[TxMt] TextMate Code Completion
brianjlandau at gmail.com
Wed Dec 6 23:32:30 UTC 2006
Then yeah Ruby and Rails.
I guess also XML/XSLT/XSD/XFroms/X??? support would be amazing
On 12/6/06, thomas Aylott <oblivious at subtlegradient.com> wrote:
> On Dec 6, 2006, at 4:41 PM, thomas Aylott wrote:
> > Howdy.
> > In light of the recent C Library bundle, it's obvious that people
> > re extremely interested in having some code completion in TextMate.
> > I've done a few things will code completion already.
> > Filepath - http://subtlegradient.com/articles/2006/11/02/filename-
> > filepath-completion-for-textmate-screencast
> > English - http://subtlegradient.com/articles/2006/10/30/english-
> > word-completion-for-textmate-screencast
> > And someone did Cocoa completions
> > http://theocacao.com/document.page/332
> > I think we should come up with a brick simple library that will let
> > you do completions.
> > Then the hardcode d00ds can get on with extending and perfecting
> > the completion library.
> > While everyone actually gets the chance to use it.
> > Plus, we'll be able to unify all the code completion stuff into a
> > single library.
> > thomas Aylott — design42 — subtleGradient — CrazyEgg
> On Dec 6, 2006, at 5:48 PM, Max wrote:
> > Jacob Rus schrieb:
> >> 5. I hope it becomes slightly easier to make generic completion
> >> commands in the future, because at the moment, I'm not sure it can be
> >> done by a complete newbie, and it's a useful enough feature that it
> >> would be nice to give even new users such power. Allan is hopefully
> >> considering such things for TextMate 2.0.
> > Bit of the wrong topic...
> > Having function completion like SubEthaEdit or Xcode ( even better
> > would
> > be if the completion also inserts the paramters a function takes) is
> > TOP1 on my Wishlist for TM2.
> > I always have to look this up in the docs :)
> > see http://schlabber-dog.com/ext/function_completion.jpg
> What languages do you need it to work for?
> I assume PHP at least since that screenshot.
> Personally, I want all the default Ruby functions, classes and
> methods. And all the Rails functions classes and methods. And all of
> my own custom functions classes, methods, variables and anything else
> I can think of.
> hmm.... that's it for me ;)
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