[TxMt] Request for Diff bundle

Brad Choate bchoate at gmail.com
Sun May 20 07:53:40 UTC 2007

Thanks, Michael. I was thinking about writing such a macro, but i  
wasn't satisfied that I couldn't make it process the whole document.  
This one stops after the first 18 foldings (running it again doesn't  
work since it starts with a select all command). But I changed it to  
remove the select all command and so forth so that it is repeatable  
now. The modified version is attached.

(It would also be nice if you could instruct TM to continue running a  
macro as long as a search command or other action (such as moving  
down when you're already at the end of the document) didn't fail.)

Thanks again!

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On May 20, 2007, at 12:35 AM, Michael Sheets wrote:

> On May 20, 2007, at 1:29 AM, Brad Choate wrote:
>> Again this is very tedious, especially for a large diff.  I would  
>> be very happy if someone found a way to automate this process.  
>> Ideally, it should be possible to describe a folding marker whose  
>> end is identified by the start of a new fold, but I don't think  
>> it's possible today.
> Your right it is impossible with the current folding system. We'll  
> have to wait and see if 2.0 changes that. :)
> For now this macro should do it:
> <Fold Diff Documents.tmMacro.zip>
> It beeps some at the end because I had to make it folded a lot of  
> documents, but that appears to be the only downside.
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