[TxMt] Re: Best iPad Text Editor for Textmate Users
cmcknight at pheonic.com
Sun Jan 9 17:39:51 UTC 2011
I've used Elements which is built on top of Dropbox. It works with plain text files although it's pretty bare bones.
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On Jan 9, 2011, at 8:19 AM, Owen Densmore <owen at backspaces.net> wrote:
>> You didn't mention what sort of stuff you would be writing. But for simple note taking I like PlainText:
>> It syncs with Dropbox and creates plain text files that can be edited in TextMate.
> Mainly note taking, although the files have gotten rather large .. need to toss the cruft!
> The high order bit is that the editor work well with textmate. I think that means utf8 & LF and no hidden metadata. So I'll give PlainText a shot.
> While looking at the iPad text editors, I saw Markdown mentioned. I hadn't really considered it before, but it looks like a nice way to structure text files with the least intrusion possible. I may give it a shot, and I noticed TextMate has a plugin.
> -- Owen
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