[IPython-user] TextMate Bundle
Wed Nov 12 18:26:11 CST 2008
I'm happy to see these hacks getting a new lease on life. I'm looking
forward to helping with the project. With the new PySmell TextMate
bundle, I feel like I'm getting dangerously close to Python valhala.
On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 1:10 PM, Matt Foster <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I was pointed at your wiki page on TextMate integration, and
> decided it was such a great idea that I'd make it into a TextMate
> bundle. My aim is to get it put into the official bundle repository.
> To that end, I've set up a google group  for discussion, and made a
> start (by copying and pasting, with some tweaks) at a bundle on GitHub
> I currently maintain the Matlab/Octave bundle for TextMate, and I'm
> gradually moving towards using python instead.
> However, I'm a complete newbie to python and ipython/numpy/scipy so
> I'd like to ask for any comments, suggestions or help that anyone
> would like to give.
> In my view, a bundle wrapping all sorts of useful functionality
> (snippets/commands etc) for aiding scientific computing with python
> would be best, but since it was IPython functionality that inspired me
> to get started, I thought I'd ask you guys first.
> If there are any TextMate users out there who would like to see this
> functionality, or help out, then please join the google group.
> Similarly, if I've missed something that someone else has already done
> in this regard, I'd love to know.
> Matt Foster
> PS. Whilst TextMate itself in non-free, the bundles are open source,
> and freely available to all. I intend to license this bundle similarly
> (probably under an MIT license).
> : http://ipython.scipy.org/moin/Cookbook/UsingIPythonWithTextMate
> : http://groups.google.com/group/ipython-tmbundle/
> : github.com/mattfoster/ipython-tmbundle/
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