Thanks for getting involved, guys. I appreciate it,
kgrossjo has it mostly right. In the example of <foo>x</foo>:
If only the “x” was selected, I’d like to create a way to add a “#” to each side of it, making <foo>#x#</foo>.
Or if it was all selected, “#<foo>x</foo>#”.
But I have a number of wrapper strings.
Ok, Ok, I admit it. I’m a ColdFusion programmer.
That means I’d like to select some text and wrap it in <cfoutput>My Selected Text Here</cfoutput>, among other things.
The idea of working around a selected block of text seems pretty basic to me. Am I missing something, or is this difficult in Atom?
BTW, I’m very pleased with Atom. I have five, count 'em five code editors, and it’s only a sliver away from being my top one.
Keystroke macros would be welcome.
Thanks again for your interest.