jps wrote:Check that:
A) You have a .tmLanguage file for jQuery
B) Inside the .tmLanguage file, it has one or more entries in the <fileTypes> array
You're probably aware of this, but just to be sure, you can confine all package specific bindings to a relevant keymap
Luckily I wrote a bindings/commands converter the other week for ZenCoding so it's a 10 second job to convert the jQuery folder.
If for whatever reason you want to use binding contexts other than just a <scope> selector or you want to use regex bindings (not yet in S2) you can't use <tabTrigger>
If for some reason you've written a plugin command (preserving relative indentation of $SELECTION etc) that adds extra functionality surrounding inserting snippets you can't use <tabTrigger>
If you have a few k snippets, it's a lot quicker to parse key map files to get an aggregate list of bindings, without having to track modifications.
...if there's a way to record 'b' as yielding 'both' and 'bottom' in different circumstances.
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