[TxMt] Re: Duke Nukem Foverer has a release date, does Textmate 2?

Mario "Kuroir" Ricalde kuroir at gmail.com
Sun Sep 12 09:00:52 UTC 2010

Textmate doesn't compare to anything "for Windows only". If you think it
does or that there are better windows-only texteditors that surpass
textmate. Then it's highly possible that you're not using Textmate to its
full potential.

Simple as that.

Mario "Kuroir" Ricalde
Developer at Destructoid.com

On Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 1:35 AM, Mark Jackson <mrcodewizard at gmail.com>wrote:

> I have used UE on Win, did not particularly like it. TM folks most likely
> will like it. UE has a similar philosophy as TM.
> Multi-Edit (ME) is IMO the best "text editor" on the Win platform.
> Technically it's an IDE, but barely.
> When I moved to Mac, I was sorely disappointed in the selection of
> programming tools. I actually installed a VM w/windows so I could use
> ME. The reason I decided to use TextMate, was due to it being the editor
> that was closest to Multi-Edit, power-wise. However the first thing I
> thought when I first used TM, was "this is like UE, damn."
> On Sep 11, 2010, at 3:39 PM, Hao Yuhan wrote:
> http://www.ultraedit.com/products/mac-text-editor.html
> It seems that a highly respected Win text editor is coming to mac. Any one
> has some idea on UltraEdit?
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