On 09/apr/06, at 16:22, Allan Odgaard wrote:
As discussed not so long ago, a problem is that when
the caret is
exactly after ‘*/’ the scope is still block.comment, since the
scope of the caret is that of the character to the left of it .
We could catch this case, and not insert anything, when in that
situation, this would make the snippet:
Thank you very much. It was really helpful. It was quite time
consuming having to "manually" deal with that issues.
My I ask why that is not enabled by default?
There is a Doxygen bundle at the svn repository.
I saw it. However it does not do no syntax highlight.
Yes. Currently it would require a (simple)
modification to the C
I don’t know which keywords Doxygen use, but we could probably ship
with markup of these by default.
I suppose it is something I could do by myself. I didn't really think
the * thing was going to be that simple (a part from the regex
hacking i could not possibly think to a simpler way).
Long-term there will be a system for keeping such
isolated in their own bundle, and only have them used, when that
bundle is enabled.
In the meantime I'd like to learn how to customize TM. I suppose I
1) read the manual sections (that is to say sections from 6 to 16 of
the manual; I suppose regexes are similar enough to standard pcre I
can have a look at them only if something does not behave as expected).
2) read through the wiki... but I did not see "a single place".
Maybe there are some user tutorials or similar things. Or would they
be in the wiki?