[TxMt] mysql snippet and query (getting a carriage return?)

Allan Odgaard allan at macromates.com
Thu Dec 2 03:39:07 UTC 2004

On Dec 1, 2004, at 18:00, Paul Nordstrom August wrote:

> The snippet simply is the following: /usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql 
> ${1:database} -e "${2:SELECT}"
> ... so I hit mysql, tab, then enter the DB name and then the command. 
> Some sample queries are appended below.
> My problem is that the output begins directly after the final " in the 
> -e statement. What's the easiest way to insert a carriage return here?

You can let the snippet/command be:
    echo; mysql ${1:database} -e "${2:SELECT}"

Then it'll insert a blank line before the result from mysql.

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