[TxMt] Create project from terminal ?

Brad Miller bonelake at mac.com
Sun Feb 27 19:31:32 UTC 2005


e must be an alias for something like  "open -a TextMate "

If you run the command open -a TextMate  /folder/path  You will get 
what you want.  You may also do the same thing with the tm command that 
is provided in the latest beta.

Anytime you try to edit a directory with textmate it opens the 
directory as a new project.


On Feb 27, 2005, at 1:06 PM, Paul Burgess wrote:

> Hi all,
> This may have been mentioned before somewhere, but before you tell me 
> to RTFM or look at the Wiki let me say that: I have, and I couldn't 
> find what i was looking for. So, here goes....
> In his Ruby on Rails demonstration video clip, David Heinemeier 
> Hansson launches TextMate into a kind of "new project" mode 
> automatically by typing "e /folder/path" in the terminal. Genius ! 
> But... how do I do this ? Is this a feature of TextMate available to 
> the application itself ? For clarification of what I'm rambling on 
> about, the Quicktime clip is here: 
> http://media.nextangle.com/rails/rails_setup.mov ( 2mins 18 seconds in 
> ).
> I wanted to ask this question here so others could benefit from the 
> answer before I go pester David for the answer !
> Thanks in advance,
> Paul Burgess.
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