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Created May 30, 2013
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# buffer editing for both ST2 and ST3 that "just works"
import sublime
import sublime_plugin
from collections import defaultdict
except AttributeError:
sublime.edit_storage = {}
class EditStep:
def __init__(self, cmd, *args):
self.cmd = cmd
self.args = args
def run(self, view, edit):
if self.cmd == 'callback':
return self.args[0](view, edit)
funcs = {
'insert': view.insert,
'erase': view.erase,
'replace': view.replace,
func = funcs.get(self.cmd)
if func:
func(edit, *self.args)
class Edit:
defer = defaultdict(dict)
def __init__(self, view):
self.view = view
self.steps = []
def step(self, cmd, *args):
step = EditStep(cmd, *args)
def insert(self, point, string):
self.step('insert', point, string)
def erase(self, region):
self.step('erase', region)
def replace(self, region, string):
self.step('replace', region, string)
def callback(self, func):
self.step('callback', func)
def run(self, view, edit):
for step in self.steps:, edit)
def __enter__(self):
return self
def __exit__(self, type, value, traceback):
view = self.view
if sublime.version().startswith('2'):
edit = view.begin_edit()
key = str(hash(tuple(self.steps)))
sublime.edit_storage[key] =
view.run_command('apply_edit', {'key': key})
class apply_edit(sublime_plugin.TextCommand):
def run(self, edit, key):
sublime.edit_storage.pop(key)(self.view, edit)
with Edit(view) as edit:
edit.insert(0, 'hi\n')
edit.insert(0, 'more stuff\n')
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