[TxMt] non-blank-lines block as scope to eval

Alexy Khrabrov deliverable at gmail.com
Sun Nov 30 20:17:36 UTC 2008

I'm using TextMate with OCaml extensively, and use an Eval script from  
Johan Kullbom to send either a selection or a current line to an iTerm  
with ocaml interpreter in it (adapted from F#):


The problem is, OCaml grammar doesn't really show functions properly,  
fold-unfold handles make no sense.  Thus, I have to select a function  
manually if I want to send it to ocaml.

Now I chose "Line" in Input: [Selected Text] or [Line], but what I'd  
really like to choose is "Non-blank line segment around the cursor".   
I'm not sure what can I do with the [Scope] there, as scopeName  
defines the whole 'source.ocaml', AFAICU.

So, is there a way to achieve "select Non-blank line segment around  
the cursor, then send THAT to ocaml using an Eval snippet or similarly"?


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