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(download) By Rob Bevan
This adds syntax colouring and a ‘Test Movie in Flash’ command, so you can select a .fla file in your project and have it open and run in Flash. I’ll be adding Snippets etc. later.
(download) By Dominique PERETTI
Different syntax coloring.
(download) By Isaac Rivera
More specific syntax coloring.
ASP (Classic, VBScript) (download) By Rich Barton
(update) by Eric Hsu
I updated the above LaTeX bundle by GLG to handle the case where you want a $ (\$) and to have a new command ‘Send to TeXShop’, which will have TeXShop open the file. If you set TS to ‘Configure for External Editor’, then it will automatically turn the .tex file into a PDF.
(another update) by Andrew Ellis
I updated Eric’s bundle to include colouring for paragraphs, subequations, citet and citep (natbib), and generally changed the colouring. I also changed Gaetan’s Bibtex plist: it now calls itself Bibtex instead of Bibtext and no longer colours the @ in email addresses.
There is also an ‘insert figure’ snippet, and commands for ‘comment/uncomment’ and ‘open in iTeXMac’ (I prefer it to TeXShop ;-)).
(bug corrections) By Gaetan Le Guelvouit
I updated my initial highlighting scheme to take into account remarks from Eric and Andrew (i.e. \$, \citep and \citet, \paragraph, etc. in LaTeX files and @... in Bibtex). I also corrected some bugs:
(added snippets) By Normand Mousseau
I have added a number of snippets to the bundle by Gaetan Le Guelvouit to generate structures such as equations, figures, tables, etc. To avoid conflict all the triggers start with a capital letter. (Corrected the bundle at 17:05)
(15/10/04) New version. I have also corrected the call to TexShop to allow for spaces (as done properly by Eric Hsu). Also added a return on the last line of the snippets to allow an exit of the structures using tab, to go with the latest beta of TextMate.
Logtalk (download) By Paulo Moura
First release of a Logtalk mode. Includes support for syntax highlighting, folding, automatic indentation when writing predicates, and several code snippets for defining objects, protocols, categories, and predicates.
This is fantastic, however, it’s not quite there yet. Matlab uses % for comments, you might want to change that. Another thing is that the transpose operator isn’t coloured correctly, ie. ‘matlab’ is a string, but matlab’ is a transposed matrix (I tried but couldn’t quite get it right). If you want to contact me, my email is email@example.com AndrewEllis
The NAnt command now uses the TM_CURRENT_WORD to select a build target (default to all if no word is selected). There’s also syntax highlighting for the build file.
(updated 10-17-04) By Eric Hsu
Another quickie Perl syntax bundle for TextMate. This one seems to have more keywords than Gregg’s.
(download) By Philipf
Dark on light theme with colors from Dive into Python Recognizes 2.3 keywords and built-ins. Numerics pattern disabled. Snippets for class and function definitions can be downloaded separately.
(download) By Jeroen van der Ham
Was not happy with the above two, so I fiddled around and mixed the features of both of the above. I rewrote the folding start to a single regexp, but can’t get the folding stop to work correctly. Any input is welcome at jeroen at os3 dot nl.
Warning: This one is white on black.
(download) By Bob Fleck
Yet another python mode. Merges elements of the above three with expanded keyword, built-in function, and built-in exception tables from emacs python mode. Also has folding for various sequence initializers and snippets for several control flow keywords. (Note: use ‘iff’ for ‘if’, since C mode is using ‘if’.) This one is also white on black. Please send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Updated on Oct. 19, 2004 with fixes to keyword/built-in highlighting and simplified snippets.