[TxMt] New app annoucement
cs at enure.net
Mon Aug 21 16:17:37 UTC 2006
Hi Will, I'm not seeing the preference file. Ran odbeditor and returned this:
--> Unable to find application for bundle com.barebones.bbedit.
And then no preference file
created in ~/Library or /Library.
On 8/18/06, William Uther <willu.mailingLists at cse.unsw.edu.au> wrote:
> On Thu, 17 Aug 2006 23:51:07 -0700, Brad Choate <bchoate at gmail.com>
> > Looks like you'll be releasing more often than you thought...
> > $ odbeditor -h
> > ZeroLink: could not load .o file: /Users/willu/src/odbedit/build/
> > odbeditor.build/Debug/odbeditor.build/Objects-normal/ppc/odbedit.ob
> > Bus error
> > OSX 10.4.7, PowerBook G4
> Looks like I had the wrong link options set. I've updated the binary
> tarballs (the source hasn't changed - so if you wanted to build
> yourself you would have been fine... which is why I didn't spot it).
> In other news, the building housing the web server is losing power
> some time early tomorrow morning, Sydney time. So if you can't get
> to the URL, try again in 8-10 hours.
> Be well,
> Will :-}
> > On Aug 17, 2006, at 11:18 PM, William Uther wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> Just thought I'd let everyone know that I've made a new app for
> >> use with TextMate. It is open source and described here:
> >> http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~willu/ODBSuite/
> >> Is is still early days and has many rough edges, but I think it's
> >> useful. I'm releasing early - we'll see if I have enough time to
> >> release often. :)
> >> The app is a command line app, odbeditor. It acts like the 'mate'
> >> command line program, but has a few advantages (and some
> >> disadvantages too :)
> >> usage: odbedit [-h] [-e editor] [-s saveScript] [-c closeScript]
> >> filename [filename ...]
> >> - It can be run from a remote shell. This means that you can ssh
> >> into your box and start TextMate remotely. (Yes, there are uses
> >> for this - it is the main reason I wrote the thing :)
> >> - It can call out to other scripts when the program is saved or
> >> closed (so you could scp the file somewhere, just to pull a random
> >> example out of the air.)
> >> - It will work with any ODB Suite editor (i.e. any editor that
> >> works with those FTP programs like Cyberduck.)
> >> Be well,
> >> Will :-}
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