On Fri, 23 Feb 2018 08:22:55 -0800 (PST)
vitalije <vitali...@gmail.com> wrote:

> a plugin with handful of universal functions for manipulating source
> code, that user can use to reshape code any way he/she likes. That
> would work for all kinds of source files.

It would be fun, although perhaps not ultimately useful ;-) to
experiment with a function in the above toolkit that tries generate
regexs bases on selected text.  So you select a unit of meaning you
want in a node in your source and run this function, and it cycles
through a few heuristics to generate regexes and reports how many more
similar blocks would be recognized by each one, with maybe a preview of
what they look like.

You could even have a preparatory command where you highlight the text
you'd want to be the node name, run the preparatory command to store
that name, then run the main function, so now at least it knows where
the name is.  Not everything has a name in that way of course.

Cheers -Terry

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