Does anybody know of a way or a package that can recognize
> when occuring in template contexts and automatically writes a
> either right after the
< or after the selected region when typing a
<? (In other words, that behaves just as normal paren completion.)
I know that
>are ambiguous if not evaluated in context and that this might therefore not be possible, that's why I am asking if anybody knows of a solution.
If however not all cases can be covered for technical reasons at least some would be possible, for example whenever
< is typed right after
template or when a block is selected that stands after
template. And maybe some other cases.