[TxMt] Re: TextMate 2, I give it up
ParadoxQuine at gmail.com
Wed Aug 6 02:00:21 UTC 2008
just wondering, what does slickedit's *editor* have that textmate doesn't? I
played around with it for a trial period and eventually decided to stick
with textmate, because i found all the same editor features and a much nicer
native interface (and i'm pretty intolerant when it comes to non-native
interfaces so it was worth losing the ide features).
On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 6:56 AM, Timothy Reaves <treaves at silverfieldstech.com
> > Yes . . . please . . . when Allan gets the Alpha done he gets it done.
> > Besides I have to ask the question. If TextMate is so good (which it is)
> > why is everyone so impatient for TM2? Yes it will probably be better
> > TM1 and more scalable, but TM1 is great as is.
> > If anything the bigger question would be for the windows users wondering
> > when TM is going to be coming to there platform? Besides E-text Editor
> > which works pretty good. But I was a little put out when they wanted to
> > charge for a product that was still in Beta.
> > --snip--
> Because TextMate isn't that great. It being a good (arguably the best) OS
> X programmers editor doesn't mean it's great. SlickEdit, if it was native
> Cocoa instead of X, would be much, much better.
> So those of use waiting for a version 2 hope that the many issues, both
> visual and functional, with finally be fixed. Then maybe it'll be a great
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