I primarily work with HTML and XML. I find jEdit to be an amazing tool, in particular how sidekick parses and displays the markup language.
One feature that I would dearly like, is a way for me to:
i) Wrap selected lines with tags
ii) Wrap a selection with tag
1) Wrap selection with an arbitrary tag
Often time, I'm required to take multiple lines and wrap them with an arbitrary tag. Right now, I make use of beanshell macros to do this, but they are hardcoded to specific tags (like <li> or <p>). I would like to do this without having to type into a dialog box.
See image 01_jetbrains_IDEA_wrap_in_tag.png
|Submitted||taitoh - 2012-04-27 - 19:01:52z||Assigned||kerik-sf|
|2012-04-27 - 19:07:00z
2) I would like to have the option to do this across multiple lines. This is great for making individual paragraphs or list elements. I have macros that do it, but some editors on OS X (like Textmate, espresso) do this out of the box.
See image 02_Wrap_selected_lines_in_tag.png
|2012-04-27 - 19:23:39z
|Looks like a nice feature for the XML plugin.|
|2012-04-27 - 20:27:24z
I'd love to see it implemented.
|2012-04-27 - 19:01:53z
Image of Jetbrains IDEA wrapping a selection with an arbitrary tag
|2012-04-27 - 19:07:40z
Image of Espresso with Wrap selected lines in tag.