On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 09:48, John Yeates <textmate2(a)warmvomit.co.uk> wrote:
On Thursday February 09 2012, Martin Kühl
You can basically do the same thing. There's a command for stripping
trailing whitespace in the Text bundle, it's called "Remove Trailing
Spaces in Document / Selection". Just duplicate that and set "Save" to
Doesn't that save the current document when the command is run, rather
than running the command when the document is saved, though?
That's correct. The idea is to replace default ⌘S behaviour does with
What I'm looking for is a way of hooking the Save
command so that the
whitespace stripper is run just before saving, regardless of whether I
pressed Cmd-S, chose Save from the File menu, or selected Save in the
dialog when closing a document with unsaved changes.
I see. Those are definitely not possible with TM1; maybe Allan will
consider adding the necessary hooks to TM2, but designing a good hooking
system takes time.