[TxMt] HTML Bundle in Version 1.5.5 (1383)

Roger Roelofs roger.roelofs at gmail.com
Tue May 1 00:17:46 UTC 2007


On Apr 30, 2007, at 7:47 PM, Philip Plante wrote:

> The reason I do this is because previously Textmate would turn off  
> syntax highlighting for anything between {literal} and {/literal}.   
> So I found that if you wrapped it in comments then it canceled  
> out.  But now that this new update has come out it has changed that  
> behavior again.
>>> Here is an example of my code:
>>> <!--{literal}-->
>>> <script language="javascript">
>>> 	function foo() {
>>> 		return "bar";
>>> 	}
>>> </script>
>>> <!--{/literal}-->

Use this instead (notice the spaces in the commenets) and you will  
get the same behavior.

<!-- {literal} -->
<script language="javascript">
   function foo() {
     return "bar";
<!-- {/literal} -->

I rarely put script/style elements in my pages (except to reference  
external documents), so I had never noticed this before.  Thanks for  
helping me see this.

Roger Roelofs

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