[TxMt] linking to URIs and client-side (project) files

Timothy Martens timfm at hawaii.rr.com
Sat Dec 11 21:36:28 UTC 2004


I'm using TextMate for my Getting Things Done (GTD) stuff. Is anyone  
else out there doing the same? I'm just getting started and would love  
to see how others are using TM for GTD. How do you set up your file  
structure? How do you name and keep track of your files, actions, and  
projects, etc.? I can see how it would be useful to be able to do such  
things as link from a URI in a text (markdown) file directly to a  
browser. As well as things like creating links to other local (project)  
files ala voodoo pad, and moving chunks of text to other files whilst  
sprinkling them with some meta data.

Then they are things like aggregating lists to create contextual lists  
and so much more I can imagine but not conceive of programatically.

I just found this:


and I know bsag has other discussions about TM GTD in her blog. As well  
as Daniel Von Fange's neat little tricks:


Admittedly I haven't played much with these, but I do remember having  
some problems with TM finding my Ruby install.


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