[TxMt] Bug Confirmation?

Robert M.Zigweid rzigweid at zigweid.net
Fri Apr 15 09:59:17 UTC 2005

I know it's bad to reply to myself, but I believe I found my answer.
It looks like the macro editor encodes the snippet into the macro 
itself, not really using the global snippets.  While this is somewhat 
confusing, it does appear to provide me with a workaround.

On Apr 15, 2005, at 5:51 AM, Robert M.Zigweid wrote:

> So, I'm finally getting to the point that I'm really starting to play 
> around a bit with the automation aspects of TextMate.  I think that I 
> found a bug, but I want to confirm.
> I created a macro, which through the course of its steps utilizes a 
> snippet.  The snippet has default values, which I'm also using, 
> because it's a very repetitive task.  The idea behind this, is that 
> when I got to a different spot in the code that I'm working on, I 
> would change the snippet defaults and keep using the macro.
> What appears to be happening instead, is the old default values are 
> used instead of the new ones.  When I use the snippet manually, the 
> new values I put in are still used.  Is this a bug, or is my 
> expectation wrong?
> (this is on b5 btw)
> -- 
> Robert M. Zigweid                           rzigweid at zigweid.net
>                                             http://rzigweid.zigweid.net
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Robert M. Zigweid                           rzigweid at zigweid.net

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