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#37 2006-12-13 19:27:45

hcgtv
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Re: A textpattern bundle for TextMate beta version

marios wrote:

Which files won’t open ?

It freaks out on the info.plist files and none of the tmsnippets get extracted. But never mind, I got it unzipped on my Debian machine, though looking at it from a Windows box is not an option. I’ll just look at on the Linux box, just wanted to see how you put together the bundle.

You put a lot of work into this, have you announced it on Textmate related forums?

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#38 2006-12-13 20:09:44

marios
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Re: A textpattern bundle for TextMate beta version

hcgtv wrote:

marios wrote:

Which files won’t open ?

It freaks out on the info.plist files

Seems, like windows doesn’t understand xml.

and none of the tmsnippets get extracted.

( I think, it is a limitation to the max amount of digits of the file extension under windows 32bit platforms , .tmSnippets has 9 characters from what I remember)

But never mind, I got it unzipped on my Debian machine, though looking at it from a Windows box is not an option. I’ll just look at on the Linux box, just wanted to see how you put together the bundle.

It only makes sense to look at it from MAC OS. It’s pretty much proprietary .

By the way, you might be interested in this
Although, I don’t believe, that it will ever be the same.

(TextMate is in complete harmony with CoCoa , Ruby and the underliing Shell, and will surpass by excellence about any clones or derivates for many years to come.)

You put a lot of work into this, have you announced it on Textmate related forums?

There is no forum, but it’s on Allan Odgaards Blog

regards, marios

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#39 2006-12-13 21:18:54

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Re: A textpattern bundle for TextMate beta version

Do you plan on adding it to the bundle repository? That way we could manage it using the Get Bundle bundle. Not sure how one goes about getting bundles in the repo.


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#40 2006-12-13 22:39:49

marios
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Re: A textpattern bundle for TextMate beta version

@hakjoon, currently the interest for that has been low.

( Divide TM Users by the number of TXP Users = not much )
The major problem is, that once it is in the repository, it has to keep up with the speed of improvement, that for those Bundles implies.
( Running behind cutting Edge rv numbers )

A lot of stuff also is ported towards Ruby these days, while here it uses mostly some simple Bash Syntax.
It’s probably not going to happen any time soon.

( I could ask Alan though, wether that makes sense or not, once he gets back from New-Zealand )

regards, marios

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#41 2006-12-14 00:43:48

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Re: A textpattern bundle for TextMate beta version

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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#42 2006-12-15 03:35:56

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Re: A textpattern bundle for TextMate beta version

@hakjoon, thanks for your positive feedback.
I’ll try to get it up to date in the meanwhile and see what can be done about it.

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#43 2007-03-03 22:56:05

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Re: A textpattern bundle for TextMate beta version

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:

  • Added pseudo support for category container tags. ( That also means, that you can trigger a compound single/container tag with ctrl shift right arrow, just like with a plugintag. Special Return is not supported for these, so leave all category container tags on one line, for easier maintenance. )
  • Fixed a couple of wrong scopes
  • Added missing tags and tagattributes
  • compound article snippet syntax fix
  • Updated completion prefs array
  • Reassignment of keybord shortcuts. Take a look in the menu-structure column, to understand what has changed.
    • This last change was necessary, to avoid conflicts with other Bundle Items and fix a couple of convention errors, as oulined here.

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.

regards, marios


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#44 2007-03-04 08:18:13

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Re: A textpattern bundle for TextMate beta version

Anyone tried this bundle with E-Texteditor yet?

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#45 2007-03-05 06:45:11

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Re: A textpattern bundle for TextMate beta version

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 )

regards, marios

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#46 2007-03-05 16:09:19

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Re: A textpattern bundle for TextMate beta version

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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#47 2007-03-05 17:09:16

marios
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Re: A textpattern bundle for TextMate beta version

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.

There is also a new concept that arouse from Thomas Aylott’s adoption of the Javascript Tools Bundle.

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.

regards, marios


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#48 2007-08-23 01:36:52

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Re: A textpattern bundle for TextMate beta version

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.

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