TextMate Tip #3 (Don’t Leave The Editor)

Good editors do not make you leave the editor to get things done, they provide you ways to do what you need in their environment.

TextMate Tip #3 (Don’t Leave The Editor) from Derek Neighbors on Vimeo.

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7 Responses to TextMate Tip #3 (Don’t Leave The Editor)

  1. Patrick says:

    Thank you very much for this handy little tips.

  2. John says:

    Nice tips! I see you still using ruby 1.8.6 there… :P

  3. John, Yeah. It’s what shipped with my MacBook, if I remember correctly.

  4. Trevor says:

    These are great video tips! Thank you for putting them out there.

  5. Sam Livingston-Gray says:

    Nice! I’m glad to see this, and despite having fairly decent text-surgery skills, I haven’t been using most of these integration features.

    One minor point: in the video, when you cut the block args and pasted them after the ‘do’, you could’ve highlighted the text (plus one of its surrounding spaces) and used Ctrl+Cmd+arrows to move it all a few characters to the right.

    …in fact, that could be another tip. ;>

  6. Andy Ferra says:

    This series is great Derek. Keep it up.

    This episode got me thinking about RubyAMP.

    BTW, I pretty much decided that vim wasn’t worth the energy. Back to TM with a fresh perspective and loving it.

  7. Adam says:

    Thanks for these tips! Very helpful and they’ll keep me out of irb needlessly :)

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