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Text editing for fun and profit

This post should be treated as an historical artifact at this point.

In the attempt to streamline the process of maintaining the myriad scripts and config files that I use day to day as part of both my day job and my droll hobby. I’ve used TextMate for everything, which I’ve previously discussed (particularly using it in conjunction with CSSEdit, which we’ll come back to). But this has sort of spiraled out of control as I’ve spent more time working with PHP scripts (such as WordPress themes) and I’ve started to wonder about the newer generation of all-in-one editors. Continue Reading →

CSSEdit & TextMate = L-O-V-E

I don’t know if I’ve ever personally mentioned this and I know I’m years late to the party, but it bears repeating that CSSEdit and TextMate are two of the only applications I miss when I’m on a Linux machine. One could argue that there is always (re: eternally) going to be vi/vim or emacs, but in my opinion there is no beating the combination of these two applications for web development or layout work. Continue Reading →