Forum: Ruby on Rails TextMate Bundle using Gedit

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82e31cc9f57fcbd5c797ac4f8e3a7551?d=identicon&s=25 Jason White (silliemunkie)
on 2008-10-17 22:22
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Hello All,    is it possible to use a textmate bundle in Gedit? I'm
using
Ubuntu 8.04 at the moment.

thanks,
Jason
A4ee740ecfd0cca4feccad726fb5f5ee?d=identicon&s=25 mgutz (Guest)
on 2008-10-18 17:34
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I do not think so. As you probably know, there are several plugins
(snippets, project browser?) you can enable to get close though. You
might want to try Netbeans. I switch between Ubuntu 8.04 and OS X
regularly and I prefer Netbeans over Textmate. It's that good.

On Oct 17, 1:21 pm, "jason white" <stonesoupandboiledfr...@gmail.com>
1b53084580b2e7f4de3b6b67ec367622?d=identicon&s=25 Philipe Farias (Guest)
on 2008-10-18 18:45
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For what I know you can't use the TM bundles...
But like mgutz pointed there's a lot of plugins. There is some
alternatives to achieve something like TM bundles. Look at this links:
- GMate - http://github.com/lexrupy/gmate/ (http://
alexandredasilva.wordpress.com/gmate/)
- gedit-rails - http://github.com/mig/gedit-rails/

Think that GMate is the most complete. I use these as base for my
customizations. My current configuration has also this plugins:
- code_formatter (http://github.com/urubatan/gedit_formatter/)
- git_branch (http://github.com/ozeias/gedit_git_branch/)
- completion (http://users.tkk.fi/~otsaloma/gedit/)
- grep (http://blog.veles.info/2008/05/gedit-grep-plugin.html)
1b53084580b2e7f4de3b6b67ec367622?d=identicon&s=25 Philipe Farias (Guest)
on 2008-10-18 18:45
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For what I know you can't use the TM bundles...
But like mgutz pointed there's a lot of plugins. There is some
alternatives to achieve something like TM bundles. Look at this links:
- GMate - http://github.com/lexrupy/gmate/ (http://
alexandredasilva.wordpress.com/gmate/)
- gedit-rails - http://github.com/mig/gedit-rails/

Think that GMate is the most complete. I use these as base for my
customizations. My current configuration has also this plugins:
- code_formatter (http://github.com/urubatan/gedit_formatter/)
- git_branch (http://github.com/ozeias/gedit_git_branch/)
- completion (http://users.tkk.fi/~otsaloma/gedit/)
- grep (http://blog.veles.info/2008/05/gedit-grep-plugin.html)
82e31cc9f57fcbd5c797ac4f8e3a7551?d=identicon&s=25 Jason White (silliemunkie)
on 2008-10-18 19:48
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thank you all for your responses. i will have to give Gmate a try. I
have an
old iBook G3 (it's 8 years old) and still works. I've been thinking of
buying a new macbook, but still haven't decided if i want to spend the
money
just to use TextMate. I really like the new Mac's, but it comes with a
big
price tag. So for now i will stick with Ubuntu.

Jason
04952a6ee948f345e9c3727850d09a1b?d=identicon&s=25 Dejan Dimic (Guest)
on 2008-10-18 21:30
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You should try the VIM also for ruby and Ruby on Rails development.

http://rails.vim.tpope.net/


On Oct 18, 7:47 pm, "jason white" <stonesoupandboiledfr...@gmail.com>
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