On 2009-Jan-6, at 8:21 PM, David Frascone wrote:
Do you actually find it easier to compose mail in
textmate? For me,
I've replaced all of my programmers' editors with textmate -- and
I've even gone so far as to set my EDITOR variable.
Me too. You might find this helpful. It defaults to vim (for remote
SSH sessions), but uses TextMate if you're logged in locally. I use
tcsh, but I'm sure you can figure out how to adapt this to some other
setenv EDITOR vim
if ( ! $?SSH_CLIENT ) then
# use TextMate in place of vim
setenv EDITOR '/usr/local/bin/mate_wait'
setenv LESSEDIT 'mate -l %lm %f'
alias vi '/usr/local/bin/mate'
I can still get to Vim if I want by typing `vim` instead of `vi`.
But e-mail? Is it worth the effort?
If it's just sentences, probably not, but if I need to indent multiple
lines or put together a Markdown style list, it's far easier in TM.
Because it screws up the order in which people normally read text.
Why is it bad to top-post your reply?