pete at lcsql.com
Sat Jan 3 15:23:29 EST 2015
I finally got replaceText working although still not sure why it returned a
I had to include "(?m)" at the start of the regex in order to to make it
work in multiline mode.
The "^" at the start of my regex means "start of line" but unless you are
in multiline mode, line breaks aren't recognized by regex.
Doc Hawkins: As others have pointed out, you could have an if statement
with breakpoint on the same line or another statement before it separated
by a semicolon. However, this code will only ever examine my own scripts so
I can make sure that breakpoints only ever appear on a line on their own.
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On Sat, Jan 3, 2015 at 11:14 AM, J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com>
> On 1/3/2015 1:06 PM, Peter M. Brigham wrote:
>> Well, you actually can do this:
>> if the shiftkey is down then breakpoint
>> Whether you should is another matter.
> Oh right. So instead of my other suggestion:
> filter tScript without "*breakpoint*"
> It will destroy any lines that incorporate semicolons to add a second
> command statement to the same line though.
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