[TxMt] Re: Creating A Simple Bundle
timothy.c.bates at gmail.com
Wed Mar 23 16:20:16 UTC 2011
All you do is set the scope selector for each snippet and command you create to "text.html, source.php” or something similar
You don’t need to give your bundle a language file: html files will automatically run the html bundle language definition.
Easy: then drop the bundle in svn or something so your buddies can sync to updates you or they implement as it grows
On 23 Mar 2011, at 4:13 PM, Mark Parson wrote:
> I'm wanting to create a series of snippets and commands associated with editing a certain type of html file. I'd like these to be portable to the rest of my team, and rather than placing these snppets / commands in the html bundle, I'd like to create a new bundle that "extends" the html bundle. ie: the language definition is empty except for a directive that this is html.
> I assume this should be pretty simple. The main question I have is how I should set up the language definition.
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