On 2016-05-31 10:15, Allan Odgaard wrote:
I actually have a local branch which allow commands to run on “document changed” which is designed for live HTML/Markdown preview, but could also be used for updating the gutter. Though there are some minor issues that need fixing before I can push this to master.
This is getting better and better. I absolutely love that idea :). Will there be a delay, or an option for delay, for when the command is executed? It doesn't always make sense to immediately run a command on "document changed".
That feature would go really well with inline marks, if TextMate would have that feature . It can be a bit too much "in your face" to open a new window with information just by typing in the document. The current gutter marks require one to click on the mark to display the message.
I actually implemented something similar to on "document changed" directly in TextMate. It was hardcoded to run Rubocop. Worked really well together with the inline marks. The only problem was that I had no way to hide an inline mark, and when basically all lines have a violation it got a bit too much. It's also a bit annoying to have a fork to keep up to date.