…took the program than what came before it. I'd estimate that about 90% of what TextMate ever needed to do, you could do with bundles. But the cost to find that last 10%, it was brutal.
Eventually, I bumped up against this limitation with TextMate. I wanted split windows, I wanted full-screen modes, I wanted better crags integration. No one could add those (when TextMate wasn't open source, circa 2010) because they required writing Objective-C rather than using TextMate's …
TheSortableTree - Drag and drop GUI for nested sets in .
Colour Schemes - compatable with DT2, TextMate, , and other editors.
Railyo - Private job board for Rails developers.
Font Awesome - font for Bootstrap.
HTTP Compression Test - way to make sure your servers are sending compressed content when requested to do so.
RubyJS - "A standard library based on the core-lib."
And a happyto you as well.
Colour Schemes - A whole pile of 'em for 2 or TextMate.
Zuck - to use 's ads .
Cramp - web application framework built on top of .
Skitch and - Looks like they're actually listening to user feedback. Amazing. : A from Lang
…Programer's text editor (/ , , TextMate or equivalent) The following operating systems have been tested as workstation systems with the hands on exercises:
firstname.lastname@example.org with workstation questions.Other platforms and platform versions may work without modification. Please contact Joshua Timberman at
$ tokaido .
This will be especially useful for people using the rvm "mounted" Tokaido.
Integration with Code Quality Tools
By default, Tokaido will integrate with flog , flay and rails-best-practices . It will periodically scan your Rails app for problems and notify you via the app's notification …
…editors, I do consider this one more convenient than switching to another editor - for a while I used TextMate alongsidefor project find-and-replace.
And as usual with Vim, you get a lot of power you may not find in those other editors.
Project-wide search with git-grep
I use my fork of git-grep-vim for project-wide search in Vim.
It's based on ack.vim but uses git-grep instead of ack.
You search like this:
: GitGrep some.*pattern
You can optionally …
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Last but not least..
What Is Your Primary for Ruby Development?
Now at over 4,000 votes, this poll is an interesting look at what text editorsare using. It looks like the era of TextMate has truly passed.
Last night I started a new project that I'll be adding to over time. It's a Textmatethat will create skeleton code for various popular patterns such as , , and Sandbox. More will be added soon and (...)
:w shortcutFoo helps you learn keyboard shortcuts for TextMate, , , command line and even But then again, is shortcuts all the way down.
Attention to detail Litle , inspirational tumblog about the little details in well designed software. Details
Double down Using . tag to support retina displays
To the cloud Netflix Operations: Part I, Going Distributed .
But is it? Betteridge's : … of Headlines
Is it punchcards? Remote terminals? Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software , because I'm not sure we'll even …? Textmate? Eclipse? ? C? Ruby? ? In the 1920s, it was considered important to learn how to use slide rules. In the 1960s, it was considered important to learn mechanical drawing. None of that matters today. I'm hesitant to recommend any particular approach to coding other than the fundamentals as outlined in