Multi Carets and Filter through command issue

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Multi Carets and Filter through command issue

feek
Hi,

when having a multiple selection (Multi singe charets) and giving the Filter Through Command "seq 10", TM 2.0-beta.7.7 (nightly-build) completely hangs (force quit is necessary!, nothing in console) on my Mac with OSX 10.10.5.
When downgrading to the "normal release" 2.0-beta.7.4, everything works as expected => numbered item filled on the charet.
More people this issue?

regards,
feek
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Re: Multi Carets and Filter through command issue

feek
BTW, when the selection is a column selection, it works fine. So the issue occurs on a multiple non-regular/column selection!

Feek
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Re: Multi Carets and Filter through command issue

Graham Heath
I've seen this, I even wrote up a bug and sent it to [hidden email] but it bounced (is that email correct?).

Below is my original bug report.

Steps to reproduce: Give detailed steps on how to reproduce the problem.


Start from scratch (e.g. “1. Create a new document, 2. Change language to Ruby, 3. …”).


1. (optional) Quit Textmate, Launch Textmate

2. Create new document (Command + N) 

3. Insert some blank lines (Enter 5x)

4. Create a multiple caret selection

   1. Select some or all lines (Command + A)

   2. Switch to multiple caret mode (Press Option)

5. Run `Filter Through Command` with Command: `seq 1 5` and Result: `Replace Selection` (Command + Shift + \\) aka: (Command + |)

6. Everything should be fine. Now lets try again now that there's text on each line.

7. Create a multiple caret selection (again)

   1. Select some or all lines (Command + A)

   2. Switch to multiple caret mode (Press Option)

8. Run `Filter Through Command` with Command: `seq 1 5` and Result: `Replace Selection` (Command + Shift + \\)

9. TextMate is non-responsive


Expected result: Previously this inserted the results on the selected lines.


Actual result: Lines are not inserted, instead the app becomes non-responsive


Environment:


  OS X version: Yosemite 10.10.4


  TextMate version: 2.0-beta.7.7


  Language:

    My default new format is markdown, first observed in an HTML(djengo) document.


  Seems like a new bug, since last beta release.



On Wed, Aug 26, 2015 at 1:42 PM, feek <[hidden email]> wrote:
BTW, when the selection is a column selection, it works fine. So the issue
occurs on a multiple non-regular/column selection!

Feek



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Re: Multi Carets and Filter through command issue

feek
Hi,

the issue has been confirmed by the Textmate team today!

regards,
Feek
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Re: Multi Carets and Filter through command issue

Allan Odgaard-4
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On 26 Aug 2015, at 22:30, feek wrote:

> when having a multiple selection (Multi singe charets) and giving the
> Filter
> Through Command "seq 10", TM 2.0-beta.7.7 (nightly-build) completely
> hangs

Thanks for the report, this is now fixed in beta 7.9.

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Re: Multi Carets and Filter through command issue

feek
Allan,

tnx, for the quick fix!

regards,
Feek