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WordPress TextMate Bundle: Better late than never edition (aka: 3.3)

FINALLY! WordPress 3.3 support is up for the TextMate Bundle. This is pretty much an update to the function definitions to add in new functions that were added in WordPress 3.3. I’ve been out of the WordPress loop for a little while now and I’m not up to speed to what some of the new […]

January 26, 2012 | Plugins, TextMate, WordPress | Comments Off on WordPress TextMate Bundle: Better late than never edition (aka: 3.3)

WordPress Bundle now works with The TextMate 2 Alpha

The WordPress TextMate bundle now works just fine with the TextMate 2 Alpha. It was easier than I thought it would be. It boiled down to some environment variables changing a little bit. No biggie. So, there it is. TextMate 2 Alpha support. If you notice anything weird please open a Support Ticket on GitHub. […]

January 6, 2012 | TextMate, WordPress | 1 comment

TextMate 2 and the WordPress Bundle

We’re all excited to see that TextMate 2 Alpha has been released. It was a long wait but by the looks of the Alpha it appears that the wait wasn’t wasted. There’s plenty to be happy about with the Alpha. I’ve been doing some cursory testing with the WordPress Bundle and so far it appears […]

December 13, 2011 | Plugins, TextMate, WordPress | Comments Off on TextMate 2 and the WordPress Bundle

New WP Salts command in the WordPress TextMate bundle

I just merged a pull request from Simon Wheatley in to the WordPress TextMate Bundle that adds the command wpsalts to generate the Security Keys for the WP Config file. The command uses the WordPress.org secret-key Service. Very handy. Thanks Simon!

September 14, 2011 | TextMate, WordPress | 1 comment

curl’ing a URL in TextMate

Ok, sorry, I can’t let all the BBEdit users think that they’ve discovered something new 😉 In case you’ve noticed the amazement lately on blogs and twitter where BBEdit users have discovered a way to open a curl’d url in BBEdit to view its source you may be wondering “how do I do this in […]

August 18, 2011 | TextMate | 1 comment

WordPress TextMate bundle updated for WordPress 3.2

So, WordPress 3.2 has been out for a little while now and I’ve just gotten around to updating the bundle. My apologies, I’ve just been super swamped with a new job in a new city. But that’s some whining for another post. After much fiddling, the updated WordPress TextMate Bundle is here and it has […]

July 11, 2011 | PHP Scripting, TextMate, WordPress | 1 comment

WordPress TextMate Bundle Updated

WordPress 3.1 RC is here, so I figure its time enough to issue an update my [recently neglected, sorry ’bout that, its been busy] WordPress TextMate Bundle. All function definitions have been updated to the 3.1 RC code base. There is a tag for the 3.0 branch as it sat this afternoon. No new features […]

December 27, 2010 | PHP Scripting, Plugins, TextMate, WordPress | 1 comment

WordPress TextMate Bundle Updated

I just updated the WordPress TexMate Bundle with some new features. Cron/Scheduled Events I’ve never really worked with the built in Cron in WordPress but have heard others talk about how much of a pain it is. After recently reading a Sitepoint.com article on scheduling events I was able to get the jist of it. […]

July 22, 2010 | Plugins, TextMate | 1 comment

WordPress TextMate Bundle is ready for WordPress 3.0

Today marks the release of WordPress 3.0 and with this release the WordPress TextMate Bundle is ready for it. The bundle had been updated to support the new features in WordPress 3.0 including, but not limited to: custom post types, featured images, and WordPress MU integration. The menu has been rearranged a little bit and […]

June 17, 2010 | Plugins, TextMate, Web Design & Development | 1 comment

Open a file’s parent folder as a Project in TextMate

So, I can’t count how many times I’ve opened a single file for editing in TextMate and then realized that I need to do more than just edit that one file. And most of the time the other files that I need to edit are in the same folder as the file that I’m currently […]

May 27, 2010 | TextMate | Comments Off on Open a file’s parent folder as a Project in TextMate