[TxMt] Fwd: [Bookshelf] Textmate: Power Editing for the Mac

Chris Thomas chris at cjack.com
Tue Sep 12 13:10:05 UTC 2006

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> From: Andy Hunt <andy at pragmaticbookshelf.com>
> Date: September 12, 2006 8:28:26 AM EDT
> To: announce at lists.pragprog.com
> Subject: [Bookshelf] Textmate: Power Editing for the Mac
> We're very pleased to announce that our latest title, "Textmate:
> Power Editing for the Mac", is now available (in BETA) at
> pragmaticprogrammer.com/titles/textmate
> TextMate is a full-featured text editor available for Mac OS X that
> can greatly enhance your text manipulation skills. TextMate is
> actually a thin shell over a personalized team of robot ninjas ready
> to do your bidding. Let's face it, who doesn't want their very own
> team of robot ninjas?
> With TextMate you can do your normal work, but signal the ever-
> watchful ninjas as you go. At your command, they will launch into
> action, slicing through text, building repetitive structures of data
> in the blink of an eye, and much more. They will even post to your
> blog, handle your IRC conversations, and read your email.
> Inside this book you will learn how to teleport instantly to the
> exact line of the file you need to be on, edit the data with the
> briefest incantations of power, and banish the end result to the land
> of your choosing. It's magic, as you can plainly see.
> Leave the days of dull work behind. Learn your spells, gain access to
> your team of robot ninjas, and you too will be able to edit text so
> effortlessly that everyone watching over your shoulder will be forced
> to ask, "Wait, how did you do that?"
> With this book, you'll
> * Learn the preferred editor for Rails application development
> * Use built-in automations for HTML, Ruby, or over 30 other languages
> * Manage all the files in your projects
> * Fly through your files with easy navigation techniques
> * Master quick and dirty text editing with strong regular expression
> integration
> * Teach TextMate new languages and actions that will save you times.
> TextMate is a modern, powerful tool for programmers, web designers,
> and anyone else who regularly needs to work with text files on Mac OS
> X. TextMate focuses on pragmatic automation, which means it will save
> you time--time that's always in short supply. See how your lowly text
> editor can become a hard working member of your staff.
> Available now in BETA at pragmaticprogrammer.com/titles/textmate
> For more information on our popular BETA book program, please see
> http://www.pragmaticprogrammer.com/starter_kit/faqs/beta_faq.html
> --------------------
> Coming soon in Beta:
> * Rails For Java Programmers, by Stuart Halloway and Justin Gehtland
> Recently released:
> * From Java to Ruby: Things Every Manager Should Know, by Bruce Tate
> * Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great, by Esther Derby and
> Diana Larsen, Foreword by Ken Schwaber
> * Google Web Toolkit: Taking the Pain out of Ajax by Ed Burnette
> --------------------
> Enjoy, and thanks for your continued support!
> Andy and Dave
> www.PragmaticProgrammer.com
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