An emacs minor mode to surround the region with smart delimiters interactively.
Lay siege to the region from both sides!
(with the power of regular expressions)
When the region is active, most input¹ is redirected to the minibuffer and
treated as a delimiter for the region. The input is used as the left delimiter
from which the right one is derived using
siege-transform-regexs applied to
tokens generated by
siege-boundary-list' and siege-block-*
. If such derivations are not desired they may be disabled via "C-c a" in the minibuffer or by default (siege-default-derive
). This process may be explicitly invoked by calling siege-explicit-call`, bound to "M-s M-s".
All changes are dynamically displayed in the buffer (see
and may be committed by "Ret" in the minibuffer. It is also possible to commit
the input on "space" as set by
siege-default-end-on-space and toggled by
"C-c s" in the minibuffer.
By default siege-mode understands the usual delimeter pairs, as well as latex
LaTeX begin/end pairs and left/right pairs. Moreover, for ease of use it will
} by default.
To install the package, you use quelpa-use-package
(use-package siege-mode :ensure quelpa :quelpa (siege-mode :repo "tslilc/siege-mode" :fetcher github))
¹ siege-mode remaps
self-insert-command so that key-presses which would
otherwise simply insert a character trigger delimiter input. This would seem to
be the best compromise between usability and unobtrusiveness, but the author is
certainly open to suggestion.