On 29 Apr 2007, at 14:42, Chip Cullen wrote:
I have been running into a problem with Textmate that
for me, anyway,
is a major hurdle. When I'm editing an HTML document, and I'm using
Textmate's project drawer, I often want to use the open document as a
basis for other documents. I go to "Save As..." and name the file, and
hit enter. In almost every other Mac OS X program that I know, that
command simply creates a new document with the old document as the
However, with Textmate's project drawer, the old file has essentially
been renamed by the new one. I have to go back and re-add the old file
to have it show up in the Project drawer again.
Assuming your project just contains a live directory just cmd-tab
away from TextMate and back and it'll reveal that - in fact - it has
created a new copy.
Andy Armstrong, hexten.net