[TxMt] Re: local docs

andrea crotti kerny404 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 17:45:58 UTC 2008

Allan Odgaard ha scritto:
> On 2 Apr 2008, at 11:45, andrea wrote:
> There is no universal system for how to store documentation, so each 
> bundle does its own thing.
> I think it would be rather difficult to come up with an easy way to just 
> switch to local documentation, since most of the bundles have no way to 
> figure out where such local documentation would be stored, thus you 
> would still need to setup that per bundle.

Yes ok, it would be enough that every bundle defines a variable like
DOCS="http://www.hoogle.org", and if I manage to "download" the whole 
site I can just set my own path.
In the haskell bundle I found this line

echo "<meta http-equiv=\"refresh\" content=\"0; 

Probably the problem is that I can't lookup on local docs in this way 
without having apache running... mmmm that get's more complicated.

> If you checkout directly to ~/Library/Application 
> Support/TextMate/Bundles then you will simply overwrite the version 
> there and svn should mostly handle the potential conflicts for you.
> If you store it in another location (as we recommend) TextMate stores a 
> tmDelta file in ~/Library/… where it records only the stuff actually 
> changed.

Ok nice, but how should I say to textmate where I stored "my" bundles?

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