The syntax for regular expressions in Visual studio's find and replace option are incredibly convoluted.
I wanted to replace all instances of width in a style sheet with something that was variable based.
so width:75px; would become width:@(width=75)px;
This syntax is using the new Razor view engine and the result is we set a local variable and render it to the page in a nice terse expression. Combined with:
we now have the beginning of a nice sliced row of images. Where all the things on a particular row would incrementally build, and then on the next row, I can reset leftStart.
This was the syntax for finding all lines of an html document and capturing the width:
And the syntax for the replacement?
I understand that c# syntax uses a ton of the same conflicting symbols, but... could you guys make something like rexexpal so that we can iteratively solve for the expressions we need?
Thunderbolting Your Video Card
12 hours ago