[TxMt] Re : textmate Digest, Vol 28, Issue 15

Allan Odgaard throw-away-1 at macromates.com
Sun Feb 11 15:14:41 UTC 2007

On 5. Jan 2007, at 17:14, Nicolas Weber wrote:

>> i missed your reply until now for some reason, thanks. I'm not  
>> quite sure how to do what you suggest, though. My 'runOctave'  
>> command is the following,
>> # just to remind you of some useful environment variables
>> # see Help / Environment Variables for the full list
>> echo File: "$TM_FILEPATH"
>> echo Word: "$TM_CURRENT_WORD"
>> echo Selection: "$TM_SELECTED_TEXT"
> echo "<pre>"
> octave -f -q
> echo "</pre>"

Should be possible to do:

     octave -f -q | pre

pre is a bash function defined in bash_init.sh which will output the  
<pre> … </pre>, set a few CSS properties to get word wrap but  
preserve whitespace, escape < and &, and ensure tab expansion (or  
something along those lines).

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