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I nominate this page for deletion — we use the IRC channel / mailing list to coordinate this stuff. If no-one objects within some undetermined timeframe I will go ahead and zap this page, Allan


This page tracks who is working on what in the world of TextMate bundle development. This is intended to avoid duplication of effort, not to discourage outside contributions; feel free to make suggestions and send in your own command variants.

Requests for bundles should still be placed in Main.Bundles.

This is an "I'm working on this, so contact me if you want to help." page, and not an "I get the credit page." Everyone listed below is saying they are currently working on something.

To see/tell who implemented (past tense) which features, you should look at/edit the READMEs.

Please add yourself, using the previous entries as a guide.


Currently in Process:

Mediawiki
Andrew Dupont is working on a bundle to allow external editing of pages on Wikipedia and other wikis that use the Mediawiki software. It's inspired by jEdit's mwjed plugin and TextMate's Subversion bundle. The parts that scrape/machine-read are in their own Ruby module, and hopefully it'll be good enough to use for other purposes also. If anyone has any particularly clever ideas for how to persist a wiki "session" across any number of individual pages I'm all ears. Right now I'm just writing to a prefs file.

Jacob Rus is also workign on a Mediawiki bundle, as he couldn't find Andrew, or figure out what had been done, and it seems that months had passed with no usable mediawiki bundle. Parts will be committed to the svn repository as they are finished. This will be Python, and will for the moment use screen scraping, but will advance to a formal API when the server-side portion of said API is finished.

Defaults
  • Special Items Popup/Window/List
    • Kumar McMillan? helped start this simple Function/Class/CSS Rule (i.e. entity) navigation thingie. It currently exists as a command window, html list, and html popup for 7 languages. To add more language handlers, read the comments and edit http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk/Defaults.tmbundle/bin/special_items/handler.py ... or ask about it on the development list or general discussion list. Many thanks to those who have contributed language patterns + HTML transforms.
Diff
Eric Hsu is done working for now on a Diff command. He is tired of wrestling with Javascript and is leaving it sort of simple. If someone wants to make it cooler, go ahead.
Outline Tools
Eric Hsu has completed a draft of a set of tools that turn tabbed lists into various formats like OmniOutliner OPML, HTML, etc.
Python
Brad Miller and Jeroen van der Ham. We might want to redo the operator match to only match on the built-in list of those functions.
Latex
Brad Miller I would like to redo the PDF LaTeX command so that:
  • It does not use a temporary jobname, thus losing references, TOC information etc.
  • If there are errors or warnings about unresolved or duplicated references, I would like to keep the pdflatex output in the html window and make the errors clickable.
  • Provide a link to leave the latex output and move to viewing the pdf. Ideally we might even open two html windows? One for latex output and one for preview?
JavaScript and CSS
I'm working on a version of both JS & CSS syntax's to fit in with the PHP bundle. I have not submitted them to the repository ( http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk ) yet, but should be doing so in a few days or so. You can find me on the ML if you have ideas and requests. [added by Mats Persson on 2005-03-01 21:15 GMT]
YAML
Ben Jackson: I have a working Bundle which is now in the subversion bundles. Would appreciate a hand from anyone interested in getting folding to work a little better; right now it's dependent on leaving a blank line after every block, which makes for a lot of unnecessary whitespace.
Bazaar-ng
Rob Holland: I am working on a Bundle. I should have a working version over the next week or so, time permitting.
IDL
Ethan Gutmann : I am working on a Bundle for IDL (Interactive Data Language). Most folding, indenting and highlighting works. As I use it I will continue to update it. It should go in subversion eventually.
Bibliography
axman6 : I'm working on a small bundle to use for writing bibliographies. I'm using the Harvard style for citations. If you're interested, please check it out at Axman's World. If you'd like to know more or have suggestions for me, please email me at axman6@gmail.com
Textpattern
I am working on a beta version of a TXP Bundle.The major difficulty lies within the Language Grammar.I have found it a viable solution to base all my templating work on.For information about this Bundle, or download, see the Blog Entry first.
DokuWiki
The DokuWiki bundle is feature-complete. Feel free to check it out and let me know how you get on. Rob Rainthorpe.
Forth
Daniel Lyons: I have about half of what a beginner might want in a Forth bundle ready. I intend to polish it up some and then make it available somehow. I'm using Gforth but it shouldn't matter to anyone. For more information, email me at storytotell.org with username fusion.
Parrot && PIR && PASM
I am working on this bundle, while writing my compiler in parrot VM. Dzema 'DimaD' Dmitriy
OpenLaszlo XML
I am currently working on a bundle, which helps writing OpenLaszlo applications. OpenLaszlo is an open-source app-server, which compiles and deploys Flash applications, which are declaratively specified using XML. Find the current archive of the bundle here. Stefan
ActionScript
Ale Muñoz: Currently updating the bundle to use MTASC and swfmill for compiling ActionScript without the Flash IDE. Detailed progress is posted at my blog.
ActionScript 3
Currently there are many developers creating an actionscript 3 bundle. We're trying to bundle forces. To know more, see the mailinglist - mailinglist
MXML and Flex
Old MXML editing bundle (an update of the even-more-old Flex bundle by Daniel Parnell) is available here. It was written for the Flex2 SDK. Not sure how applicable it is to modern deployments.
(download) (email author)
Coldfusion
I am currently working on bringing the old Coldfusion bundle up to date, as well as adding support for other CFML engines and the common CFML frameworks.
email: neil.middleton(at)gmail.com
(download) (mailing list)
Mortran
David Chin: A quick and dirty hack. Some of the syntax elements are peculiar to EGSnrc. Download here.
CodeIgniter
Clark Jones: I'm working on a bundle for the PHP framework CodeIgniter. An early version of the bundle is available. The bundle contains all the api classes as snippets at present.
Download: CodeIgniter Download Page
email: luci3n(at)sellersrank.com
Erlang
Roberto Saccon: I am working on better Erlang integration (templates, more commands, compiling with hyper linked error output, code reloading and later on maybe refactoring). Currently I just publish my progress on my blog (tagged with textmate). Contact me for suggestions or collaboration.
email: rsaccon(at)gmail.com
XQuery
I'm working on a XQuery bundle; currently have basic syntax highlighting, plan to put some snippets...
email: Charles Brossollet (chbrosso (at) free.fr)
Currently in review bundles, check it out on svn here

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Currently in review bundles, check it out on svn here

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REPL
I am working on using GNU screen as a generic REPL (Read-Eval-Print-Loop) interface. I am open to other ideas. Specifically, I want to integrate Scheme, but I think the work is more general than Scheme specifically. Please contact me if you have some ideas, would like to help.
email: mark.m.fredrickson (at) gmail.com
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Joshua Emmons: My MXML editing bundle (an update of the venerable Flex bundle by Daniel Parnell) is available here. You'll need the Flex2 SDK if you want to actually build your apps. The bundle's help explains where to install it and what neato features are included.

(download) (email)
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Old MXML editing bundle (an update of the even-more-old Flex bundle by Daniel Parnell) is available here. It was written for the Flex2 SDK. Not sure how applicable it is to modern deployments.

(download) (email author)
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April 27, 2008, at 13:01 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Nominate page for deletion
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I nominate this page for deletion — we use the IRC channel / mailing list to coordinate this stuff. If no-one objects within some undetermined timeframe I will go ahead and zap this page, Allan


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XQuery
I'm working on a XQuery bundle; currently have basic syntax highlighting, plan to put some snippets...
email: Charles Brossollet (chbrosso (at) free.fr)
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REPL
I am working on using GNU screen as a generic REPL (Read-Eval-Print-Loop) interface. I am open to other ideas. Specifically, I want to integrate Scheme, but I think the work is more general than Scheme specifically. Please contact me if you have some ideas, would like to help.
email: mark.m.fredrickson (at) gmail.com
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I am working on better Erlang integration (templates, more commands, compiling with hyper linked error output, code reloading and later on maybe refactoring). Currently I just publish my progress on my blog. Contact me for suggestions or collaboration.

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Roberto Saccon: I am working on better Erlang integration (templates, more commands, compiling with hyper linked error output, code reloading and later on maybe refactoring). Currently I just publish my progress on my blog (tagged with textmate). Contact me for suggestions or collaboration.

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Erlang
I am working on better Erlang integration (templates, more commands, compiling with hyper linked error output, code reloading and later on maybe refactoring). Currently I just publish my progress on my blog. Contact me for suggestions or collaboration.
email: rsaccon(at)gmail.com
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Coldfusion
I am currently working on bringing the old Coldfusion bundle up to date, as well as adding support for other CFML engines and the common CFML frameworks.
email: neil.middleton(at)gmail.com
(download) (mailing list)
June 30, 2007, at 22:46 UTC by Clark Jones -
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David Chin: A quick and dirty hack. Some of the syntax elements are peculiar to EGSnrc. Download here.

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David Chin: A quick and dirty hack. Some of the syntax elements are peculiar to EGSnrc. Download here.

CodeIgniter
Clark Jones: I'm working on a bundle for the PHP framework CodeIgniter. An early version of the bundle is available. The bundle contains all the api classes as snippets at present.
Download: CodeIgniter Download Page
email: luci3n(at)sellersrank.com
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David Chin: A quick and dirty hack. Some of the syntax elements are peculiar to EGSnrc. Download here.

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David Chin: A quick and dirty hack. Some of the syntax elements are peculiar to EGSnrc. Download here.

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Mortran
David Chin: A quick and dirty hack. Some of the syntax elements are peculiar to EGSnrc. Download here.
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I am currently working on this bundle, while making a little project. Download and more information is posted on http://4d.ratubagus.net/. Joachim

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Currently there are many developers creating an actionscript 3 bundle. We're trying to bundle forces. To know more, see the mailinglist - mailinglist

April 24, 2007, at 03:15 UTC by Joshua Emmons -
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Joshua Emmons: My MXML editing bundle (an update of the venerable Flex bundle by Daniel Parnell) is available here. You'll need the Flex2 SDK if you want to actually build your apps. The bundle's help explains where to install it and what neato features are included.

(download) (email)
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Joshua Emmons: My MXML editing bundle (an update of the venerable Flex bundle by Daniel Parnell) is available here. You'll need the Flex2 SDK if you want to actually build your apps. The bundle's help explains where to install it and what neato features are included.

(download) (email)
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Joshua Emmons: My MXML/Flex editing bundle is available here. You'll need the Flex2 SDK if you want to actually build your apps. The bundle's help explains where to install it and what neato features are included.

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Joshua Emmons: My MXML editing bundle (an update of the venerable Flex bundle by Daniel Parnell) is available here. You'll need the Flex2 SDK if you want to actually build your apps. The bundle's help explains where to install it and what neato features are included. (download) (email)

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I am currently working on this bundle, while making a little project. Download and more information is posted on http://4d.ratubagus.net/. Joachim

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I am currently working on this bundle, while making a little project. Download and more information is posted on http://4d.ratubagus.net/. Joachim

MXML and Flex
Joshua Emmons: My MXML/Flex editing bundle is available here. You'll need the Flex2 SDK if you want to actually build your apps. The bundle's help explains where to install it and what neato features are included.
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I am currently working on this bundle, while making a little project. I will make available really soon. Joachim

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I am currently working on this bundle, while making a little project. Download and more information is posted on http://4d.ratubagus.net/. Joachim

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Ale Muñoz: Currently updating the bundle to use MTASC and swfmill for compiling ActionScript without the Flash IDE. Detailed progress is posted at my blog.

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Ale Muñoz: Currently updating the bundle to use MTASC and swfmill for compiling ActionScript without the Flash IDE. Detailed progress is posted at my blog.

ActionScript 3
I am currently working on this bundle, while making a little project. I will make available really soon. Joachim
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Ale Muñoz Currently updating the bundle to use [MTASC](http://www.mtasc.org/) and [swfmill](http://swfmill.org/) for compiling ActionScript without the Flash IDE. Detailed progress is posted at [][http://bomberstudios.com|my blog]].

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Ale Muñoz: Currently updating the bundle to use MTASC and swfmill for compiling ActionScript without the Flash IDE. Detailed progress is posted at my blog.

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I am currently working on a bundle, which helps writing OpenLaszlo applications. OpenLaszlo is an open-source app-server, which compiles and deploys Flash applications, which are declaratively specified using XML. Find the current archive of the bundle here. Stefan

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I am currently working on a bundle, which helps writing OpenLaszlo applications. OpenLaszlo is an open-source app-server, which compiles and deploys Flash applications, which are declaratively specified using XML. Find the current archive of the bundle here. Stefan

ActionScript
Ale Muñoz Currently updating the bundle to use [MTASC](http://www.mtasc.org/) and [swfmill](http://swfmill.org/) for compiling ActionScript without the Flash IDE. Detailed progress is posted at [][http://bomberstudios.com|my blog]].
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I am currently working on a bundle, which helps writing OpenLaszlo applications. OpenLaszlo is an open-source app-server, which compiles and deploys Flash applications, which are declaratively specified using XML. Find the current archive of the bundle . Stefan

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I am currently working on a bundle, which helps writing OpenLaszlo applications. OpenLaszlo is an open-source app-server, which compiles and deploys Flash applications, which are declaratively specified using XML. Find the current archive of the bundle here. Stefan

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I am currently working on a bundle, which helps writing OpenLaszlo applications. OpenLaszlo is an open-source app-server, which compiles and deploys Flash applications, which are declaratively specified using XML. Find the current archive of the bundle . Stefan

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I am currently working on a bundle, which helps writing OpenLaszlo applications. OpenLaszlo is an open-source app-server, which compiles and deploys Flash applications, which are declaratively specified using XML. Find the current archive of the bundle . Stefan

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I am currently working on a bundle, which helps writing OpenLaszlo applications. OpenLaszlo is an open-source app-server, which compiles and deploys Flash applications, which are declaratively specified using XML. Link to my site to get added. For now, use the contact form here. Stefan

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I am currently working on a bundle, which helps writing OpenLaszlo applications. OpenLaszlo is an open-source app-server, which compiles and deploys Flash applications, which are declaratively specified using XML. Find the current archive of the bundle . Stefan

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I am currently working on a bundle, which helps writing OpenLaszlo applications. OpenLaszlo is an open-source app-server, which compiles and deploys Flash applications, which are declaratively specified using XML. Link to my site to get added. For now, use the contact form here.

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I am currently working on a bundle, which helps writing OpenLaszlo applications. OpenLaszlo is an open-source app-server, which compiles and deploys Flash applications, which are declaratively specified using XML. Link to my site to get added. For now, use the contact form here. Stefan

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I am working on this bundle, while writing my compiler in parrot VM. Dzema 'DimaD' Dmitriy

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I am working on this bundle, while writing my compiler in parrot VM. Dzema 'DimaD' Dmitriy

OpenLaszlo XML
I am currently working on a bundle, which helps writing OpenLaszlo applications. OpenLaszlo is an open-source app-server, which compiles and deploys Flash applications, which are declaratively specified using XML. Link to my site to get added. For now, use the contact form here.
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Daniel Lyons: I have about half of what a beginner might want in a Forth bundle ready. I intend to polish it up some and then make it available somehow. I'm using Gforth but it shouldn't matter to anyone. For more information, email me at storytotell.org with username fusion.

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Daniel Lyons: I have about half of what a beginner might want in a Forth bundle ready. I intend to polish it up some and then make it available somehow. I'm using Gforth but it shouldn't matter to anyone. For more information, email me at storytotell.org with username fusion.

Parrot && PIR && PASM
I am working on this bundle, while writing my compiler in parrot VM. Dzema 'DimaD' Dmitriy
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The DokuWiki bundle is feature-complete. Feel free to check it out and let me know how you get on. Rob Rainthorpe.

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The DokuWiki bundle is feature-complete. Feel free to check it out and let me know how you get on. Rob Rainthorpe.

Forth
Daniel Lyons: I have about half of what a beginner might want in a Forth bundle ready. I intend to polish it up some and then make it available somehow. I'm using Gforth but it shouldn't matter to anyone. For more information, email me at storytotell.org with username fusion.
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The DokuWiki bundle is feature-complete. Feel free to check it out and let me know how you get on. Rob Rainthorpe (rob dot rainthorpe at mac dot com).

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The DokuWiki bundle is feature-complete. Feel free to check it out and let me know how you get on. Rob Rainthorpe.

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I am working on a simple DokuWiki bundle. It's in the repository now. Rob Rainthorpe.

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The DokuWiki bundle is feature-complete. Feel free to check it out and let me know how you get on. Rob Rainthorpe (rob dot rainthorpe at mac dot com).

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I am working on a simple DokuWiki bundle. It's functional already but I should have something suitable for public consumption early next week (20060807-) and I'll welcome criticism and changes. Rob Rainthorpe.

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I am working on a simple DokuWiki bundle. It's in the repository now. Rob Rainthorpe.

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Jacob Rus is also workign on a Mediawiki bundle, as he couldn't find Andrew, or figure out what had been done, and it seems that months had passed with no usable mediawiki bundle. Parts will be committed to the svn repository as they are finished.

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Jacob Rus is also workign on a Mediawiki bundle, as he couldn't find Andrew, or figure out what had been done, and it seems that months had passed with no usable mediawiki bundle. Parts will be committed to the svn repository as they are finished. This will be Python, and will for the moment use screen scraping, but will advance to a formal API when the server-side portion of said API is finished.

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Jacob Rus is also workign on a Mediawiki bundle, as he couldn't find Andrew, or figure out what had been done, and it seems that months had passed with no usable mediawiki bundle. Parts will be committed to the svn repository as they are finished.

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Textile and BBCode
I have working bundles for those markups (including Syntax Highlights and a BBCode2html script (there's RedCloth or pyTextile for Textile)), I just need some time to clean them before putting them on the repository. Unfortunately I have too much work for now, but I'll do it asap. --FredB
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DokuWiki
I am working on a simple DokuWiki bundle. It's functional already but I should have something suitable for public consumption early next week (20060807-) and I'll welcome criticism and changes. Rob Rainthorpe.
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Textpattern
I am working on a beta version of a TXP Bundle.The major difficulty lies within the Language Grammar.I have found it a viable solution to base all my templating work on.For information about this Bundle, or download, see the Blog Entry first.
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Ethan Gutmann : I am working on a Bundle for IDL (Interactive Data Language). Most folding, indenting and highlighting works. As I use it I will continue to update it. It should go in subversion eventually.

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Ethan Gutmann : I am working on a Bundle for IDL (Interactive Data Language). Most folding, indenting and highlighting works. As I use it I will continue to update it. It should go in subversion eventually.

Bibliography
axman6 : I'm working on a small bundle to use for writing bibliographies. I'm using the Harvard style for citations. If you're interested, please check it out at Axman's World. If you'd like to know more or have suggestions for me, please email me at axman6@gmail.com
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Ethan Gutmann : I am working on a Bundle for IDL (Interactive Data Language). I have decent version posted here. Most folding, indenting and highlighting works. As I use it I will continue to update it. It should go in subversion eventually.

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Ethan Gutmann : I am working on a Bundle for IDL (Interactive Data Language). Most folding, indenting and highlighting works. As I use it I will continue to update it. It should go in subversion eventually.

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Ethan Gutmann : I am working on a Bundle for IDL (Interactive Data Language). I have decent version posted |here. Most folding, indenting and highlighting works. As I use it I will continue to update it. It should go in subversion eventually.

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Ethan Gutmann : I am working on a Bundle for IDL (Interactive Data Language). I have decent version posted here. Most folding, indenting and highlighting works. As I use it I will continue to update it. It should go in subversion eventually.

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Ethan Gutmann : I am working on a Bundle for IDL (Interactive Data Language). I have decent version posted at http://aster.colorado.edu/software/IDL.tmbundle.zip. Most folding, indenting and highlighting works. As I use it I will continue to update it. It should go in subversion eventually.

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Ethan Gutmann : I am working on a Bundle for IDL (Interactive Data Language). I have decent version posted |here. Most folding, indenting and highlighting works. As I use it I will continue to update it. It should go in subversion eventually.

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Ethan Gutmann : I am working on a Bundle for IDL (Interactive Data Language). I have decent version posted at http://aster.colorado.edu/software/IDL.tmbundle.zip. Most folding, indenting and highlighting works. As I use it I will continue to update it. It should go in subversion eventually.

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Ethan Gutmann : I am working on a Bundle for IDL (Interactive Data Language). I have decent version posted at http://aster.colorado.edu/software/IDL.tmbundle.zip. Most folding, indenting and highlighting works. As I use it I will continue to update it. It should go in subversion eventually.

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Rob Holland: I am working on a Bundle. I should have a working version over the next week or so, time permitting.

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Rob Holland: I am working on a Bundle. I should have a working version over the next week or so, time permitting.

IDL
Ethan Gutmann : I am working on a Bundle for IDL (Interactive Data Language). I have decent version posted at http://aster.colorado.edu/software/IDL.tmbundle.zip. Most folding, indenting and highlighting works. As I use it I will continue to update it. It should go in subversion eventually.
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Ben Jackson: I have a working Bundle which is now in the subversion bundles. Would appreciate a hand from anyone interested in getting folding to work a little better; right now it's dependent on leaving a blank line after every block, which makes for a lot of unnecessary whitespace.

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Ben Jackson: I have a working Bundle which is now in the subversion bundles. Would appreciate a hand from anyone interested in getting folding to work a little better; right now it's dependent on leaving a blank line after every block, which makes for a lot of unnecessary whitespace.

Bazaar-ng
Rob Holland: I am working on a Bundle. I should have a working version over the next week or so, time permitting.
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Django
Wilson Miner is working on a language bundle for Django templates. Right now it includes a basic language description and a set of snippets. Once I work out a few kinks, I'll add it to the repository. Suggestions and additions welcome. Bundle and more info here: http://groups.google.com/group/django-users/msg/2dbddecb890897ee
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PHP
I'm working on the PHP and HTML-PHP bundles. In the repository ( http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk ) you'll find a redesigned (beta) PHP.plist filled will 3000+ PHP's functions and a new color scheme closer to PHP native syntax highlighting. Hope you'll find my bundle usefull and hopefully it can be further implemented and tested with the community help. I don't like much the HTML-PHP color scheme that makes all HTML grey, I agree that we need a clean color highlighting but maybe a better solution can be found (I find Dreamweaver color scheme for HTML/PHP quite good). I'll try to work on it. [added by Matt Spinelli on 2005-02-22 07:46 GMT][Updated 2005-02-23 13:24 GMT]
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Lua
Wes Houghton is working on an initial pass at a minimal Lua bundle, with the hopes of at least getting the syntax system in place asap. If you are interested in testing out the Lua module, drop me an email, note that I have not had a chance to test it with recent builds. On the bright side, I am hoping to refocus some of my time on getting an updated version out soon also. w e s _at_ a n a p r a x i s.c o m
Tired of waiting for it, Gavin Kistner created his own Lua bundle. You can download it from his website. Send feedback to gavin @t refinery d0t c0m.
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Mediawiki
Andrew Dupont is working on a bundle to allow external editing of pages on Wikipedia and other wikis that use the Mediawiki software. It's inspired by jEdit's mwjed plugin and TextMate's Subversion bundle. The parts that scrape/machine-read are in their own Ruby module, and hopefully it'll be good enough to use for other purposes also. If anyone has any particularly clever ideas for how to persist a wiki "session" across any number of individual pages I'm all ears. Right now I'm just writing to a prefs file.
November 08, 2005, at 16:29 UTC by Ben Jackson -
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I have working bundles for those markups (including Syntax Highlights and a BBCode2html script (there's RedCloth or pyTextile for Textile)), I just need some time to clean them before putting them on the repository. Unfortunately I have too much work for now, but I'll do it asap. --FredB

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I have working bundles for those markups (including Syntax Highlights and a BBCode2html script (there's RedCloth or pyTextile for Textile)), I just need some time to clean them before putting them on the repository. Unfortunately I have too much work for now, but I'll do it asap. --FredB

YAML
Ben Jackson: I have a working Bundle which is now in the subversion bundles. Would appreciate a hand from anyone interested in getting folding to work a little better; right now it's dependent on leaving a blank line after every block, which makes for a lot of unnecessary whitespace.
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Tired of waiting for it, Gavin Kistner created his own Lua bundle. You can download it from his website. Send feedback to gavin @t refinery d0t c0m.
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Django
Wilson Miner is working on a language bundle for Django templates. Right now it includes a basic language description and a set of snippets. Once I work out a few kinks, I'll add it to the repository. Suggestions and additions welcome. Bundle and more info here: http://groups.google.com/group/django-users/msg/2dbddecb890897ee
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Wes Houghton is working on an initial pass at a minimal Lua bundle, with the hopes of at least getting the syntax system in place asap. If you are interested in testing out the Lua module, drop me an email, note that I have not had a chance ot test it with b6 or b7 yet. w e s _at_ a n a p r a x i s.c o m

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Wes Houghton is working on an initial pass at a minimal Lua bundle, with the hopes of at least getting the syntax system in place asap. If you are interested in testing out the Lua module, drop me an email, note that I have not had a chance to test it with recent builds. On the bright side, I am hoping to refocus some of my time on getting an updated version out soon also. w e s _at_ a n a p r a x i s.c o m

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Build with Xcode
Chris Thomas intends to add more structure, but feel free to make improvements meanwhile, as he may not get to it for a while.
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Wes Houghton is working on an initial pass at a minimal Lua bundle, with the hopes of at least getting the syntax system in place asap.

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Wes Houghton is working on an initial pass at a minimal Lua bundle, with the hopes of at least getting the syntax system in place asap. If you are interested in testing out the Lua module, drop me an email, note that I have not had a chance ot test it with b6 or b7 yet. w e s _at_ a n a p r a x i s.c o m

April 22, 2005, at 15:13 UTC by 145.99.226.125 -
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Brad Miller Added the light background syntax file, and wrote the commands Python, pytohtml, and pydoc. Currently thinking about how to initiate an interactive (and/or debugging) session.

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Brad Miller and Jeroen van der Ham. We might want to redo the operator match to only match on the built-in list of those functions.

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Defaults
  • Special Items Popup/Window/List
    • Kumar McMillan? helped start this simple Function/Class/CSS Rule (i.e. entity) navigation thingie. It currently exists as a command window, html list, and html popup for 7 languages. To add more language handlers, read the comments and edit http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk/Defaults.tmbundle/bin/special_items/handler.py ... or ask about it on the development list or general discussion list. Many thanks to those who have contributed language patterns + HTML transforms.
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Wes Houghton is working on an initial pass at a minimal Lua bundle, with the hopes of at least getting the syntax system in place asap.

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Wes Houghton is working on an initial pass at a minimal Lua bundle, with the hopes of at least getting the syntax system in place asap.

Textile and BBCode
I have working bundles for those markups (including Syntax Highlights and a BBCode2html script (there's RedCloth or pyTextile for Textile)), I just need some time to clean them before putting them on the repository. Unfortunately I have too much work for now, but I'll do it asap. --FredB
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Torsten created this page after Eric's request as a possible solution.

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Subversion / Info, Blame, Log
Torsten Becker is working on this currently, Blame and Log are kind of stable.
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I'm working on an initial pass at a minimal Lua bundle, with the hopes of at least getting the syntax system in place asap.

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Wes Houghton is working on an initial pass at a minimal Lua bundle, with the hopes of at least getting the syntax system in place asap.

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I'm working on a version of both JS & CSS syntax's to fit in with the PHP bundle. I have not submitted them to the repository ( http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk ) yet, but should be doing so in a few days or so. You can find me on the ML if you have ideas and requests. [added by Mats Persson on 2005-03-01 21:15 GMT]

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I'm working on a version of both JS & CSS syntax's to fit in with the PHP bundle. I have not submitted them to the repository ( http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk ) yet, but should be doing so in a few days or so. You can find me on the ML if you have ideas and requests. [added by Mats Persson on 2005-03-01 21:15 GMT]

Lua
I'm working on an initial pass at a minimal Lua bundle, with the hopes of at least getting the syntax system in place asap.
March 06, 2005, at 07:16 UTC by Chris Thomas -
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Chris Thomas has rewritten it, and intends to make it even better in the future, but feel free to make improvements meanwhile, as he may not get to it for a while.

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Chris Thomas intends to add more structure, but feel free to make improvements meanwhile, as he may not get to it for a while.

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Java and XML
Brian Lalor did most of this work.
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I'm working on a version of both JS & CSS syntax's to fit in with the PHP bundle. I have not submitted them to the repository ( http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk ) yet, but should be doing so in a few days or so. You can find me on the ML if you have ideas and requests. [added by Mats Persson on 2005-03-01 21:15 GMT]

TODO
Brad Miller Provided the initial proof of concept and help file.
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I'm working on a version of both JS & CSS syntax's to fit in with the PHP bundle. I have not submitted them to the repository ( http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk ) yet, but should be doing so in a few days or so. You can find me on the ML if you have ideas and requests. [added by Mats Persson on 2005-03-01 21:15 GMT]

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User requests for bundles should still be placed in Main.Bundles.

To see/tell who did what you should look at/edit the READMEs.

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Requests for bundles should still be placed in Main.Bundles.

This is an "I'm working on this, so contact me if you want to help." page, and not an "I get the credit page." Everyone listed below is saying they are currently working on something.

To see/tell who implemented (past tense) which features, you should look at/edit the READMEs.

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Currently in Work:

Suggested Use: This is a "I'm working on this, so contact me if you want to help." page, and not a "I get the credit page." So everyone listed below is saying they are currently working on something. Right? - Eric Hsu

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Subversion / Add, Commit, Update, Status
Chris Thomas is actively working on Add, Commit, Update, Status.
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Chris Thomas intends to rewrite this command soon.

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Chris Thomas has rewritten it, and intends to make it even better in the future, but feel free to make improvements meanwhile, as he may not get to it for a while.

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JavaScript/CSS
I'm working on a version of both JS & CSS syntax's to fit in with the PHP bundle. I have not submitted them to the repository ( http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk ) yet, but should be doing so in a few days or so.

[added by Mats Persson on 2005-03-01 21:15 GMT]

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JavaScript and CSS
I'm working on a version of both JS & CSS syntax's to fit in with the PHP bundle. I have not submitted them to the repository ( http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk ) yet, but should be doing so in a few days or so. You can find me on the ML if you have ideas and requests. [added by Mats Persson on 2005-03-01 21:15 GMT]
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Matt, how can I get hold of you?? I've got a PHP bundle that's good (dark & colourful) and could help you with some of the work. I'm on the Mailinglist [added by Mats on 2005-02-23]

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JavaScript/CSS
I'm working on a version of both JS & CSS syntax's to fit in with the PHP bundle. I have not submitted them to the repository ( http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk ) yet, but should be doing so in a few days or so.

[added by Mats Persson on 2005-03-01 21:15 GMT]

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Matt, how can I get hold of you?? I've got a PHP bundle that's good (dark & colourful) and could help you with some of the work. I'm on the Mailinglist [added by Mats on 2005-02-23]

February 23, 2005, at 13:25 UTC by Matt Spinelli -
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I'm working on the PHP and HTML-PHP bundles. Here ( http://cubiq.org/tut/PHP.plist ) you'll find a redesigned (beta) PHP.plist filled will *ALL* 3500+ PHP's functions and a new color scheme closer to PHP native syntax highlight. Hope you'll find my bundle usefull and hopefully it can be further implemented and tested with the community help. I don't like much the HTML-PHP color scheme that makes all HTML grey, I agree that we need a clean color highlighting but maybe a better solution can be found (I find Dreamweaver color scheme for HTML/PHP quite good). I'll try to work on it. [added by Matt Spinelli on 2005-02-22 07:46 GMT]

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I'm working on the PHP and HTML-PHP bundles. In the repository ( http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk ) you'll find a redesigned (beta) PHP.plist filled will 3000+ PHP's functions and a new color scheme closer to PHP native syntax highlighting. Hope you'll find my bundle usefull and hopefully it can be further implemented and tested with the community help. I don't like much the HTML-PHP color scheme that makes all HTML grey, I agree that we need a clean color highlighting but maybe a better solution can be found (I find Dreamweaver color scheme for HTML/PHP quite good). I'll try to work on it. [added by Matt Spinelli on 2005-02-22 07:46 GMT][Updated 2005-02-23 13:24 GMT]

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To see/tell who did what you should look at/edit the READMEs.

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To see/tell who did what you should look at/edit the READMEs.

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I created this page after Eric's request as a possible solution.

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Torsten created this page after Eric's request as a possible solution.

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Brad Miller Provided the initial proof of concept and help file.

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Brad Miller Provided the initial proof of concept and help file.

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CSS / Validate
Torsten Becker is working on a commad to validate selected CSS.
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CSS / Validate'
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CSS / Validate
Torsten Becker is working on a commad to validate selected CSS.
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Torsten Becker working on this currently, Blame and Log are kind of stable.Info will be released in the next days.

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Torsten Becker is working on this currently, Blame and Log are kind of stable.

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Brad Miller Provided the initial proof of concept and help file.

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Brad Miller Provided the initial proof of concept and help file.

CSS / Validate'
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PHP
I'm working on the PHP and HTML-PHP bundles. Here ( http://cubiq.org/tut/PHP.plist ) you'll find a redesigned (beta) PHP.plist filled will *ALL* 3500+ PHP's functions and a new color scheme closer to PHP native syntax highlight. Hope you'll find my bundle usefull and hopefully it can be further implemented and tested with the community help. I don't like much the HTML-PHP color scheme that makes all HTML grey, I agree that we need a clean color highlighting but maybe a better solution can be found (I find Dreamweaver color scheme for HTML/PHP quite good). I'll try to work on it. [added by Matt Spinelli on 2005-02-22 07:46 GMT]
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Eric Hsu is done working for now on a Diff command. He is tired of wrestling with Javascript and is leaving it sort of simple.

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Eric Hsu is done working for now on a Diff command. He is tired of wrestling with Javascript and is leaving it sort of simple. If someone wants to make it cooler, go ahead.

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Eric Hsu started working on a set of tools that turn tabbed lists into various formats like OmniOutliner OPML, HTML, etc. But then life took over.

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Eric Hsu has completed a draft of a set of tools that turn tabbed lists into various formats like OmniOutliner OPML, HTML, etc.

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Eric Hsu is working for the next hour (now: 11:24am -800 GMT) on a Diff command.

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Eric Hsu is done working for now on a Diff command. He is tired of wrestling with Javascript and is leaving it sort of simple.

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Eric Hsu is working for the next hour (now: 11:24am -800 GMT) on a Diff command.
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Suggested Use: This is a "I'm working on this, so contact me if you want to help." page, and not a "I get the credit page." So everyone listed below is saying they are currently working on something. Right? - Eric Hsu

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Eric Hsu started working on a set of tools that turn tabbed lists into various formats like OmniOutliner OPML, HTML, etc.\ But then life took over.

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Eric Hsu started working on a set of tools that turn tabbed lists into various formats like OmniOutliner OPML, HTML, etc. But then life took over.

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Brad Miller Provided the initial proof of concept and help file.

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  * It does not use a temporary jobname, thus losing references, TOC information etc.
  * If there are errors or warnings about unresolved or duplicated references, I would like to keep the pdflatex output in  the html  window and make the errors clickable.
 * Provide  a link to leave the latex output and move to viewing the pdf.  Ideally we might even open two html windows?  One for latex output and one for preview?
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  • It does not use a temporary jobname, thus losing references, TOC information etc.
  • If there are errors or warnings about unresolved or duplicated references, I would like to keep the pdflatex output in the html window and make the errors clickable.
  • Provide a link to leave the latex output and move to viewing the pdf. Ideally we might even open two html windows? One for latex output and one for preview?
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Brad Miller Added the light background syntax file, and wrote the commands Python, pytohtml, and pydoc. Currently thinking about how to do an interactive debugging session.

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Brad Miller Added the light background syntax file, and wrote the commands Python, pytohtml, and pydoc. Currently thinking about how to initiate an interactive (and/or debugging) session.

Latex
Brad Miller I would like to redo the PDF LaTeX command so that:
  * It does not use a temporary jobname, thus losing references, TOC information etc.
  * If there are errors or warnings about unresolved or duplicated references, I would like to keep the pdflatex output in  the html  window and make the errors clickable.
  • Provide a link to leave the latex output and move to viewing the pdf. Ideally we might even open two html windows? One for latex output and one for preview?
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Python
Brad Miller Added the light background syntax file, and wrote the commands Python, pytohtml, and pydoc. Currently thinking about how to do an interactive debugging session.
TODO
Brad Miller Provided the initial proof of concept and help file.
February 17, 2005, at 06:43 UTC by Chris Thomas -
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This page tracks who is developing what (part of) bundles. This is intended to avoid duplication of effort, not to discourage outside contributions; feel free to make suggestions and send in your own command variants. (This is a guidebook, not a stone tablet.)

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This page tracks who is working on what in the world of TextMate bundle development. This is intended to avoid duplication of effort, not to discourage outside contributions; feel free to make suggestions and send in your own command variants.

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This is just to keep track of who is developing what (Part of) a certain Bundle so that there are no conflicts of double work concerning Bundle Development. This is not intended to discourage outside contributions, feel free to make suggestions and send in your own command variants; this is a guidebook, not a stone tablet.

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This page tracks who is developing what (part of) bundles. This is intended to avoid duplication of effort, not to discourage outside contributions; feel free to make suggestions and send in your own command variants. (This is a guidebook, not a stone tablet.)

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I (Torsten) created this page after Eric's request as a possible solution.

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I created this page after Eric's request as a possible solution.

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This is just to keep track of who is developing what (Part of) a certain Bundle so that there are no conflicts of double work concerning Bundle Development.

I created this page after Erics request as a possible solution.

Requests should still go to Main.Bundles.

Please add yourself. (maybe after the given scheme)

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This is just to keep track of who is developing what (Part of) a certain Bundle so that there are no conflicts of double work concerning Bundle Development. This is not intended to discourage outside contributions, feel free to make suggestions and send in your own command variants; this is a guidebook, not a stone tablet.

I (Torsten) created this page after Eric's request as a possible solution.

User requests for bundles should still be placed in Main.Bundles.

Please add yourself, using the previous entries as a guide.

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Subversion / Add, Commit, Update, Status
Chris Thomas is actively working on Add, Commit, Update, Status.
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Java and XML
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Build with Xcode
Chris Thomas intends to rewrite this command soon.
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"Java and XML":Brian Lalor did most of this work.

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Info will be released in the next days.

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Info will be released in the next days.

Outline Tools
Eric Hsu started working on a set of tools that turn tabbed lists into various formats like OmniOutliner OPML, HTML, etc.\ But then life took over.
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This is just to keep track of who is developing what (Part of) a certain Bundle so that there are no conflicts of double work concerning Bundle Development.

I created this page after Erics request as a possible solution.

Requests should still go to Main.Bundles.

Please add yourself. (maybe after the given scheme)


Currently in Work:

Subversion / Info, Blame, Log
Torsten Becker working on this currently, Blame and Log are kind of stable.Info will be released in the next days.