[TxMt] A mistake (?) in the Python bundle
alex.j.ross at gmail.com
Mon Oct 30 16:58:46 UTC 2006
Actually, I really appreciate the input. It helps me squish bugs
faster! Please keep using it, and reporting any problems. :)
On 10/30/06, Steve Lianoglou <lists at arachnedesign.net> wrote:
> Hi Alex,
> > Thanks for the input! This has now been fixed.
> Oh no ... thank you .. that was quick.
> Hopefully you won't get too frustrated with all the to and fros, but
> it also seems like the "symbol definitions"(?) are all sorts of
> screwed atm as well.
> I'm talking about the rules used to capture the things that appear in
> the Symbol Popup (at the lower right of the window) (or accessed via
> the cmd-shift-T key-combo) where you'd expect to find the methods and
> the classes that are embedded in the current file.
> Currently, a whole mismash of stuff is getting stuffed into there now.
> Hmm .. I'm realizing it could be annoying if people are commenting on
> a work in progress since I'm working w/ they Python bundle from the
> svn checkout. If you like, I can revert to the "official" python
> bundle that gets packaged with the TextMate cutting edge releases
> until you're done tweaking the one in the svn repo.
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