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I use text objects with evil like "i(" for the contents of the brackets. I would quite like "magic code aware text objects"?

This textobject would:

  • return the entire function if I was at a function
  • return the entire class if I was at a class
  • return the switch if I was at an "if/elif" block

etc.

Is there a way to do this task that does not consist of completely implementing it myself?

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May be https://github.com/meain/evil-textobj-tree-sitter can fit your need.

Take a look at Doom Emacs' tree-sitter module config for examples.

But if you need something so DWIMmy instead of vi's preferred explicit approach, IMO tree-sitter & expand-region : tree-sitter-mark-bigger-node should be more appropriate for you.

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    That very much looks like what I am after thanks.
    – Att Righ
    Nov 3, 2022 at 10:32

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