[TxMt] Re: TM 2.0 feature req.
ceager at gmail.com
Thu Aug 26 08:37:42 UTC 2010
1. After you delete a bundle, look in the Trash.
2. I receive a warning when I try and delete a bundle that isn't empty. 
3. When you make customizations, TextMate automatically puts a copy in
~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles. If you delete a customized
bundle, check your backups.
4. You don't keep customizations in source control?
On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 8:54 PM, plastichairdoo <plastichairdoo at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello Allan - I have a request for 2.0:
> in the Bundle Editor I've several times made the grave error of hitting
> delete one too many times and accidentally deleting an entire bundle.
> for whatever reason, when I'm in the BE and going through my commands,
> macros, etc, I've managed to accidentally select the bundle itself and hit
> not such a big deal if they're stock bundles but many of mine have been
> customized to suit my needs.
> anyway, I've made this mistake a couple of times and I'd just like to
> suggest a warning dialog of some kind that pops up before you delete an
> entire Bundle.
> I know it's kind of a spaz move on my part - but if it's happened to me
> than it's happened to other people too.
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