Delighted to see another writer who doesn't buy into Microsoft/Open/Neo/Office bloatware.
I'm not a TextMate power user, but I do have some personal snippets that you could have or build on if you create an "Author" Bundle (select sentence, swap this word and next, that sort of thing). I've also got a syllabus template and snippets that I've been hacking together for a while.
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On Oct 13, 2010, at 3:27 AM, email@example.com wrote:
I'd rather drink the TextMate kool-aide and create a Bundle that does what I want. I bought Scrivener (the document project tool), but it's not quite my style---I don't like the text in RTF, don't like how it manages content under the covers. I probably shouldn't care about that, but I did write a novel in LaTeX. Published an unwieldy Sci-Fi milieu "mock encyclopedia" in LaTeX, too. So, I'm used to under the covers. :-)
Looking at the assorted bundles, I noticed the TODO bundle has some of what I want (ability to display output via pop-up screen like word counts). But, I'm looking for some sort of tutorial or guide to creating a bundle.