Chris Van Cleve | 1 May 02:27 2006

Re: SC integration?

Just a question: What benefit would be provided over the plugin method?

Chris

On Apr 30, 2006, at 5:45 PM, Timothy Reaves wrote:

> 	Are there any plans to actually integrate source control (SVN,  
> CVS) into TextMate, versus the plugin model that it currently uses?
>
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ganon | 1 May 04:18 2006
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Re: ExpressionEngine bundle

thanks a lot for this Chris...i will definitely be taking this for a  
test drive, as i am using ExpressionEngine for a few of my current  
projects...keep us updated with any enhancements/additions you make  
to it....

Chris Ruzin | 1 May 05:22 2006
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Re: ExpressionEngine bundle

I've now got the bundle ready for download on my Web site. You can read more 
about it here:

http://www.chrisruzin.net/entry/textmate_expressionengine_bundle/

You can also download the bundle directly here:

http://www.chrisruzin.net/downloads/ExpressionEngine.tmbundle.zip

By the way, the bundle on my site is a little newer than the one in this 
mailinglist. It has a few more snippets added to it.

- Chris

ganon wrote:
> thanks a lot for this Chris...i will definitely be taking this for a 
> test drive, as i am using ExpressionEngine for a few of my current 
> projects...keep us updated with any enhancements/additions you make to 
> it....
> 
> 
> 

Trevor Harmon | 1 May 05:33 2006

Re: Active4D bundle has taken over HTML

On Apr 28, 2006, at 8:45 PM, Aparajita Fishman wrote:

>> For this reason, only one bundle should claim an extension, as you  
>> probably figured by now, Aparajita.
>
> Yes, I have been suitably chastened.

LOL...

Okay, to prevent further chastising -- and sharpen my Ruby skills a  
little -- I wrote a script that will look through a list of bundles  
and print any file extension collisions. Maybe there's some way it  
can be configured to run after each check-in.

Trevor

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Sean Schertell | 1 May 07:44 2006
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Re: A Static Gutter?

I too would really love to see the drawer not pop-up on seemingly  
random sides of interface -- I know it's not actually random but it  
still sucks (what was Apple thinking?).

On that same note, it sure would be nice if the drawer worked more  
like Mail, iTunes, Yojimbo, skEdit and many other sweeet Cocoa apps  
that let you resize the drawer by dragging its dividing line rather  
than its edge.  For example in iTunes, if I can't see the full name  
of the playlist, I can just drag the line inward a bit, read the  
thing that was truncated, then move the line back.  Done.  In TM if I  
need to make the drawer wider, I have to start by dragging the entire  
application window to make room for the drawer to open wider.  Not a  
huge deal, but definitely detracts from the overall usability and  
slickness of TM.

</my 2 cents>

Also, just out of curiosity... Does anyone out there actually use the  
drawer on the right side of the app window?

Sean

On May 1, 2006, at 1:50 AM, Domenico Carbotta wrote:

>
> Il giorno 30/apr/06, alle ore 18:05, Mark Huot ha scritto:
>
>> Hello,
>> Is there anyway for texmate to have the gutter stick to the left  
>> side of the window even when scrolling horizontally?  I've seen it  
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Trevor Harmon | 1 May 08:31 2006

Re: A Static Gutter?

On Apr 30, 2006, at 10:44 PM, Sean Schertell wrote:

> Also, just out of curiosity... Does anyone out there actually use  
> the drawer on the right side of the app window?

I do. That's just the position it's in when I create a new project.

BTW, I think you're confusing drawer with gutter. Mark was referring  
to the area (gutter) that shows the line numbers and folding markers,  
not the project files drawer.

Trevor

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Trevor Harmon | 1 May 08:33 2006

Re: Tutorials galore!

On Apr 29, 2006, at 2:46 PM, Soryu wrote:

> [1]: http://www.serenity.de/cgi-bin/sereniki.pl/TextMateSetupTutorial
> [2]: http://www.serenity.de/cgi-bin/sereniki.pl/TextMateSetupTutorial
> [3]: http://wiki.serenity.de
> [4]: http://macromates.com/wiki/Tutorials/

Well done, thanks for posting them. However, I think your second link  
should be:

http://www.serenity.de/cgi-bin/sereniki.pl/sereniki.pl/ 
TextMateBasicsTutorial

Trevor

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Sean Schertell | 1 May 09:00 2006
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Re: A Static Gutter?


On May 1, 2006, at 3:31 PM, Trevor Harmon wrote:

> On Apr 30, 2006, at 10:44 PM, Sean Schertell wrote:
>
>> Also, just out of curiosity... Does anyone out there actually use  
>> the drawer on the right side of the app window?
>
> I do. That's just the position it's in when I create a new project.
>
> BTW, I think you're confusing drawer with gutter. Mark was  
> referring to the area (gutter) that shows the line numbers and  
> folding markers, not the project files drawer.

Oops -- I think you're right!  I thought Mark was sort of erroneously  
using the word gutter to mean drawer.  But on re-reading his post, I  
think he meant exactly what he said.  My mistake ;-)

(But I still wish we could fix that damn drawer!)

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Luc Heinrich | 1 May 10:49 2006

Re: A Static Gutter?

On 1 mai 06, at 09:00, Sean Schertell wrote:

> (But I still wish we could fix that damn drawer!)

+1

(and +1 for the gutter as well)

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Martin Ström | 1 May 13:54 2006
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Re: Centralizing Bundle info (was: Close Last Tag Shortcut)

> > It's great that different people make contributions and post them
> > on their website and what not for people to check out, but by the
> > fact that it gets spread out over n-many different places, it will
> > get lost and probably not used as much as it could be.
>
> I do think it is cool for people to host their own stuff -- but if we
> could have some way of feeding everyone's contribution into one
> centzral place as well. Ben Hammersley's Lazyweb would be useful from
> a technical standpoint: just send a trackback ping from your blog
> post to this central repository and it gets added to the stream. Is
> there some other way of integrating other people's blog posts into
> one central blog?
>

Couln't we use the existing Wiki instead? Maybe do a wiki parser
that'll work in the same way as the Rails-plugin system works.


Gmane