I have been using atom for long enough, but there is one problem that I feel should be improved. While I type macros in c++ like include and use autocomplete, the # sign gets repeated, one by me and other by autocomplete. It would be great if you add this feature to atom.
Current OS: Ubuntu 18.10
Atom version: 1.32.1
Thanks in advance
Mind sharing a specific example? Please show exactly what you’re typing, what the output is, and what the snippet looks like.
I can’t help you unless you show me what the snippet looks like.
I am not using any snippet. It’s by default atom auto complete.
You may not have aimed to use a snippet, but that is what you activated.
I agree that it would be nice if Atom detected the two
# characters and deleted one.
If you type only
Inc, you will be able to see the autocomplete offer the snippet.
If you start typing
#inc you will be offered the same two snippets as seen in the picture, with the order reversed. The autocomplete however did not register the
#, only the
Consider using the
inc snippets instead of aiming to type in the whole
I have tried to construct a snippets that uses
#inc as trigger phrase. Unhappily I have not found a way to have the autocomplete give its co-operation.
Thanks for your help