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a dot should be a word-boundary when using <alt> + <left> or <alt> + <right> #96

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qwesda opened this Issue Oct 21, 2015 · 4 comments

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qwesda commented Oct 21, 2015

I sometimes try to select the table name without the schema (or vice-versa) using <alt> + <shift> + <left | right>, but I always end up selecting the table name and the schema. Double clicking correctly recognises the dot as a word boundary and selects only the schema or the table name.

@jakob jakob added the bug label Dec 4, 2015

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qwesda commented Nov 20, 2017

Any chance this might make it into the next version ... was just about to report this one again but searched the issues before reporting.

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postico-bot commented Mar 15, 2018

We have been working on this issue!

jakob: Improved word boundary detection #96

Download Build B2477, or check out the list of recent builds.

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qwesda commented Mar 15, 2018

works as expected for now - will report if I notice something off, thx!

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qwesda commented Mar 22, 2018

found a place where it's not working

    RETURNS void
    LANGUAGE 'sql'
    VOLATILE SECURITY DEFINER
    PARALLEL UNSAFE
    COST 100
AS $BODY$ 
	UPDATE my_schema.my_table
	SET value = NULL;
$BODY$;

When you put the cursor behind my_table the cursor jumps over the ..

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