[TxMt] Re: [TM2] selection behavior
frank.leigh at btopenworld.com
Thu May 10 09:50:54 UTC 2012
I don't see the advantage of including the $ when selecting a variable. Yes
sometimes it is very handy to include the $ but other times it is a complete
nuisance, especially when creating associative arrays from from pasting a
variables name. I guess the perfect solution is pressing shift, double click
to include the $ or something along those lines.
My copy of TM2 includes the $ and I really want it to behave like TM1 in
this respect. Does anyone know how to make it NOT include the $ when double
clicking a variable?
Gerd Knops-2 wrote:
> TM2 still appears to have the same troublesome selection behavior TM1 has.
> As an example take this line in Perl:
> die("$self failed to implement ".(caller(0)));
> Ideally I could select '$self' by double-clicking. For that to work I
> would need to tell TM2 that $ is a word character in Perl, per grammar
> word character definitions are needed. (That may be there already, but I
> can't find it being mentioned anywhere.)
> Now double-clicking on 'self' and moving the mouse to the left to add the
> '$' doesn't work because it adds '("$'. TM2 should treat non-word
> characters as individual characters instead of grouping them together into
> a "word" when extending a selection that started with a double-click.
> Similarly it is impossible to select 'caller(0)' by double-clicking
> 'caller' and extending to the right, instead one ends up with
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