[TxMt] Re: TextMate for sysadmins

Luke Daley ld at ldaley.com
Wed Nov 5 00:12:44 UTC 2008

I run 10.4 at work just so I can use http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/ 

On 05/11/2008, at 4:03 AM, Andrea Crotti wrote:

> First a question, is there someone using textmate to work on unix  
> servers??
> I thought that with sshfs and the power of bundles I could do  
> something
> really nice, much better than using vim (which is a great software  
> anyway)
> in ssh...
> I have doubts on how to implement the "helpers", because I don't  
> know enough
> yet of TM.
> 1. If I create a language for every software (a grammar for monitrc, a
> grammar for apache etc...) I will get too many languages, is there  
> a way to
> create a group of languages??
> I would like to create mainly many snippets, help functions that  
> returns
> useful web-pages and maybe nice scripts to automate things..
> 2. Good ways to send command to external servers??
> Maybe just open a shell and ssh <host> <cmd>?
> 3. There are any kind of problems working with TM+sshfs (if you know)?
> I have also created a good (I think) way to document servers, with  
> latex and
> custom scripts, if anyone interested in TM + sysadmin work is  
> welcome to
> write me, I could publish everything somewhere..
> Any advice is welcome, you know better than me the potentiality of  
> this
> great software!



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