new monaco-editor-core in plugins (if necessary)

Adopt new monaco-editor-core

  • edit $/src/monaco-editor/package.json and update the version for (as necessary):
    • monaco-editor-core
    • monaco-typescript
    • monaco-languages
  • update the version in $/src/monaco-editor/package.json
    • I try to keep it similar to monaco-editor-core , maybe just vary the patch version.
  • fetch latest deps by running $/src/monaco-editor> npm install .

Package monaco-editor

  • run $/src/monaco-editor> npm run release

Try out packaged bits

  • open http://localhost:8080/monaco-editor/test/index-release.html
  • open http://localhost:8080/monaco-editor/test/smoketest-release.html

Publish packaged bits

  • run $/src/monaco-editor/release> npm publish

Running the website from its source

  • run $/src/monaco-editor> npm run release
  • open http://localhost:8080/monaco-editor/website/

Generating the playground samples

  • edit $/src/monaco-editor/website/playground/playground.mdoc
  • run $/src/monaco-editor> gulp playground-samples

Publishing the website

  • run $/src/monaco-editor> npm run website
  • force-push the gh-pages branch: $/src/monaco-editor-website> git push origin gh-pages --force

License

MIT

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