Subject: textpow 0.9.1 Released


#1

textpow version 0.9.1 has been released!

A library for parsing TextMate[http://macromates.com/] bundles.

Changes:

0.9.1 / 2007-06-14


#2

Dizan V. wrote:

textpow version 0.9.1 has been released!

A library for parsing TextMate[http://macromates.com/] bundles.

Changes:

0.9.1 / 2007-06-14

Hmmmm, can you explain how multiple subtractions in scopes work?

I assume you’re talking about something like:
source.ruby - string - text.html.basic

Two questions:
(1) have you seen this come up in practice, and where?
(2) How are you interpreting this? As
source.ruby - (string - text.html.basic)
or
(source.ruby - string) - text.html.basic
or as something else entirely?

best
Dan


#3

Dizan V. wrote:

Well, I’ve found them while debugging the Brilliance themes in
ultraviolet, they include many uses of this.

Yes, I see them now. OK thanks for the tip.

To be more precise: if any individual scope which is preceded by a
minus sign matches, then the score for the whole expression is zero
regardless of the non-minus matches.

Seems reasonable.

many thanks,
Dan


#4

Two questions:
(1) have you seen this come up in practice, and where?

Well, I’ve found them while debugging the Brilliance themes in
ultraviolet, they include many uses of this.

(2) How are you interpreting this? As
source.ruby - (string - text.html.basic)
or
(source.ruby - string) - text.html.basic
or as something else entirely?

As

(source.ruby - string) - text.html.basic

To be more precise: if any individual scope which is preceded by a
minus sign matches, then the score for the whole expression is zero
regardless of the non-minus matches.

Cheers,

Dizan