> Yes, I made a bulletin board bundle (in fact these things were my
> first textmate bundle items, so they're probably somewhat shitty
> with out-of-date scopes, etc.). It doesn't have too much
> functionality, but it should do reasonable syntax highlighting, and
> things like cmd-b for bold, etc.
Yes it does work very well. I was just thinking that it would be
something cool if the Bundle could handle these things. So that
editing is a little more comfortable.
@Niels: I have the Bundle already installed! Thanks for your
Zeitler Andreas wrote:
> Yes it does work very well. I was just thinking that it would be
> something cool if the Bundle could handle these things. So that editing
> is a little more comfortable.
Hmm, well you'll have to explain what you mean. There's no way that the
bundle can really fetch posts from a BB, etc. The best way to use the
BBCode bundle is--assuming you use a webkit-based browser like Safari,
OmniWeb, etc.--to make a new post in your browser, and then use the edit
in textmate input manager to get the text into TextMate. Then when you
save the textmate window, it will put the updated text back into your
browser. If you use firefox, i think some sort of external editor
support is achievable, but I don't know how. If you use Opera or
Camino, I think you're out of luck for now (though I could be wrong