On 2 Sep 2009, at 07:22, Mark Fletcher wrote:
I code in C++. When I try to re-indent a selected
chunk of code,
-> Indent Selection, it seems to do the wrong thing for any code that
appears after comment lines. Am I doing it wrong?
Afraid this is to be expected. It has a set of rules on how to adjust
the indent based on line-by-line matching. Block-comments does not fit
well into this system.
Also, is there any way to invoke Make from within
Yes, there is a nice Make bundle: http://svn.textmate.org/trunk/Bundles/Make.tmbundle/
— presently we do not include it by default, but I think we
I think the Make bundle by default has “make” on ⌘B and unscoped.
If you have the Xcode bundle, that one may eclipse it for C++ sources,
so disable that bundle (bundle editor).
And finally, is there a gdb mode for debugging apps,
like Emacs has?
That there is not, sorry.