double-click selection has been added, very nicely thank you.
Problem is, the selection region is space-delimited.
A frequent example I deal with, grep -Hn output:
../path/to/filename.cpp:819:#define FOO(x) bar + x
If I double-click on, say, "filename.cpp," then I get the whole path, *plus* the ":819:#define" which I'm not interested in.
It would be helpful to configure the selection mechanism to limit itself to whitespace + certain "boundary" characters, like ':'
Happily, this wheel has already been invented, and should be available in some library somewhere. Unfortunately, I don't know what library this would be, but I can point to an example, the TeraTerm project available at http://ttssh2.sourceforge.jp. I'm attaching a screenshot of its configuration window.
the free PuTTY app has a similar selection configuration, but its configuration is more obscure, and I don't think it's opensource, anyway.
p.s. Thanks for all the work!
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