Preparing for the actual manual, I wrote a piece which is supposed to
be Scopes 101:
When I do documentation-style blog posts, you're always more than
welcome to send me constructive criticism, especially if there are
things which are unclear or you think could be better explained (you
can use the comments for this as well).
Alan, I do not know if this has been asked for, or noted previously.
It would be nice to run commands asynchronously:
[NSThread detachNewThreadSelector:(SEL)aSelector toTarget:(id)
and that runs the command in the background (with potentially an
activities panel). This would be really useful when making large
builds directly from TM's interface.
Currently the UI blocks until the command is completed.
How many of you are using TextMate for actionscript development? If so,
are you using MTASC? I'm thinking about implementing some things like
incremental compilations, scanning for undeclared variables, packages,
Just wanted to gauge the interest in this and maybe get some insight
into the possibility of it.
Diretor de Desenvolvimento
Sorry if this is oh so obvious but I can not figure out if this is
possible or something that was already asked for and will come in the
future (sorry if this is the case).
I have an html site and the way I like to make new files in many
cases is to duplicate an existing file (would be great if this was
added to the project drawer) so I went to the finder and duplicated
the files but they do not show up in the project drawer even after I
close the project and reopen it.
Is there some way of easily refreshing the project drawer to match
I just noticed that scrolling in a smallish (321 line) XML document
was very slow, and TM seemed to be using a lot of CPU. I restarted
TM and that same document scrolled much more quickly.
How can I give some meaningful input the next time this happens? (I
have seen this a few times before).
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