.08Fast .8Furious (syncPEOPLE TM Bundle update)


#1

syncPEOPLE (of which myself and Duane J. make up a part) would
like to brag about the newest TM bundle, now with .DMG and patent
pending (or not) QuickDrag installer technology.

NEW FEATURE:
command-option-p (without selection): Inline Partial Edit Mode
When inside a view file that contains one or more ?render :partial?
statements, hit ?command-option-p? without any selection and your
partials will be brought in to the current file to be edited. Once
done with them, hit command-option-p again and they will be saved to
their appropriate locations and removed.

NEW FEATURE:
command-option-g: Rails Generator
Hit ?command-option-g? from any file and you will be taken through 2
or 3 simple dialogs to help you generate scaffolds, models,
migrations, controllers and more

Oh boy, get it while its hot. Before duane puts up a paypal link to
support “bandwidth costs” - yeah right.

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#2

On 2/20/06, Pete L. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

NEW FEATURE:
command-option-p (without selection): Inline Partial Edit Mode
When inside a view file that contains one or more “render :partial”
statements, hit “command-option-p” without any selection and your
partials will be brought in to the current file to be edited. Once
done with them, hit command-option-p again and they will be saved to
their appropriate locations and removed.

OK, don’t take this the wrong way, but us Windows users hate you now.
Hate.

That’s impossibly cool.


#3

Wilson B. wrote:

On 2/20/06, Pete L. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

NEW FEATURE:
command-option-p (without selection): Inline Partial Edit Mode
When inside a view file that contains one or more “render :partial”
statements, hit “command-option-p” without any selection and your
partials will be brought in to the current file to be edited. Once
done with them, hit command-option-p again and they will be saved to
their appropriate locations and removed.

OK, don’t take this the wrong way, but us Windows users hate you now.
Hate.

That’s impossibly cool.

Yup - this is insanely great. Wilson - time to do what I did… buy a
Mac! :slight_smile:

Keith