[TxMt] Reformat paragraph and the LaTeX mode

Marco Kuhlmann mk at mcqm.net
Mon Jan 9 09:59:13 UTC 2006

     Thanks, Haris, for your reply.

Am 09.01.2006 um 00:30 schrieb Charilaos Skiadas:

> This command is for plain text files. You can try the "tidy"  
> command in the LaTeX bundle (bound to ctrl-shift-h I think), though  
> I am not sure it does exactly what you want. I think it will try to  
> tidy the entire document though, which might not be exactly what  
> you need.

No, tidy does not really do what I want to achieve here.  I also must  
admit that the LaTeX bundle's authors' idea of tidyness does not  
really match mine ... ;-)

> In general, the LaTeX and Source bundles are the places to look at  
> for LaTeX related tasks.

I browsed through the bundle's help files, but could not find  
anything that would come close to what I have in mind.

Reformat Paragraph is really close to what I want, and in fact would  
be exactly what I want, if a paragraph would indeed be a logical  
LaTeX paragraph (rather than a textual paragraph) for Textmate.  (The  
command even has almost the same key binding as in Emacs!)

So do I get you right that it is not possible for a language  
definition to specify what it counts as a paragraph?


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