Okay, so on my end Emmet now has bind the command to
The main issue I still have is I can only type html element name as the abbreviation, I cannot specify any class or id, and have to manually add them afterwards.
IMO this is the whole point of the “Wrap in tag” command that is found in sublime text: you hit
^W and then type anything you want in the opening tag, class, id and whatever-you-need included, the command is smart enough to figure out that only the first word in the abbreviation is the tag name, and automatically uses it in the closing tag.
I’m using Atom for a full web project I have and while I find a few stuff very awesome, I’m lacking much of my productivity helpers from sublime text. If I wasn’t such a nerd and did not want to fully test Atom’s potential, I would have gone back to Sublime to finish my project. On and on I feel that Atom is still a little young compared to ST, but I’m happy to see how fast it’s evolving.
I am indeed looking forward for a good implementation of this tiny but hours saving command.