- Feb 7View Source--...> FWIW I would like to be able to define text objects in terms of
> 'syntax objects' (yes I just made that term up, I mean primarily
> the piece of text seleced by a :syn match or :syn region as
> identified by the syntax group it is connected with)....
That's actually an interesting idea. I'm not sure how useful it would be though. Looking at some local code files the regions with common syntax are usually strings, comments or single words. All of which can be operated on with default text objects.
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