pier25 what I meant is that you need to code it if it's not available as a bundle. Currently you have all the API you could possibly need to make your bundle code-aware to provide some competent autocompletion.

Mario "Kuroir" Ricalde
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On Thursday, June 30, 2011 at 11:27 AM, pier25 wrote:

Mario "Kuroir" Ricalde-2 wrote:

Regarding autocompletion and code awareness, that's something a bundle
should do. It's possible already, with the provided API.

Yeah TM does completion... but not auto completion like in Xcode.

For most languages I write (AS3, HTML, CSS, JS, etc) that's enough. But with
Objective C / Cocoa frameworks it's not.

Also TM's completion of your own code only spans the current document... in
Xcode AFAIK it spans multiple documents.
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