[TxMt] Source.tmbundle "Continue line comment" snippet

Charilaos Skiadas skiadas at math.uchicago.edu
Sat Jun 25 00:06:27 UTC 2005

On Jun 24, 2005, at 6:50 PM, Jonathan Ragan-Kelley wrote:

> Sorry for being stupid, but could someone please tell me what the -^-
> character that's the default keyboard shortcut for the Continue line
> comment snippet in the Source bundle actually corresponds to on the
> keyboard?  It's #^C (as in the actual single character '^C', not '^'
> followed by 'C') as rendered by less on the ascii plist.  I've made a
> number of educated guesses, but all to no avail.  This is just making
> me feel stupid.  I could rebind it, but my experience has generally
> been that the defaults for things like this are actually quite clever,
> and I like to know what they are before choosing something else.

I believe that's "enter", i.e. fn+return, which as you point out is  
indeed pretty clever, given that it's close to return, which would  
just move you to the next line. Enter does it in an intelligent way.
> Thanks.
> -jrk


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