[TxMt] Re: TextMate 2, I give it up

Nick ParadoxQuine at gmail.com
Thu Aug 7 03:21:49 UTC 2008

I don't think I saw someone mention it in here (sorry for repeating if they
did!), but I just checked the FAQ because i vaguely recalled Allan saying
something on the faq about not asking about TM2, and sure enough:

Q: Are there any news?


(- August 04, 2008).


It's kind of funny to me that my two favorite programs by far (textmate and
quicksilver) have a completely unknown development schedule (although
quicksilver's is now dead :[ ). oh well! Theyre both kind of like os x - you
can't complain very legitimately about their faults because they're just so
much better than the alternatives.
On Wed, Aug 6, 2008 at 4:17 PM, Nicholas Cole <nicholas.cole at gmail.com>wrote:

> I would also gladly pay for a new version with a working undo feature
> and the ability to split the view.  Off the top of my head, I can't
> think of anything else that I really feel I'm lacking, but I feel the
> lack of those two things on a daily basis.
> And, without meaning to start any kind of 'editor war', I do note that
> the MacVim team have now managed to create a version of vim that
> doesn't look so out of place on a mac, and I'm sure the same is true
> of the various emacs ports.  And all of the rest of the competition.
> Textmate's competition is not standing still.  Which is not to say
> that there should be a version for the sake of it - far from it.
> But...but...it is hard not to be impatient for those improvements
> which would make a big difference to daily use.
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