[TxMt] Making TextMate recognize a new kind of urls

Alan Schmitt alan.schmitt at polytechnique.org
Fri Nov 10 20:12:12 UTC 2006

On 10 nov. 06, at 19:05, Charilaos Skiadas wrote:

>> I also discovered that if there are several links in the same line  
>> (in a footnote of a gtd file) then they get all opened,  
>> independently of where the cursor is.
> When using ctrl-L, indeed, as I said in my previous response ;) :
>>> Actually, they are already there, pressing ctrl-L with the caret  
>>> on the note line will make TM run the "open" command on any text  
>>> contained in <...>. So if the note contains: <message:// 
>>> 454F0376.2010005 at ens-lyon.fr>, then this should work just fine.  
>>> Also, pressing ENTER in it should work just fine. Though ctrl-L  
>>> will work from anywhere in the line, and it will open all links  
>>> showing up in that line.
> The main difference of course is that pressing ENTER works anywhere  
> in textmate, provided it is not overwritten in the bundle, while  
> ctrl-L only works in GTDAlt (and of course on the dozens of bundles  
> that include GTDAlt in them ;) ).

Oops, sorry, I guess I skimmed this bit. I just tried ENTER and  
everything is perfect.

Thanks a lot,


Alan Schmitt <http://alan.petitepomme.net/>

The hacker: someone who figured things out and made something cool  

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