I’m trying to get bash to inject a language for an eval statement. This is a relatively common use-case that I’d love to see highlighted but I don’t seem to be able to put any kind of predicates.
As an example, given the following command for filetype bash,
psql -U username -d mydatabase -c 'SELECT * FROM mytable'
and the following query,
( command name:(command_name (word) @cmd) (#eq? @cmd "psql") argument: (word) @arg (#eq? @arg "-c") argument: (raw_string) @sql (#offset! @sql 0 1 0 -1) )
I would expect the sql statement to be pulled out and highlighted. It doesn’t do anything at all. If I set the query to JUST below, it works:
command argument: (raw_string) @sql (#offset! @sql 0 1 0 -1) )
But this doesn’t change the style based on the command being run, it will just highlight any raw string as sql.
Any way to get this working?