+1. This sounds like a great idea.
Andrew Green wrote:
Firstly, heartfelt thanks and congratulations to Allan on the latest
beta. TextMate is getting better and better, seriously quickly.
There's still one key feature from SubEthaEdit I'd *love* to see in
TextMate, and that's the ability to highlight changes made to a
document as they're made, using a background colour -- in much the same
way that TM can now highlight the current line.
By way of context, much of my work involves updating and tweaking code
I've already written, and a great side-effect of the way SEE implements
its collaborative editing is that any changes you make to a file can be
highlighted as you go using a background colour of your choice. This
makes it incredibly easy to see just what I've changed in the current
session, so when I introduce bugs, I can very rapidly find what I've
done and put it right.
Could such a feature be included in TM? Or would it conflict horribly
with the new syntax highlighting system?
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