[TxMt] Re: iOS objective c bundle

Dru Kepple dru at summitprojects.com
Wed Jun 29 23:57:53 UTC 2011

A while back I tried TM over Xcode 3, and while TM is awesome and so much slicker when it comes to text manipulation, I found Xcode's code sense to be extremely helpful when writing those verbose Obj-C method names.  These days I find myself doing most coding in Xcode 4, with the project also open in TM.  When I need to do some proper columnar selection or fancier snippets, I pop over to TM.  But I  usually deem the overhead of that workflow not quite worth it most of the time.

I would love to learn if there are better techniques for using TM.  I dearly miss TM when working on iOS stuff, yet can't bring myself to be without the code sense and things like control-dragging from nibs to source code...


On Jun 29, 2011, at 4:40 PM, pier25 wrote:

> Anyone using Textamte for developing Objective c using the iOS cocoa touch
> libraries?
> Is it better than using Xcode 4?
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