[TxMt] another command question
dcs at foliomedia.com
Tue Jul 3 18:05:04 UTC 2007
I'm not able to use Ctrl-Cmd-E in the bundle editor, and I don't have
an "Edit in TextMate" menu item, is this a standard feature?
And yes, to Matt's point, this has always been a little weird for me.
On 7/3/07, Constantinos Neophytou ♎ <jaguarcy at gmail.com> wrote:
> The Edit in TextMate option works in the bundle editor window... Just
> hit ctrl-cmd-E and voila - you have a TM window for your ruby
> command... edit, save, close window, and bundle editor window
> On 3 Jul 2007, at 20:23, Matt Neuburg wrote:
> > Does anyone besides me find it ironic that the Bundle Editor window
> > where we
> > edit TM commands is not, itself, a TM window? Thus, while writing
> > e.g. a
> > Ruby command, we don't get any syntax coloring, delimiter pairing,
> > etc...
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