Forum: Ruby on Rails [ANN] TextMate Backtracer v.1.1

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Duane J. (Guest)
on 2006-02-19 06:50
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== Announcement ==

== Changes ==
The textmate backtracer plugin, with the insight of Jonathan W.,
now detects whether or not the server is a Mac system.  With this
additional check, it's less likely that non-Mac users will be
troubled by the plugin.

== What is it? ==
Whenever a Rails exception occurs, it spits out a backtrace full of
filenames and line numbers. Iâ??ve often thought, â??Wouldnâ??t it be nice
if I could just click on one of those and it would take me to the
problem?â? Well, it is niceâ??and you can use this new plugin with
TextMate too, if youâ??d like.

The textmate_backtracer plugin will make each of the backtrace lines
clickable in your browser. Iâ??ve tested this with FireFox and Safari.
Itâ??s not a debugger, but it makes life easier.

== Download ==

P.S. If you're interested in this plugin, and haven't seen the other
announcement, check out the "syncPeople on Rails Bundle" for TextMate
as well.

Duane J.
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