On Sun, Dec 18, 2005 at 09:41:39PM +0100, Steve R. wrote:
summary of the problems at the top linked to the details below.
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Here are a few comments:
If you find yourself using backslashes within double quoted strings to
embedded double quotes, replace the surrounding double quotes with %()
You a number of different characters other than () as the delimiter if
START_BROWSER_COMMAND = “open /Applications/Safari.app %s”
The open command takes a ‘-a’ option which allows you to specify which
application to use. So the above constant could be ‘open -a Safari %s’.
if l.rstrip.length == 0
This can be more directly expressed as ‘l.rstrip.empty?’.
You can bind this functionality to some key combo in textmate and have
open up its own window (in other words, skipping the Safari step).
More info here:
I’d give a bit of padding in the boxes that hold the test results.
Thanks for sharing!