[TxMt] Re: jump history

Gerd Knops gerti-textmate at bitart.com
Wed Aug 27 18:59:24 UTC 2008

On Aug 27, 2008, at 12:36 PM, Thomas Aylott wrote:

> I usually use cmd-z, cmd-shift-z toundo and redo your last edit.
> That'll move your cursor back there.
> There is no way to really do what you want though.
> I did once try and built something that would do that, but I found it
> impossible without making a plugin or something. And I have no clue
> how to make a plugin.
Even with a plugin that is near impossible. I tried, because before TM  
I used jEdit, and had written just such a plugin that would show me a  
clickable list of the last N positions, complete with context of  
configurable size. That was extremely useful when working on complex  
code, and I really miss that feature.


> —Thomas Aylott / subtleGradient
> On Aug 26, 2008, at 9:07 AM, chad gulley wrote:
>> i've been using textmate for a few months now.  i'm a vim
>> convert... ;-)
>> anyway, i've found a replacement for almost everything except vim's
>> ability to hit ctrl-o and ctrl-i to go forward and backward in the
>> "jump history".  does anyone know how to accomplish this in textmate?
>> or maybe just jump back to previous position?  i know bookmarks can  
>> do
>> basically the same thing...it's just nice to have when you realized
>> you forgot to set a bookmark.
>> thanks.
>> chad
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