Sublime Text 2 is a text editor for OS X, Linux and Windows, currently in beta.
Also replace should popup also with ctrl+f (to be honest, most of the times you search something when coding you need to do a replace afterwords, so popiung up the replace dialog is a good idea imo).
The buttons in the search and replace boxes should have a highlighted letter, so that they are accessible via a keyboard combination - for example you search for a word, then enter the replacement for that word and then hit lets say alt+r for replace, and alt+a for replace all (key combinations are of course just a suggestions)
ST 2, Build 2181
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Hi, I just stumbled upon SublimeText today. There is a programming language I use called NCL (http://www.ncl.ucar.edu).
I would like to use this editor with it. The NCL group provides a link where any group can create a plugin for their editor here, http://www.ncl.ucar.edu/Applications/editor.shtml#textmate
Is it possible someone at SublimeText could do this? I don't know how.
I will try to do so in 10 days.
diff --git a/a b/XML.tmLanguage
index 9438f60..bbb5823 100644
@@ -109,6 +109,15 @@
In Erlang, fun is not only a keyword for lambdas, but can also be used in -spec macro directives.
-spec for_house_of(Type :: row|column|box, Pos :: integer(), AccStart :: X, Fun :: fun((Pos :: integer(), Acc::X) -> (Y)) ) -> [Y].
This breaks syntax highlighting afterwards though (because Sublime text thinks we're in an anonymous function that has never been ended).
(multiline or single line -spec doesn't matter).
It can be fixed by ignoring the fun keyword if it follows two colons in this case:
Erlang.tmLanguage, line 699
This is only a hack though, because the parameter spec could also be unnamed:
-spec for_house_of(Type :: row|column|box, integer(), X, fun((integer(), X) -> (Y)) ) -> [Y].
Paste the following text in to ST2 then put cursors after the braces. Press tab:
It produces the following output:
I'd like to be able to configure the behavior (e.g. timeout, number of saves, whatever) of the password prompt for saving documents that require superuser privileges.
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