[TxMt] Re: Feature suggestion, unless it is already here

Chris Rebert textmate at rebertia.com
Fri Jun 26 18:33:03 UTC 2009

On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 11:16 AM, Scott Haneda<talklists at newgeo.com> wrote:
> I caught this on a thread in reddit I think.  Watch the animated image:
> http://code-and-hacks.blogspot.com/2009/06/stealing-from-padre-for-vim.html
> Something like this would be very cool.  I know I can do it with find
> and replace, but having a command that was aware of the scope you are
> in, and only altering the variables you want within that scope, and
> narrowed to that specific variable would be super nice.
> Not something I would use all the time, but I have a habit of slamming
> out some pretty off the top of my head code.  To be able to go back,
> and give nice logical well thought names, and have those changes not
> break my code, would be a great addition.
> Anyone cone close to this in TextMate today?

This could be implemented in a bundle by leveraging existing external
refactoring tools/libraries (e.g.
http://bicyclerepair.sourceforge.net/ for Python).
I don't think it's appropriate as a core feature, but it is a good
suggestion for a new bundle.


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