[TxMt] Re: what changed in TextMate 2.0 beta 12?
George McGinley Smith
george at gsgd.co.uk
Wed Aug 10 11:11:18 UTC 2016
That's what I got told when I asked the same thing, still think it would be
an awesome feature :)
On Tue, 9 Aug 2016 at 18:35 Matt Neuburg <matt at tidbits.com> wrote:
> If that worries you, don't subscribe to the nightly builds. The major
> builds are vetted and safe. m.
> > On Aug 9, 2016, at 7:00 AM, Christian Rosentreter <karibu at gmx.net>
> > Hello Allan,
> >> On 09 Aug 2016, at 10:21 AM, Allan Odgaard <mailinglist at textmate.org>
> >>> But not all versions include a changelog, IIRC?
> >> Correct, especially the nightly builds, I may skip it, and TextMate
> only show the changelog if it has changed since the user last viewed it.
> >> One can always visit the GitHub page to see exactly which commits a
> build contains.
> > On a related note: would it be possible to show the list of changes in
> the update notification dialog? It always pops up announcing a new version
> without giving any details besides the version numbers. The user can only
> learn about the changes after the update is installed.
> > That's a bit like playing Russian roulette.
> > A change included in an update might directly influence or even
> (temporarily) break the user's workflow, see the recent blacklisting of
> some bundle which broke the workflow of a fellow subscriber here on the
> mailing list. With knowledge about the changes beforehand the user could
> defer the update and potentially avoid unnecessary trouble and hassle at an
> unsuitable point of time (e.g. when busy with important work.) If required,
> that's it. :-)
> > regards,
> > Christian
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