So, I'm using spket and I'm liking it alot.
But, for my local code, I include a tag like
at the beginning of the file to get intellisense for all the files included in the specified manifest. The thing is, since this is an aspx file, I need to
use some different kind of comment to include the manifst.
<%--//@include "manifest.js" --%>
And here is where spket doesn't cope. It only seems to recognize the manifest file include if the it is the first non-whitespace thing in the file.
It would be way cool if spket just ignored everything outside of the client side script blocks, and would recognize //@include anyplace inside a client side script block.
Thanks for listening.
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