On 1 Sep 2012, at 23:42, Allan Odgaard wrote:
On Aug 28, 2012, at 12:14 PM, Jonas Zimmermann
[ deselecting files ]
You toggle a file’s selection by holding command (⌘) and clicking the item.
A useful key when wanting to diff/commit files under SCM is ⇧⌘Y, it shows a SCM status in
the file browser. It even works to select files here, and then proceed to commit (only the
OK, I've been using ⇧⌘Y for a while. This doesn't show added folders (for SVN) as
uncommitted, however. So commits depending on those folders (such as added files within)
Another thing that breaks a smooth SVN workflow: unsaved files (like the output from diff)
confuse the SCM plugin, because no matter whether a file is selected in the file browser
or not, one is greeted with the generic SCM context menu when pressing ⌘Y.
The same is true if I save that unsaved file in a different location. Even though the
selection in the file browser stays the same, ⌘Y takes the location of the open file to
decide what to do. That's quite confusing really as it makes it so much harder to
predict what will happen if I press ⌘Y.
This is what I naïvely expect to happen (but there may be problems with this, too):
When files are selected in file browser: take them to determine what ⌘Y does. Warn if they
don't belong to the same working copy.
If nothing is selected in file browser, base decision on root object in file browser.
Is it possible
to detach the results view from the window?
Preferences → Project → Command output → New window.
Can bundles in
file browser get a triangle so they can be unfolded? Having to do the right-click,
'show package content' thing is a bit cumbersome (especially since you then dive
into the hierarchy).
You can option-click the icon to “Show Package Contents”.
Right, that is a little bit easier. Still, I think copying the Finder's approach to
hide things away in packages is not what I guess most users of TextMate would like, as I
can imagine editing files inside bundles occurs quite frequently. Not being able to see
inside the structure of two bundles in the same folder seems like an unnecessary
can the result view for 'find all' get horizontal scrolling and and option for
line wraps? Right now I cannot see the results of my search for long lines.
This is rather hard to implement, so unlikely going to happen anytime soon (unless
someone submits a patch).