Thanks for your reply. For the heck of it I changed the output for
"Show All Next For Context" to New Document so I could see the HTML
it's generating, and noticed that the table does not specify a
class=grayscale (or any other).
Not sure if it's related but I'm also getting these error messages:
1) "Review" displays
"/tmp/temp_textmate.pg8Yyt:7: undefined method `process_directory' for
2) "Project Statistics" displays
"/tmp/temp_textmate.P7UfrN:4:in `require': No such file to load --
lib/dialog (LoadError) from /tmp/temp_textmate.P7UfrN:4"
FWIW, here's what "Show All for Context" looks for me:
Many thanks for any help you can offer,
> On Jul 1, 2006, at 9:27 AM, Charilaos Skiadas wrote:
> The GTDAlt bundle indeed uses the default.css file that lives in
> More particularly, the table has class="grayscale". Not sure why
> your changes were not visible.
> I've thought of allowing custom css files, but it hasn't happened yet.
For those of you using the GTDAlt bundle, I want to apologize for all
the problems you may have had if you updated it since last night. I
rewrote the main engine and as a consequence broke pretty much every
command. The latest update is more or less fine. Let me know if there
are still any problems.
Also please make sure you don't have any local modifications that
might be affecting the behavior of the commands.
I've been using and really liking the new GTDAlt bundle. I'd really
like to change its output to give it a little more whitespace between
the columns. I tried styling the td tag in the default.css file, but
it did nothing.
Does the GTDAlt bundle (or the standard HTML output window) use
default.css or some other CSS file? If not, is there a way to
persuade it to use one?
- Dave Winzler
love textmate, it's always lacked in CVS support, you add features
that are the easiest to add like subversion or other weird libraries.
But not the ONE thing that is a show stopper for almost everyone.
Every office USES CVS? Why can't this be the #1 priority of textmate?
Textmate as an editor is nothing without CVS support. I hate having
to use BBedit, to browse CVS, or textwrangler, then switching back to
The one and only thing the developers should focus on right now is.
who agrees with me? we your customers want CVS support, and SFTP,
FTP, and networked support, and not through some third party client.
You want to make textmate the worlds best editor? Add in features
that crappy clients like eclipse or zend developer environment have,
that let you browse and commit to the CVS trunk, and roll back.
Anyone who wants, and thinks this is the most important feature of
textmate (aside from being a text editor) please comment and show
your support. I'm personally willing to donate an extra $500 for
seemless CVS intergration, not that crappy bundle that's going around.
As a user interface designer, I could even help you design the
sidebar for browsing CVS, subversion, and feature sets. But everyone
is EDITING files online, it shouldn't be hard to intergrate, there
are SO many free libraries for unix that you can use!!! especially
for the sftp, and so forth, you don't have to re-invent the wheel.
Best Regards your loyal customer,