[TxMt] Recreating bbinclude in TextMate?

Brad Choate bchoate at gmail.com
Wed Aug 9 07:09:09 UTC 2006

I've just checked in support for whatever comment delimiters that are  
supported by the language of the file being edited. So... for  
instance, in a LaTeX document, you can say...

% #tminclude "/path/to/include"
% end tminclude

Or, in a CSS document...

/* #tminclude "/path/to/include" */
/* end tminclude */

The placeholder syntax itself is the same for all documents... "#name#"

For now, the include/update commands are still bound to the HTML  
bundle, but that may change if this becomes more popular I suppose.  
You can select it manually through the HTML bundle, or use the cmd 
+ctrl+t "select bundle item" window to find the commands (type "API"  
or "UPDOC" in caps to find these commands irrespective of the active  


On Aug 7, 2006, at 12:21 PM, Peder Axensten wrote:

> On 5 aug 2006, at 05.29, James Edward Gray II wrote:
>> On Aug 4, 2006, at 11:53 AM, Brad Choate wrote:
>>> I had thought of generalizing it further... but what other  
>>> documents would be likely to use it? Most scripting languages  
>>> should be using their native include/require commands instead of  
>>> something like this, IMHO.
>> Hmm, you do have a very good point there.  Perhaps it isn't needed.
> I would certainly find very good use for it in both LaTeX and  
> Matlab. There are ways to call other files, but often I need to  
> deliver everything in one file. Oh, I'd love it!
> BTW, the BBEdit placeholder #relative# is ignored?
> /Peder Axensten
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