[TxMt] Re: Update to my HTML bundle
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Mon May 4 06:53:16 UTC 2009
I am not very versed in how the bundle system works. I did not have a
"pristine" folder in app support, I did have "HTML.tmbundle" in the
"Bundles" folder. I can not remember if I made any edits to it. I
try to make copies of bundle items and move them into an area of my own.
I moved the "HTML.tmbundle" out of the way, quit TM, download mHTML,
double clicked it, and it was installed.
I looked in the HTML bundle menu, and all the usual suspects were
there, even though I moved the "HTML.tmbundle" out of the way. I quit
TM, double clicked the "HTML.tmbundle" on my desktop, and was given
some warning about a missing plist.
I just moved it back in place, and all seems to be ok.
Does the presence of "HTML.tmbundle" just mean that I made some
customization to it, and removing it will restore TM to the default in
that particular bundle? What do you suggest so I am using your new
bundle, and the default TM one?
Looking at your bundle, looks nice, thank you.
Take the <br /> for example, I made my own at some point in the past,
This allows the XHTML closing style to be preference defined, not hard
coded in. What do you think about applying that to all applicable
I see perhaps some left over testing items, there are "cite copy" and
"code copy", not sure if those are intentional.
Thanks for the work, nice bundle.
On May 3, 2009, at 6:43 PM, minimal design wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I've updated my HTML bundle to be it's own bundle so it doesn't
> overwrite the default's HTML bundle anymore. I also rewrote the
> commands in Ruby to make it easier to read+ customized and improved
> snippets. Info there:
> Let me know if you manage to break anything ;) Or if you'd like to see
> any additions...
> PS: I'll be updating my CSS bundle to be its own bundle too, soon...
> But there are so many snippets in that one, it'll take a little
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