[TxMt] Mass editing the bundle scope
nate at shift22.com
Tue Jan 8 22:18:39 UTC 2008
So just to confirm, that's the only option? There's no way to mass edit a
bundle's scope and have it stick?
Thomas Aylott - subtleGradient wrote:
> On Jan 8, 2008, at 2:19 PM, Nate Cavanaugh wrote:
>> Ah, very true, so I guess I misspoke a bit on exactly what I needed.
>> That works great for pure JS files.
>> I suppose what I need is for the language scope to be the same for
>> JS as well, not just solely JS files.
>> However, changing the language of doesn't seem to apply on a
>> language by
>> language basis, hence my desire to edit the bundle.
>> But that's why I'm asking you guys :)
>> Is there a way to accomplish this for embedded JS as well as JS files?
> The current version of TextMate 1.5.x simply cannot technically handle
> too many levels of embedded languages.
> jQuery doesn't know how it is embedded into something else. Every
> Many library syntaxes like jQuery aren't written to easily allow
> themselves to be embedded inside another language.
> embed eachother and inherit and whatnot.
> HTML) and then change it to embed jQuery instead.
> It probably will make a terrible mess and won't work at first, but you
> might just get it working eventually.
> I have quite a number of modified HTML syntaxes for embedding
> different things in different ways.
> —Thomas Aylott – subtleGradient—
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