[TxMt] A Kill Line (C-k) and Yank (C-y) implementation
david at davelee.com.au
Sat Mar 26 21:21:19 UTC 2005
My attitude is: I dig the emacs way of doing many things, and this is
something I'd like on some level to see reimplemented .. but
reimplementing emacs is a big job on top of writing a decent editor ;)
I'm pretty impressed that we have a text editor on our hands where
'simple things are easy and difficult things are possible' with regard
to our customizations.
Let's see how Allen goes with kill ring implementation; i could
understand him considering things people can do themselves with the
macro language provided to be lower priority than things they can't
In the meantime I'll try out that bundle of yours if i get frustrated ;)
On 27/03/2005, at 4:46 AM, Chris Brierley wrote:
> On Sat, 26 Mar 2005 14:32:08 +0100, Tom Lazar <tom at tomster.org> wrote:
>> however, that sounds, like a macro should be able to do that,
>> because it's essentially just two steps: select from cursor to
>> line end, cut
> If that satisfies you, it's certainly a *much* simpler way of doing it.
> The problem, at least for me, is that it's not how "real" ^k works. It
> has pretty specific behavior:
> * It kills form the point to the end of the line, not consuming the
> * UNLESS it's at the beginning of a blank line in which case it *does*
> consume the newline.
> * It appends consecutive kills to a buffer which can then all be
> yanked out at once with one key combo: ^y.
> * It uses, purposely, a separate kill buffer from the clipboard.
> In order to get all of that functionality, which is what I'm used to,
> I had to do a bunch of crazy stuff with commands, tmp files, and
> So, this bundle is probably only for people who are really used to the
> standard ^k/^y behavior and haven't been able to train themselves to
> do it another way with TextMate.
> For new threads USE THIS: textmate at lists.macromates.com
> (threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you don't)
More information about the textmate