[TxMt] Chunked undo, Language, overall slowness

Graeme Mathieson mathie at woss.name
Mon Sep 5 11:44:54 UTC 2005

On 4 Sep 2005, at 21:22, Steve Weintraub wrote:

> 1) The undo behavior. I read an earlier digest that standard OS  
> "chunk" undos were planned, but I don't see this pref anywhere. Is  
> there a plist command that will turn on chunk undos, and if not,  
> will this feature be coming soon? Having to hit cmnd-z 34 times in  
> a row is tiresome...

FWIW, I'd just like to add a 'me too' for some sort of chunked undo  

> 2) While I can pick the language of a file independent of the  
> filename, some command behaviors appears to be tied to the  
> filename. For example, I have foo.php which is mostly straight html  
> code, but since the filename is .php, unComment give me php  
> comments, not html. Shouldn't it be possible to have the commands  
> tied to the language choice?

Ah.  That might explain why, when editing Zope Page Templates  
(extension .zpt, which I force to being HTML since they mostly are),  
trying to comment something out results in it being commented out  
with '#' at the start of the line, rather than <!-- ... -->, which it  
does correctly when I'm editing a plain HTML (extension .html) file?   
Does anybody know of a workaround?
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