…in the vim space largely because it was the editor I was raised on. In recent times I followed the Textmate tomigration too. For a time though I found myself in the community working with 's and that's where I came to terms with what an is.
When I started to explore RubyMine and was a little surprised. IDEs for me in the …and got sucked into the "What editors can I use next?" game, I dabbled with
Ditto for file switching ( Cmd+T in Sublime/ TextMate). There is no memory of the last file, so you can't hit the quick Cmd+T - Enter keystroke to switch between two files. You have to fuzzy-find from scratch each time— and the fuzzy-finder is extremely loose in its matching policy.
Middle-clicking does not close tabs.
Unless I haven't found it, no keyboard shortcuts to split windows or move windows between tab groups.
Finally, this one is probably a bug, but history support …
…I remember their demo videos and it seemed like the development world was about to change! I never would have guessed that come 2005, I'd be in love with something as simple and fancy-feature-less as TextMate.
What are you confident that Atom Editor will not be?
A quick blog post about things learned and accomplished in 2013 and areas of focus for 2014.
By writing them down I hope there's more chance of me actually following through.
New software/apps/tools for 2013
Some of these apps I had used before, but in 2013 I found myself becoming more reliant on them and working them into my daily routine.
Sublime for coding. Previously I was using TextMate.
iTerm 2 for terminal.
Inboard for design inspiration.
Optimizely for A/B testing.
For TextMate users, you can install the Avian Missing Bundle and add TM STRIP WHITESPACE ON SAVE = true to your .tm_properties file.
Forusers, set the ensure_newline_at_eof_on_save option to true .
If this satisfied your curiosity, you might also enjoy:
The of Vim
2.0 Status and FAQ - What's up with TextMate.
MariaDB 10.0 Beta launched - an important milestone - Lots of changes for this offshoot.
Announcing Bitters, a - Some simple styles to start a new project. of for and Neat
Stackdock: Blazing Fast Docker-as-a-Service with SSDs - It really didn't take long for startups to get going, did it?
* Solarized Theme (for shell, TextMate, etc.)
Remote repository hosting
…Textmate . It was a relatively painless transition but there was one thing that I used often in Textmate that wasn't available in ERB tags., inserting, toggling and wrapping content in
Since adoption of Sublime Text was relatively new at the time, I decided to scratch my own itch and write a plugin in SublimeERB on . There was one thing that I never did get around to and that …for Sublime Text. After a few of days, I released
…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."