[TxMt] Importing Xcode Project with WebObjects components

Dana Kashubeck dana.kashubeck at riemer.com
Tue Jul 3 12:37:17 UTC 2007

On 7/3/07 4:03 AM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
> On 1. Jul 2007, at 17:43, Dana Kashubeck wrote:
>> Perhaps the answer is already somewhere -- if so, please point me in 
>> the right direction.
>> I've just decided to completely switch from Xcode to TextMate.  I've 
>> imported a WebObjects project and everything was great, until I tried 
>> to open the .html file inside a .wo bundle.
>> Is there a way that I can import the project and have TextMate make 
>> the .wo a folder, showing the .html and .wod files inside?
> Generally the recommended way to “import” an Xcode project is by just 
> dragging the folder with your project to TextMate’s application icon. 
> Then save it with ⌃⌘S. I think using that scheme, you’ll find that the 
> .wo folder is indeed a folder.
> The dedicated import command is for projects with file references 
> outside the project folder.
Thank you very much -- I'll do it that way from now on.  I appreciate 
your help!

Dana Kashubeck
Systems Manager
Riemer Reporting Service Inc.

Phone: 440-835-2477 x. 125
Fax:   440-835-4594

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