I’m a slow learner when it come to shortcuts and i got real tired
looking up Textmate’s Rails snippets & commands in the context menu.
So i fired up trusty OmniGraffle and quickly created a little Cheat
Sheet for all default snippets/macros/commands in Textmate’s current
Rails Bundle. Certainly helped me to remember these quickly. So, if
you’re using Textmate and, like me, can’t remember all the handy
shortcuts and tab triggers, feel free to download the pdf I put
Feel free to repost it if you find it any useful.
This relates to the syncPEOPLE on Rails 1.0 bundle, which now comes
standard with Textmate (if you haven’t recently updated your textmate
bundles, you can also download the latest bundle here: http://
If you’ve only used this Rails bundle casually, i’d really recommend
taking a closer look and checking out some of its awesome features,
like the ability to temporally pull all partials into the main View
and the auto self-down on table/column drops in Migrations etc. Check
out this video: http://media.libsyn.com/media/beercaster/
TextMateRailsBundle640x480.mov or read about the features: http://
syncpeople.com/downloads/syncpeople_on_rails_features. Thanks to
Duane J. and syncPEOPLE for creating such an awesome bundle.