On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 12:32 PM, Trevor Squires firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
just wanted to let people know I've released AckMate - a plugin for searching your project files with 'ack'.
It offers significant improvements over my previous ack-in-project bundle, such as per-project windows and settings, filetype selection, and a much less annoying UI.
It's currently only compatible with OS X 10.5 and above (and only heavily tested on 10.6).
Source and binaries are included in the github project at http://github.com/protocool/AckMate and the project wiki contains instructions on how to use it.
Trevor Squires http://propaneapp.com
I've been using Ack in project for quite a while.
I installed ackmate, and the first problem I ran into was it was complaining about not having the rb-appscript gem installed.
So I installed that, and now ctrl-option-cmd-f and I get a "Grep in project" window with just a text box and nothing else.
That doesn't seem to be what the usage page describes.
The Ackmate bundle doesn't show up in Textmates list of bundles, but when I unzipped the zip file and double clicked it again, It said it was already installed.
The other interesting thing is if I use ctrl-cmd-t to bring up the bundle item selection window, and then hit ctrl-option-cmd-f the ackmate dialog box comes up underneath the bundle item window.
If I switch the bundle item window to find by key equivalent, I find that the ctrl-option-cmd-f key is claimed by the RubyAmp bundle which is where the grep in project window is coming from.
If I open the bundle editor, and filter Ack in project out of the list then ctrl-option-cmd-f does bring up the Ackmate window, but Ackmate is still not shown in my bundle list.