Open Bug 1036699 Opened 10 years ago Updated 1 year ago
Visually differentiate between sourcemapped or prettified source in our tools
There isn't really a way to tell if something in the style editor or debugger has been loaded via sourcemap, has been prettified, or is the original source.
A prettified source in the debugger would have the 'Prettify source' button depressed, but I agree with your general point.
(In reply to Panos Astithas [:past] from comment #1) > A prettified source in the debugger would have the 'Prettify source' button > depressed, but I agree with your general point. That's true in that specific case but for sourcemaps or prettified css code we don't do anything. If we're going to indicate this status ( 'this file is exactly as loaded from disk' vs 'this is a more readable version of the file' ) we should be consistent. It'd be especially helpful for sites where an 'all.js' links back to a number of source files.
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