On 28 Aug 2013, at 10:34, David Hislop wrote:
Selecting the following text strings and pressing
Ctrl+T -> the
resulting string, which seems incorrect […]
Control-T has always been “reverse the selection” when multiple
characters on a single line was selected, which is what your output
shows, so correct behavior.
I recently made it detect a few cases of “two items separated by
something” and made it swap those two items, but the ways in which you
can have two items separated by something is infinite, so there are many
cases not catched by the current pattern.
You can always do two (discontinuous) selections and press ⌃T to swap,
or you can submit a pull request to improve the pattern matching, the
relevant code is here:
with corresponding tests here