In the event that anyone was using my TextMate Ack In Project fork, protocool released a successor to Ack In Project called AckMate. It’s better. Get it instead.
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I finally got around to officially releasing maphilight 1.2. This mostly just updates the official jquery.com release to the HEAD of the github project. I’d been putting it off because I spent quite a while without easy access to a Windows machine with IE8 to test the fixes that people provided. But I switched back …
A jQuery 1.3 quirk that bit me
deviantART just upgraded to jQuery 1.3, and we found an undocumented jQuery change that broke some things. The behavior of the :enabled selector changed. Before it selected all enabled form elements, now it selects all enabled and non-hidden form elements. This bit us, because we were using jQuery to assemble some form elements to submit …
NautilusSVN is a TortoiseSVN clone for the GNOME file browser, Nautilus. I am very happy to have found this. Now, I just need someone to write “NautilusGit”. (Or wait for the NautilusSVN project to do what they say they plan to, and extend it to cover multiple VCSs…)
Smart Home in TextMate
I really like “smart home” behavior in text editors. That is, I like it when pressing the “home” key first moves the cursor to the start of the indented text on that line, and then to the very beginning of the line on a second press. I go out of my way to enable this …
TextMate bundle: Ack in Project (improved)
I use TextMate for work. It’s a good editor, doesn’t get in my way, and I take advantage of relatively few of its nifty features. One problem with TextMate is that its built-in search is very slow, especially across a large project. Since I work with a full checkout of the deviantART source code, searches …
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A few useful git links
I recently saw one approach to the “what git branch am I on?” issue, which (if you’re using the bash shell) puts your current branch into your prompt. There’s also tortoisegit for Windows. TortoiseSVN has always been one of the best things about SVN, so it’s good to see a clone pop up for git.
I updated my desktop to the new Ubuntu release (Intrepid Ibix) This is mostly good, but I discovered a problem as a side-effect of them improving their mouse support. Now that my mouse is auto-detected with all its buttons, the side-button no longer defaults to being a middle-click. I like having the side-button do middle …
Del.icio.us rebranded to Delicious, along with a new URL. This happened a week or two ago. Incidentally, this new URL broke my delicious widget. I just noticed that a half-hour ago. So it’s fixed.