On 14 Nov 2007, at 02:03, Roberto Saccon wrote:
Hans-Jörg, thanks for our explanations.
Ok, I understand now that I should only use it for private purposes.
Regarding to your Erlang enhancements: What do you want to improve by
using TMTOOLS? Maybe, there are other ways.
This is what I would use TMTOOLS for:
1) after having parsed compiler error output, highlight the region of
the error and move caret there
Well, AFAIK the error output of Erlang is something like:
./test.erl:5: syntax error before:foo
I suppose you will output the error messages in an HTML window. To
jump to a given file and a given line you can use TextMate's URL scheme.
see at http://macromates.com/textmate/manual/
using_textmate_from_terminal section 21.2
Each error would be written as an HTML link à la: <a href="txmt://
open/?url=file://./test.erl&line=5">test.erl:5: syntax error
You wrote "...highlight the region of the error ...". This would mean
you have a specific range. But AFAIK one only gets the line number.
Or am I wrong?
2) source code manipulation such as refactoring,
based on AST
Which TMTOOLS function do you would need for that?