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Patch to Atom's bracket-matcher package (at revision 57b78b1) to look at the previous character first when matching closing punctuation
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< {position, currentPair, matchingPair} = @findCurrentPair(startPairMatches)
---
> # Look for opening punctuation, checking the current character, then the previous character.
> {position, currentPair, matchingPair} = @findCurrentPair(startPairMatches, 0, -1)
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< {position, currentPair, matchingPair} = @findCurrentPair(endPairMatches)
---
> # Look for closing punctuation, checking the previous character then the current character.
> {position, currentPair, matchingPair} = @findCurrentPair(endPairMatches, -1, 0)
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< findCurrentPair: (matches) ->
< position = @editor.getCursorBufferPosition()
---
> findCurrentPair: (matches, firstColumnOffset, secondColumnOffset) ->
> currentPosition = @editor.getCursorBufferPosition()
>
> # Look at the first character to check.
> position = currentPosition.traverse([0, firstColumnOffset])
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>
> # If the character doesn't have a pair in `matches`, look at the second character to check.
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< position = position.traverse([0, -1])
---
> position = currentPosition.traverse([0, secondColumnOffset])
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