Just committed an addition to my subversion repository using the
subversion bundle (which is great, btw) and I got the following
2006-08-01 20:30:22.315 CommitWindow The plugin /Users/
megazoomer.bundle (org.ianhenderson.megazoomer) is using a deprecated
interface to SIMBL. Please contact the appropriate developer (not the
SIMBL author) and refer them to http://culater.net/wiki/moin.cgi/
Transmitting file data .
Committed revision 103.
OK, so there is an issue about SIMBL and megazoomer, but why is this
message appearing when I commit?
All the best, Mark
I just started using GTDAlt and am really enjoying it. I have one bit
of feedback, though.
Whenever I execute a command, the entire file gets overwritten,
including all the data in the resource fork. This means when I hit
the command to "Clean current file", suddenly all of my folded
project blocks get unfolded.
I've tried to figure out a way to do this more elegantly, but I
honestly don't have any suggestions, hence the reason I'm bringing it
up here. Do any other bundles deal with this gracefully?
did you make any recent changes to the Bundle svn feed? For some
reason NewsFire no longer picks up entries (works fine in Safari, but
i think it's much more forgiving of formatting errors). Last one i
received was Sunday at 6.30 (CST).
Just a quick question - is there any way I can format an ActionScript
(.as) file in much the same way as the "Auto Format" command in the
default Adobe Flash IDE? When I try using 'Text > Reformat
Paragraph', it simply runs all the lines together.
I don't know if this exact thing has been up, sorry if it has. But I
thought perhaps one could have sort of a local svn of the bundles,
with only one "level" of fallback (sorry, I don't speak technical svn).
So that when you customise an item in a bundle, it will make a copy
of that specific entry, and place it first (or last) of all the items
(snippets, languages, commands etc), with a big delimiter between
"your" stuff and the bundle default stuff.
This could upen up for revert commands, and perhaps even diff
commands. Also, if you delete something from the original, it can
show up among your things with a big linethrough.
Perhaps one should also be able to see what sort of "own" things has
been forked off original things, so you can compare with the
original. Also, you can add your entirely new items into a logical
bundle, and you will see that it is yours entirely and not built off
I hope I've made myself clear on the whole idea, and I hope it's not
something that's already come up :)