Am 16.02.16 um 10:12 schrieb Martin Kühl:
On 16 February 2016 at 07:18, feek
Formerly I tried to sync my bundles via a
symlinks to a Dropbox location,
but that was not reliable causing FSEvents to not always work. Wouldn't it
be nice that TextMate, when in a bundle a .git folder with remote is
present, makes automatically a git pull when there are changes in the
remote. In the same way it is done for the build in bundles! So you can
sync/update your (private / non build in) bundles in a proper way.
Some (most actually) non-official bundles I use are are ones I develop
(or plan to).
Having anything automatically pull those at a bad time could leave them broken.
I use myrepos (formerly mr) to keep my bundles in sync.
It makes the process painless while leaving me in control.
I'm keeping my `~/Library/Application Support/Avian/Bundles` directory
in a single Git repo, using submodules for bundles where I want to be
able to contribute pull requests:
Works quite well, especially for keeping the setup in sync between
several machines. However, I have to manually update the submodulized
bundles from time to time to get the latest changes from upstream
(TextMate’s auto update of course doesn't work for complete bundles in