[TxMt] [ANN] Taskmate GTD bundle (and: how to get it into the repository?)

Nigel Green nigel at greenlemur.com
Tue Nov 27 15:10:55 UTC 2007

Are there any version requirements for either Mac OS or Ruby for  
this? I downloaded to try and set up a dummy file to use, but when I  
tried to toggle an item I first got an error (didn't note it - sorry)  
and then on a subsequent try TM locked up and a trip to Activity  
Monitor showed Ruby hogging 80%+ of the CPU.

I'm using TM Version 1.5.7 (1436) on OS 10.4.11, with ruby 1.8.2

It looks like a good idea, I'd love to be able to test it properly.


On 27 Nov 2007, at 14:32, James Edward Gray II wrote:

> On Nov 27, 2007, at 8:17 AM, Sven Fuchs wrote:
>> I have raised to the grade of a neophyte bundle author recently  
>> and released my own perfect TextMate GTD bundle. It's conceptually  
>> based on Henrik's Tasks bundle, but implemented differently to  
>> allow for some additional features. You can find some links at  
>> beneath if you're interested.
>> Now I'm interested in getting this into the official TextMate  
>> repository. I'm quite sure that my bundle doesn't adhere to any  
>> required style- or naming conventions and I'm keen to tackle that  
>> next.
>> Can you point me to some kind of guideline or other document here?
> Here's a good starting point:
>   http://wiki.macromates.com/Bundles/StyleGuide
> James Edward Gray II
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