If you develop with WordPress and use Coda 2 for that, you probably use the excellent WordPress Syntax Mode by Thorsten too. But sadly, the syntax mode broke with Coda 2.0.2, so I’ve made a quick fix.
I used the same technique that Daniel Koskinen has used for Coda 2.0 (thanks dude for showing the way):
- make a copy of the original SyntaxDefinition.xml file located in
- in this new copy, replace all content between
<keywords id="PHP4 Functions">and the next following
</keywords">with Thorsten’s version,
- Replace all
PHP-HTML-WP(you’ll have 3 hits),
- Finally, save the file as SyntaxDefinition.xml in
~/Library/Application Support/Coda 2/Modes/PHP-HTML-WP.mode/Contents/Resources/(replacing the old one) and restart Coda 2.
Don’t forget it’s a quick fix until Thorsten updates the original.
Oh, I almost forgot, you can download this updated mode package here.