Category: TextMate

Encrypting Files with TextMate

I love the way TextMate doesn’t bludgeon you over the head with its feature set, instead presenting a super-clean UI that belies the extensive amount of features and utilities under the hood. One of the little bits that I’ve just stumbled upon was the file encryption command under the Text bundle (Bundles -> Text -> […]

ActionScript Support for TextMate’s TmCodeBrowser Plugin

Update 2007-05-30: Added support for const vars One of the things I’ve been searching for ever since I switched over to using TextMate for ActionScript development has been code browsing of classes/properties/methods. TextMate has the method list in the status bar, but that’s it. I found the TmCodeBrowser plugin recently, and it worked…for everything except […]

ActionScript Support for TextMate's TmCodeBrowser Plugin

Update 2007-05-30: Added support for const vars One of the things I’ve been searching for ever since I switched over to using TextMate for ActionScript development has been code browsing of classes/properties/methods. TextMate has the method list in the status bar, but that’s it. I found the TmCodeBrowser plugin recently, and it worked…for everything except […]

Textmate Blogging Bundle Test

If you’re seeing this, blogging from TextMate has succeeded. For some reason WordPress returns an invalid size header, which causes the configuration to fail. Commenting out the else if block on line 551 of /usr/lib/ruby/1.8/xmlrpc/client.rb solved the issue.

TextMate/MTASC/XTrace Revisited

A couple of months ago I switched over to TextMate as my full-time AS editor. Previously I’d been using XCode with the PixelConsumption AS 2 framework. Although Textmate doesn’t have the nice code-hinting of that XCode framework, it does have an Actionscript bundle and autocomplete for strings already present in your document. TextMate’s snippets have […]