[TxMt] Chunked undo, Language, overall slowness
steve at dalahus.com
Sun Sep 4 21:10:31 UTC 2005
I can appreciate that's his personal preference, but there's
something to be said for being consistent with the OS (particularly
when they claim to "bring Apple's approach to operating systems into
the world of text editors"). I've never even encountered this type of
keystroke-level undo until TextMate, and I find it slows me down
considerably. Please make chunks a preference!
Re: slowdown, I read about something involving the caching, and I did
flip a defaults write, so app switching does seem a bit better..but
tab-to-tab is really sluggish, and I'm on a dual 2 G5. This is just a
text editor, I can't imaging what's happing behind the scenes that
On Sep 4, 2005, at 4:48 PM, Caio Chassot wrote:
>> 1) The undo behavior. I read an earlier digest that standard OS
>> "chunk" undos were planned, but I don't see this pref anywhere. Is
>> there a plist command that will turn on chunk undos, and if not,
>> will this feature be coming soon? Having to hit cmnd-z 34 times in
>> a row is tiresome...
> AFAICT, Allan is not very fond of the way chunk undos behave. I'm
> not sure I'm all for it either, but a preference would sure be
> nice. Back in the first release I suggested to Allan that he used
> timed keypressed to determine the undo chunks, so that it's a bit
> smarter and doesn't undo too much.
>> 3) Slowness. I've read a variety of posts on the subject, and it
>> seems TextMate is buggy (or coded in a non-efficient manner) when
>> dealing with multiple open files and across a network. The
>> slowdowns I experiencing when switching tabs or switching to/from
>> the application itself grow slower the longer I have a set of
>> files open-- this problem really needs to be addressed.
> Being around since 1.0, (reg #70), I can tell you it's got much
> faster in many aspects, and slower in things that were changed
> recently. Tab switching is really bugging me with b17. App
> switching is just fine though.
> For new threads USE THIS: textmate at lists.macromates.com
> (threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you don't)
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