Re: Ruby Idioms (TextMate Bundle)

Let me clarify that I understand a plain text file would not generate
code interactively in another editor. I guess I’m seeking a collection
of all the idioms you have gathered that could be used for study and
copy/paste. I recall not knowing how to get at the syntax examples – a
file type I did not recognize as a Windows user. I don’t mean to create
significantly more work for you though, as I appreciate all you already
contribute to the community.


On Apr 26, 2006, at 9:49 AM, Jamal M. wrote:

contribute to the community.
Most of the files in the bundle are XML files. If you open them in a
text editor or view them in the online repository[1], you will see
the contents, my tab triggers/keyboard shortcuts for them, etc. You
could use the TextMate manual[2] to answer questions about the
special combinations inside of the content.

Here’s an example:

Hope that helps.

James Edward G. II


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