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Project Summary

html-helper-mode was originally written by Nelson Minar as a mode for
writing HTML pages. I took it and mang^H^H^H^Hupgraded it to help me
write ASP (bleach! but when you are an employee...) page with Emacs.
After adding ASP I felt morally forced to add PHP and JSP support (mostly because I would like to backup the whole ASP thing in /dev/null).
The mode uses buffer narrowing and mode switching for dealing with server code or client scripting, That is: you enter in the server code block with the cursor and a command narrows the text to the server code block and switches to another mode, i.e. c-mode for PHP. For
JSP you can choose to use either java-mode or JDE.
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Project status on savannah:
Should be set up completly :)
If you want to join the fun, you are welcome.

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