I have written some code to centrally design editor snippets for different IDEs, primarily for our main tools at the moment:
- Emacs (yasnippet format looks like baby YAML)
- Komodo (builtin format looks like JSON*).
Problem: Emacs allows to choose from a list of values from a drop-down
at tabstops. (Here another example from textmate (or atom?)
I have problems to find this in Komodo, but I'm only an occasional user.
Any experts here?
[[%ask:QUESTION:DEFAULT]] element shows a dialog with a dropdown arrow, but I don't seem to be able to fill in multiple values ...
PS: That's only slightly OT, since the snippet generator is in Perl and the snippets produce Perl.
*) XML was in textmate ...
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