[TxMt] Re: where to get latest TM2 alpha?
swanand.pagnis at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 11:42:14 UTC 2012
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:45 PM, Martin Kühl <martin.kuehl at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 17:43, Erik Neumann <erikn at myphysicslab.com> wrote:
> > The blog page at http://blog.macromates.com/2011/textmate-2-0-alpha/points
> > to r8930 version, but apparently there is an r8956 according
> > to http://tm2tips.tumblr.com/. Some questions:
> > 1) where to get the latest alpha? Or should I assume the latest stable
> > version is the r8930?
> Install r8930 and use the builtin update mechanism. The latest stable
> version is r9064 I believe.
> > 2) if I install the TM2 alpha, can I keep TM 1.5.10 around if needed?
> Yes, just install them in different places.
> > Can I undo the TM2 install?
> Yes, just trash the application bundle. TM1's Bundles and Preferences
> won't be affected.
> > I'm guessing that the 'mate' command changes can't be undone so
> > easily. (my main use of 'mate' command is during a git commit to
> > open the change log file)
> You can always remove one command and then reinstall the other. I like
> to keep both around but with different names (`avian` for TM2).
> > 3) In general, since I use TM for work, I'm hesitant to install TM2
> > Any comments/advice about that? I would however like to try it so I can
> > offer my brilliant and helpful comments to Allan about it.
> There's no harm in installing it. Once you have, you can either try
> moving over gradually or taking the plunge while knowing that TM1 is
> there if you need it. I'm actually doing the former at work and the
> latter at home.
Take the plunge, we owe at least that much to the TM team, apart from
That being said, I have a Ruby (Rails, Sinatra) & Java (Android) setup for
work and open source both and until now, there hasn't been a deal breaker
issue for me. Minor inconveniences are to be expected on an alpha version
and they will get resolved once Alan and co. are ready to call this as RC1
(or whatever makes more sense than alpha).
> > 4) Is there a proper way to search this list? I found this:
> > http://old.nabble.com/textmate-users-f18157.html but the page
> > at http://lists.macromates.com/listinfo/textmate doesn't mention how to
> > search the list (though you can download each month's archives by hand).
> Maybe google with site:lists.macromates.com? I don't know really :-)
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