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It’s not a huge deal I was just curious. There are some pretty specialized bundles in the repo (mediawiki, twiki, docuwiki, Symphony) It seems like TXP would fit and it would get some more exposure.
I just think you did a great job and it should be out there.
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This is a maintenence release(v08) for the Textpattern Bundle:
See original thread for download and details.
It fixes a couple of syntax Errors, both in Snippets/Commands/Macros and in the Language Grammar as well.
The most important changes are:
There is also a new, theme. It is not cloned on top of the twilight theme, but build from the ground up.
It is not that pretty maybe(no transparency) , but much cleaner and simplified.
I haven’t done any extended testing. Give it a try, if you wish.
Could be possible.
It relies on these dependencies (Cygwin)
I suspect half of the things would not work.
What about project handling ? Some of the advanved commands rely on a specific File and Folderstructure be persistent in the project drawer
I suppose one would want to make a stripped down version of the Bundle.
Another possible alternative
( I’ve used this recently on XP for some basic things )
Last edited by marios (2007-03-05 07:00:05)
I just wanted to second Hakjoon’s comment. I use a couple custom bundles from the repository and having the TXP bundle there would make keeping them all up-to-date a cinch. Your work on the TXP bundle is really brilliant and comes in handy all the time :D
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I have been trying to think about it recently. Yes that will bo so much more nice and logical.
No more all these worries about all these system resource fork files, that accidentaly get packaged up, and also having it preserved there, with the (future) possiblity for some, to commit changes at some point.
Allan writes about it on his Blog here.
The Idea is to emerge a Sharing Point for all sorts of Bundles, where some of them also might be a little to heavy, to be included with TM ( fat dependencies and such )
However, it is still under construction.
Bundles would be available through SVN from there as well.
I just wanted to chime in here =)
e is out of beta and looking like a great option for win users with full bundle support right out of the box. Marios bundle for txp works for the most part without any tweaking at all (Thanks Marios!). Anyhoo it was hardly worth thinking about the 35$ license this is a great set of tools and is a pretty close feature set to textmate.
Yes, the e-edeitor is quite a good addition to have on a windows machine. I am using it on one of my windows machines, so my kids have something to start with.
the txp_bundle is now at version 0.8 FYI.
( I can see from the downloadcunt, that most poeple mysteriously are using v0.7 )
A few changes will be added shortly, like the addition of the new
After that, I am not quite sure, if I can find the time to maintain it to keep it up to date, and am thinking of giving it away for adoption.
Changes are on the way. TextMate v2 and such.
See above. A couple of words, before you click on the link.
Let’s say, we want to build a command, that affects only the array members of one of our custom_functions. Is as simple as that:
One caveat. In case of a php include using the txp native wrapper tag will not give any php scope. Only solution for now is to temporary wrap the code into
<?php ?> and then remove it afterwards.
( That is because of the way other Bundles are matching things, they are not supposed to )
Before I forget, one more. the erB Ruby command uses the same shortcut, as the Insert plugin tag command (ctrl shift >), oither keyboard equivalent will need to be changes, if you need the Ruby Bundle enabled ( Which you probably will ).
Last edited by marios (2007-08-30 02:28:30)