On 18 Nov 2018, at 11:34, Timothy Bates wrote:
Thanks twould be great: one often wants the command to
look out into
line for something else to align once an initial assign is aligned.
I didn’t get around to making it advance through the alignment
operators, but I just pushed a version which includes `<-` as an
alignment character, sorry for the wait.
I forget how much I wrote about my reworked Align Assignments, but it
has really worked great for me, something I really love is the ability
to detect indentation and keep the changes within the current level, for
example with something like this:
while post = posts.shift
title = post.title
body = post.body
Using `⌥⌘]` in the body will not be confused by the assignment on
the first line.
Likewise for data structures we may have something like:
title: "My title",
body: "Some body"
Again, using `⌥⌘]` in the middle works as expected :)