[TxMt] Re: Fw: Replace without finding
timothy.c.bates at gmail.com
Wed Jun 26 10:10:52 UTC 2013
If you do "find all" or find in selection you get a list of all the found items. click in the replace box and you see list of all the "what it will look like then" lines
On 26 Jun 2013, at 11:39, "Donald I. Macdonald" <donald_i at madasafish.com> wrote:
>> As a long-time TextMate user I've really been enjoying using the new TextMate alpha. There is one feature from 1.5 that I sorely miss -- or at least, can't see how to replicate in v2.
>> I've checked the FAQ and mailing list but can't see if this was covered before. Apologies if it has been.
>> I often use quite complex regexes on large files and I want to see what result my replace has had before moving on to the next match.
>> In v1.5 you did this by clicking "Replace" -- this enabled you to see the result of your substitution (and back out of it if needed). You then clicked "Find" to move to the next match, and so on.
>> Now however I only see a "Replace and Find" which means I have to remember the line number of the replace then manually scroll back to see if my regex did what I expected (or not).
>> Is there a new way of doing this? If so, it's not obvious to me.
>> Many thanks,
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