pierodancona at gmail.com
Tue Sep 26 09:27:37 UTC 2006
one never really escapes the escape tunnel.
I have a new problem with escapes.
>From the command line I can ask
TextMate to insert a backslash:
osascript -s 'tell app "TextMate" to insert "\"'
contained in an a href link. But I can not find the
correct way to escape things. Allan's suggestion
works perfectly with ordinary text; the following
/dev/null -e 'tell app \"TextMate\" to insert
\"TEXTTOINSERT\"' &", null);">
produces a link TEXTOFLINK and when I click on it,
TEXTTOINSERT is inserted into TextMate. But if
TEXTTOINSERT contains a backslash, it is ignored.
A pity since I want to insert a tex command...
What should I write instead of TEXTTOINSERT to
get, say, "\eqref" to be inserted? Yes, I am escape-blind.
Thanks for any help,
PS hm... no one seems to like my new idea for label
completion. I'll keep it for personal use :)
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