On 22. Dec 2006, at 03:06, Ryan Wilcox wrote:
I'd like to propose two additions to the C
First, an easy snippet: typedef. [...]
Second, a modification on an old favorite: the class snippet.
Most of the classes I write are subclasses of something else.
Except the class snippet echos my colon and subclass declaration.
Meaning, I end up with class declarations like: [...]
I just did this checkin:
• add typedef snippet (with tab trigger ‘td’)
• change tab trigger for class and struct to ‘cl’ and ‘st’
respectively (semi-consistent with ‘ns’ and ‘td’)
• make the class snippet strip potential “ : public base_class”
from first placeholder when mirroring it down in the constructor/
Since most of the classes I write are not derived classes, I went for
the “strip the public bit in the constructor” rather than make a
placeholder for the base class (which I would then always have to