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Re: Advice needed : best text editor for Odoo theme development

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Arthur de Sarrieu
- 03/15/2016 06:09:47
Nevermind, I got some help and the theme was installed properly - I had forgotten to remove the default "Apps" filter from the app list that was hiding the theme from my sight. The documentation still needs some editing, though.

On 15 March 2016 at 10:32, Arthur de Sarrieu <desarrieu.a@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello again,

As advised I've started development on a freshly deployed Odoo v9C, but I'm running into some issues. It seems like the v9 theme building documentation is (save for a few words) a direct copy-paste of the one from v8. Having to use page comparison tools and rely on outdated screenshots isn't exactly the best experience. Anyway, I'm very confused so as to where in 'Settings' I'm supposed to "find the install button" as mentioned in the documentation :

After that, navigate to the Settings page, look for your theme and click on the install button.

I am also having a weird issue where many backend sidebar menu entries seem to be missing, only showing section titles, even in developer mode. I've attached a screenshot. I know this is not the right topic for asking this but since I've got you handy I'm figuring out you might have ran into it as well in the process of building a website.

Again thanks a lot for all your answers. I've ended up adopting Sublime which as John just stated seems to be the closest thing to a tank around here.

Arthur de Sarrieu




On 11 March 2016 at 11:24, Mario Gielissen <mario@gielissen.org> wrote:

I use Komodo Edit: http://komodoide.com/komodo-edit/

Mario Gielissen
Openworx

Op 10-3-2016 om 8:36 schreef Luke Branch:
I use Brackets:


Works nicely with CyberDuck:


I suggest targeting 9.0, lots of nice new features for website (portal, etc), and by the time you finish development the community adding will likely have caught up considerably.

Sent from my iPhone

On 10 Mar 2016, at 2:42 PM, Peter Langenberg <peter.langenberg@bubbles-it.be> wrote:

sublime is great !


Peter Langenberg
Senior Odoo Consultant

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2016-03-10 0:40 GMT+01:00 Arthur de Sarrieu <desarrieu.a@gmail.com>:

Hello everyone,

I'm a junior web integrator, about to start developing my first theme for Odoo's CMS. As stated in the title, I'm looking for an adequate tool in order to do so.

Jetbrains' IDEA family of IDEs seems to be my thing, thanks especially to their good integration of various frameworks' syntaxes, var/class memory, etc. I've dug into JB repos and found no plugin that could 'teach' them the dark ways of qWeb, which is sad.

What would be your best advice, so as to which I should use ? Is it delusional to hope for an IDE-type experience ? Should I just bootstrap Sublime with a few helpers and get going ?

As a bonus question, would you rather recommend using v8 or v9c, given the latter's lack of community extensions ?

A great many thanks in advance.

Arthur de Sarrieu

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