[TxMt] Perl indentation question
throw-away-1 at macromates.com
Fri May 11 15:41:33 UTC 2007
On 11. May 2007, at 16:43, André Cruz wrote:
>> Basically the defaults just increase/decrease indent when seeing
> Since Perl has no specific config, can't you just copy C's for now?
> It's better than the current config...
I can copy the one from C, but do you think that is better?
For example C will indent after for, while, etc. w/o braces, but I
don’t think that should be the case in Perl.
You can always duplicate the Indentation preferences (from the C
bundle), change the scope selector to source.perl, and let me know if
it works out well, then I’ll make the change to the default bundle.
> Also, regarding the Tidy command on the Perl bundle, it works on
> the file rather than the buffer and does not mandate that the file
> be saved. Also it doesn't deal well with UTF8 chars on the output
> of perltidy. I altered the command to:
I think Ciaren will update this command with one that works on the
buffer (rather than the file).
> As long as I have your attention, is there a workaround for people
> like me that edit projects remotely via sshfs and every-time the
> textmate window gains focus it freezes for up to 5s? sshfs is the
> perfect companion to textmate, even version control works remotely
> but the delay makes it unusable.
More information about the textmate