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Re: The most flexible alignment tool: Align Tabular

Postby Binocular222 on Sun Feb 23, 2014 5:08 am

I'm using ST3 buld 3056 - Windows 7 x32
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Re: The most flexible alignment tool: Align Tabular

Postby randy3k on Tue Feb 25, 2014 8:22 pm

Binocular222 wrote:I'm using ST3 buld 3056 - Windows 7 x32

do you still have problem with exiting the table mode?
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Re: The most flexible alignment tool: Align Tabular

Postby randy3k on Tue Feb 25, 2014 8:28 pm

Binocular222 wrote:I'm using ST3 buld 3056 - Windows 7 x32

I tested in ST3 on Windows 8 64bit and it doesn't seem do have any problems.
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Re: The most flexible alignment tool: Align Tabular

Postby sneila on Wed Mar 12, 2014 3:06 pm

using it in CSS, is there a way to add "{" as an align mode, in the right click interface?
adding it to the settings file does not seem to affect it.

(except regexp)
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Re: The most flexible alignment tool: Align Tabular

Postby randy3k on Tue Apr 01, 2014 8:10 pm

sneila wrote:using it in CSS, is there a way to add "{" as an align mode, in the right click interface?
adding it to the settings file does not seem to affect it.

(except regexp)

you can create your own `Context.sublime-menu` and put it under `User`.
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Re: The most flexible alignment tool: Align Tabular

Postby jaabell on Sat Apr 05, 2014 6:32 pm

So f*****g sexy. Imagine the possibilities!
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Re: The most flexible alignment tool: Align Tabular

Postby thetic on Sun Jun 08, 2014 11:24 pm

Hey all. I don't know much about regex, but this tool looks like it would be perfect for aligning verilog port lists. Could anyone help me figure out how to configure it to turn code like this:
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  input [17:0] SW, // write enable, write address, input data
  input [0:0] KEY, // reset
  input CLOCK_50, // 50 MHz clock
  output [0:0] LEDG, // write enable
  output [0:6] HEX7, // write address
  output [0:6] HEX6, // write address
  output [0:6] HEX5, // data in
  output [0:6] HEX4, // data in
  output [0:6] HEX3, // read address
  output [0:6] HEX2, // read address
  output [0:6] HEX1, // data output
  output [0:6] HEX0, // data output
  output [17:0] LEDR // switches

into code like this:
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  input  [17:0] SW      , // write enable, write address, input data
  input  [0 :0] KEY     , // reset
  input         CLOCK_50, // 50 MHz clock
  output [0 :0] LEDG    , // write enable
  output [0 :6] HEX7    , // write address
  output [0 :6] HEX6    , // write address
  output [0 :6] HEX5    , // data in
  output [0 :6] HEX4    , // data in
  output [0 :6] HEX3    , // read address
  output [0 :6] HEX2    , // read address
  output [0 :6] HEX1    , // data output
  output [0 :6] HEX0    , // data output
  output [17:0] LEDR      // switches

Thanks.
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Re: The most flexible alignment tool: Align Tabular

Postby randy3k on Tue Jun 10, 2014 9:49 am

it is hard to align table with missing values. My suggestion is to use
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\s*

and then edit the table manually for the missing cells.
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