[TxMt] subversion question
eric at aplosmedia.com
Wed Mar 29 22:36:02 UTC 2006
For your first question,
1) Make sure you have at least 1 file open
2) Click the folder in the project pane
3) hit the shortcut to bring up the svn bundle.
This only works if you checked out the svn bundle from the svn
server. afaik, the version in textmate by default won't work like that
On Mar 29, 2006, at 5:30 PM, Ken Scott wrote:
> Just started looking seriously at the subversion bundle last night,
> and have a couple of questions.
> One, is there a way to do a commit of the entire project folder
> without first selecting all files in the project window?
> Second, how hard is it to add the svn delete and move commands to
> the menu? That's about the only commands I saw that really were
> missing. I'm helping someone get up to speed with version control,
> and he prefers to stay in the editor for as much as possible.
> Ken Scott
> On Mar 27, 2006, at 6:22 AM, thomas Aylott wrote:
>>> So, in the process of writing the screenwriting bundle I'm
>>> working (and using every day) I've come to the conclusion that it
>>> might be cool to look into subversion for working with
>>> screenwriting projects.
>>> Obviously I know nothing about subversion, so my question is:
>>> Is this stupid?
>>> Do you guys have any good resources for getting started with
>>> Is there a better solution (since I'm just using text-documents)?
>>> I can't seem to find a really good intro on how to use TextMate
>>> with Subversion, did I miss it somewhere?
>>> Thanks in advance.
>> I would recommend setting up a hosted webdav svn server somewhere.
>> That way you will have access to your stuff from any computer and
>> easily give other people access and track what they do.
>> I host all my stuff with dreamhost. They have a subversion server
>> creation thing. I have like 7 or so svn repos running on there
>> now. It literally takes about 30 seconds to fill out their little
>> form and then it takes their robot about 10 minutes to create
>> everything and email you.
>> I'm sure other hosts probly have something similar.
>> There's a svn command that lets you backup the entire repo will
>> all changes and everything. I would recommend backing everything
>> up occasionally, because you never know.
>> Awesome bundle, BTW.
>> thomas Aylott
>> PS: No, I don't work for dreamhost. But I have been hosting with
>> then for more than 9 years.
>> For new threads USE THIS: textmate at lists.macromates.com
>> (threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you
> For new threads USE THIS: textmate at lists.macromates.com
> (threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you don't)
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