[TextMate] Page for contributed stuff?

Ian Phillips ianp at ianp.org
Fri Oct 8 15:16:54 UTC 2004

Have a look at http://ianp.org/articles/textmate.html for a collection 
of pointers and download links to user contributed bundles.

If you have any to add send them to me at ianp at ianp.org.


On Oct 8, 2004, at 00:36, timothy martens wrote:

> On Oct 7, 2004, at 6:26 AM, Merlin Mann wrote:
>> Hey,
>> This might have come up already, but I think it would helpful to have 
>> a single page that collects (or at least points to) all the available 
>> add-ons folks have put together for TextMate, such as bundles, 
>> syntaxes, snippets, and so on. A two-line summary of what it does 
>> (with screenshots where possible) would also be great.
>> I agree that the power of TextMate comes from unlocking its _insane_ 
>> amount of configurability. But, I also suspect that some of the 
>> nay-sayers--especially those less experienced with the power of a 
>> shell--would be much more inspired if they saw what they could *do* 
>> with TM (without having to build the actual widgets themselves).
> Here, here. It would be great to have a central repository for 
> development. I'm a shell neophyte and it is really helpful for me to 
> be able to see concrete examples.
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