I have to work remotely on one website and can only test if the files
are on the server. I would like to integrate an ftp client with
textmate. I have been using CyberDuck but perhaps Panic's Transmit
would be better, I'm not sure.
If I could get the work flow down to just the following I would be happy.
cmd-s to save the file
cmd-u to upload the file (or changed files)
cmd-tab to switch to firefox
cmd-r to refresh the page
I don't know how the textmate integration would work. If I am working
on a variety of files from a variety of directories on the server,
should I have these files in one textmate project or should I have
them open individually. If I want to have all the files in a project
can I have just the file I'm working on or would i need to have the
complete directories on the server in which these files exist?
I have an Antville Blog running, and was just asking myself if i
could use TextMate (with the Blogging Bundle) to make a post to it.
Does anyone know if this is possible?
This has been taken from the FAQ on their site:
Auf der folgenden Seite wählen Sie bitte aus:
als System: Andere (API auswählen)
als API: Blogger (eventuell auch: XML-RPC)
als Zugangspunkt: http://blogs.macnews.de:8081
Thanks in Advance
PS: You can reach the blog at zBlog.zettt.de
I assume the guy responsible for TeXMLMate is here, right?
You really should start converting your disk image to r/o compressed
before distributing it. The disk image for TeXMLMate 1.2 gets 91.8%
savings when converted this way - 212kB, down from 2.5MB.
I apologize for the simple question but is there a way to turn on tag
completion? For instance, when I close a paragraph tag i would like
textmate to automatically create a closing tag for me. Thanks so much.
I've just released another TextMate plug-in:
TeXMLMate is a floating palette designed for checking XML and XHTML
documents for Well-Formedness and Validity while editing them in
TextMate. Includes support for DTD, W3C XML Schema, RELAX NG and
Scandalous Software - Cocoa Developer Tools
I know that you're trying to create a code completion library for
Ruby (however, I wasn't a member of this list when those messages
were posted, so I'm unable to reply to them). I wondered if you are
aware of the existence of rct-complete, part of the rcodetools? I
believe the current implementation in the Experimental bundle only
does static completion. rct-complete, however, can do a lot more:
It actually knows the class get_new() returns, and thus won't suggest
Well, good luck with your efforts, I hope to see a stable completion
library in the Ruby bundle soon!
The first release of the Wordpress bundle I'm working on is available
on my blog and on Ale's SVN server.
The bundle is designed to aid in creating templates for Wordpress.
It includes snippets for inserting skeletal structures for common
template pieces (header, footer, sidebar, loop, headline, etc.) as
well as some very detailed plist based commands that serve as
references for everything from bloginfo commands to database tables
for queries. Most of the commands are snippetized with sample data
(ala the Codex) inserted rather than the fairly nondescript
definitions that the documentation uses.
If I can get a helping hand, I’ll add a few basic templates and a
help file, but I’m concentrating on the coding end of things for now.
I know there wasn’t much response on the list, but I’ve been getting
a lot of requests for this from the masses of new TextMate users via
MacHeist and related buzz that’s picking up around the Internets.
svn co http://svn.sofanaranja.com/projects/brettbundles/trunk/
Bundles/Wordpress\ Theme.tmbundle Wordpress\ Theme.tmbundle
When I do cmd-R using the Ruby bundle and RubyMate executes, is there
a way using the keyboard to get back to the file I was editing? I
hate having to move my hand to grab the mouse to click on the TM
window where I'm working.
Starting this morning, I have noticed that when I "archive completed"
in my GTDAlt file, it becomes completely empty. The action is
archived in the log file, but the rest of the contents of the gtd
file disappears. I also noticed that when I process my inbox, the
window that tells me the result of the processing was also empty (but
the processing worked correctly).
I'm using the current SVN version of the bundle (as well as the
current version of the dialog plugin and support folder).
Alan Schmitt <http://alan.petitepomme.net/>
The hacker: someone who figured things out and made something cool
Love the recent improvements to the Xcode bundle, thanks!
Using the Xcode bundle build&Run command, if the applications output
is wider than the "Build With Xcode" window, horizontal scrolling
will display black text on dark blue background (default theme) in
the scrolled portions. Not the most readable...