On 6/1/2006, at 0:55, Timothy Bates wrote:
the button in textmate's terminal usage dialog
tries to make an
alias to the mate command in usr/bin [...] For me this operation
failed (not permitted).
I'll make the command rm -f «dst» first.
Question: I have an existing copy of the link in
Didn't textmate used to expect ~/local rather than ~/bin ? What are
we going to settle on?
Where people want to keep it seems to depend on personal choice --
TextMate gives you the choice of all the bin locations in your PATH.
PS: could you make this command also add whatever
folder it looks
for to the .bash_profile and also create ~/bin if it doesn't exist?
Automated edit of .bash_profile is certainly not trivial, so I would
rather not edit that, and the user might be using ~/.bash_login,
~/.profile, tcsh/zsh instead of bash, or similar. That's why I only
present folders which are already in the path.
The install wizard is supposed to make it “just work” for the user
which are not too familiar about all these things -- if I install it
to an arbitrary location (i.e. not in the PATH), it won't “just
work”, and the measures I have to take to make it “just work” are far
to complex with the chance that I may break the shell setup.
Lots of us probably don't write code which is
strict v4, so that
might be asking for trouble? maybe transitional as an option?
You should be able to just duplicate the strict template and edit the
I tried to check a few online pages to see what people used, but most
was not stating their document type -- apple.com
I'm curious as to which presentation attributes you would need,
seeing how most pages today seems to rely heavily on a “pixel
perfect” presentation, that CSS provides.
Though it's no biggie to add a transitional template to the default
bundle… but we do want to promote good coding practices :)