I gotta tell you, I wouldn't even know where to begin with that. I've
used the terminal a handful of times, but I don't even know the
beginning of using anything command-line. If I get the time, maybe
I'll learn someday.
As for Textmate 2.0 - I've done more looking through the mailing list,
and it seems like other people are having different issues with the
project drawer. I can't wait to see what Allan comes up with - I hope
it makes everything much easier. There isn't even a rough ETA, is
On a totally separate digression - is there any reason there isn't a
Textmate forum/bulletin board? Using a mailing list to look for
support/answers just seems to involve about five extra steps for the
end user. If Allan likes having everything in digest form, I guess
that's his prerogative.
On 4/29/07, Andy Armstrong <andy(a)hexten.net> wrote:
On 29 Apr 2007, at 15:33, Chip Cullen wrote:
Andy, you've already done a lot - so I truely
thank you for that. Yes,
using the shell to manage files is beyond my level.
Complete digression: you may be surprised. The learning curve to
start using the shell is a bit steep - you can't just click on things
to find out what they do - but once you've cracked the basics you
might find it's friendlier than you thought.
The project drawer just seems not quite finished.
Ah well. Any other
thoughts from other people out there?
I don't have specifics but I know Allan is planning big changes for
TM 2. I wouldn't be surprised if the drawer receives quite a bit of
Andy Armstrong, hexten.net
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