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New-ish subtleGradient TextMate SVN RSS

Quick note to let you know about my new-ish subtleGradient TextMate Bundles and Themes updates RSS Feed

Enjoy.

Also, my subtleGradient unofficial TextMate bundles and themes Subversion Repo is still up.

The best way to enjoy my bundles is to check them out of subversion.

Grab a Single Bundle Item

If you just want a single item, just browse through the repo, download the thing (Snippet, Command, Language Syntax or whatever) that you want and stick it in one of your existing bundles. Your personal bundles are stored in ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Bundles/ .

Checkout a Single Bundle

If you want to check out an individual bundle from SVN, do this: (and by ‘do this’ I mean, ‘run this command in the Terminal’ obviously)


	svn checkout http://textmate.svn.subtlegradient.com/Bundles/tAylott_subtleGradient.tmbundle/ ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Bundles/tAylott_subtleGradient.tmbundle/

You can then just do a simple svn up occasionally to make sure you’re updated with the latest stuff.

Checkout a Single Theme

Unfortunately, SVN can’t just checkout a single file (for good reason, but still annoying). So if you want to grab a single Theme, just:

  1. Browse to my Themes folder
  2. Download a single theme (EG: Brilliance Black)
  3. Rename it from .tmTheme.txt to just .tmTheme (If necessary)
  4. Double Click it
    • It should automatically add it to your personal TextMate Themes folder

The biggest problem with this method is that you have to go through all this every time you want the updated version of the file.

Most themes don’t change too often, so that shouldn’t really matter. The Brilliance themes are all still in BETA so they get updated occasionally.

Checkout All My Themes

Run this command in the Terminal:


	svn checkout http://textmate.svn.subtlegradient.com/Themes/ ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Themes/

This shouldn’t mess up any of your existing Themes or anything, it should just add all my stuff to yours.

The upshot of this method is that you can just do a simple svn up occasionally to make sure you’re updated with the latest stuff.

Checkout All My Bundles

Let me put it this way. Don’t do this. You really don’t want all of my bundles.

You have been warned. ;)

Enjoy