[TxMt] Re: Plain Text Wiki Bundle
eknapp at gmail.com
Wed May 23 14:40:19 UTC 2007
- Make a new text file, and save it in a new, empty directory as '
IndexPage.txt'. It's easiest to use this directory as a project--close the
text file, and drag the directory icon onto TextMate.
- In the project window, open IndexPage.txt and make notes as normal (set
the language to 'Wiki' in the bottom bar, if it's not that already).
WikiWords appear underlined. With a cursor over it or at the end, hit enter
to open this page in the project window. If it doesn't exist, it's created
as WikiWords.txt in the project directory.
- Hit shift+ctrl+i to return to IndexPage.
And I never noticed the experimental wiki bundle.
On 5/23/07, Oliver Hagmann <lists at interdisco.net> wrote:
> On 23.05.2007, at 15:45, Jacob Rus wrote:
> > Eric Knapp wrote:
> >> I think it's cool too. I am already using it and I'm starting to
> >> think of
> >> more ways to use it. What are some uses people are coming up with?
> >> I'm
> >> starting with a work and time log for my summer Rails contract.
> > >
> >> Mike Mellor:
> >>> This is so cool -
> >>> <http://interconnected.org/home/2007/05/20/plain_text_wiki>
> >>> It's a tool that I have wanted to have in TextMate, and it also
> >>> reinforces just how flexible TextMate can be!
> > You guys never saw the experimental wiki bundle in svn?
> No. I just activated the bundle and tried the "Show Wiki" command. It
> gives me a blank page. What does it do? How does it work?
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