[TxMt] Re: Insert todo with ruby idents =begin and =end

Allan Odgaard mailinglist at textmate.org
Tue Jun 24 22:00:54 UTC 2008

On 21 Jun 2008, at 03:29, Vesa-Pekka Palmu wrote:

> A annoyance with the insert todo -macro and ruby is that if the  
> cursor is
> indended when using it it places the =begin and =end tags at the  
> current
> level. The problem is that ruby only regognizes them at the start of  
> the
> line.
> [...]
> I haven't had the time to look at the insert-todo code too much so I  
> can't
> provide a patch, but the correct behaviour would be to make sure that
> there is no whitespace before the comment block tags.

The command is language neutral and I didn’t allow for any way to  
communicate “must be at begin of line”, which is not something you  
always want (e.g. in C it makes perfect sense to keep the comment  

So there is no simple fix, rather, it will have to be made more  
complex just to special-case Ruby¹, and only when the user starts a to- 
do not at column 0.

Personally not going to make that change, sorry ;)

¹ I think also Perl.

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