Just out of curiosity, would you be opposed to porting the bundle over
to Python? It would be much easier for me to contribute if it were
written in Python.
It's not that I don't want to maintain the
bundle anymore, it's just that I
don't have the time to work on it now.
Patches are welcome though, I can test them on my side, then commit them.
If a few people are willing to test them too, that would be even faster.
Beyond that, I'm aware that this bundle needs a major overhaul, but this
requires even more time and help.
So basically, contributions are welcome.
Yi, sorry I didn't answer you, but I don't even have the time to _try_
On 04 May 2008, at 20:53, Yi Qiang wrote:
I emailed the maintainer of the mercurial bundle
(FredB) a couple
weeks ago about another issue and have not heard back from him. Does
anyone know if he is still maintaining the bundle? If not, anyone care
to step up? There are quite a few areas of the bundle that could be
improved. Personally I'd like to see some mercurial queues support :-)
On Sun, May 4, 2008 at 4:56 AM, Oktay Acikalin <ok(a)ryotic.de> wrote:
> Am 04.05.2008 um 01:06 schrieb Kevin Horton:
>> But I don't understand the discussion, nor how to apply it to my
> How can I create a TextMate project that has files from several different
> nested directories, without having the Mercurial bundle fail to work?
> i've investigated it a bit but found no time to go further. so no
> over here. perhaps the author of the bundle or someone else who is into
> bundle-development could take a look - that would be great.
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