Installed Bundles

Delisa Mason edited this page Aug 29, 2011 · 2 revisions

Pre-installed Bundles

Redcar comes with a number of pre-installed bundles.

  • Apache – Commands to relaunch Apache, edit the httpd.conf file etc.
  • Blogging – Post directly to your blog with this bundle.
  • Bundle Development – This bundle has functionality related to developing bundles for TextMate.
  • C Sharp – Language grammar, snippets, and more for the C# language. Which is intended to be a simple, modern, general-purpose, object-oriented programming language. To be executed through an implementation of the Common Language Runtime (CLR). Such as the dotGNU, Mono
  • C++ Qt – Qt is a platform independent C++ library/framework for application development. It started out as a GUI framework.
  • C – Support for the venerable C programming language and for the leaner C++. The bundle has completion (using ⌥⎋) for the standard C functions and, in C++, STL algorithms.
  • Clojure – No Description Available
  • CSS – The cascading stylesheet language is used in web pages. This bundle has syntax highlight, lots of snippets, validation, and more.
  • CTags – The ctags system allows you to jump to the definition of a symbol. This bundle adds such support to TextMate.
  • Cucumber – No Description Available
  • CVS – This bundle gives you easy access to most functions of the CVS revision control system.
  • D – Syntax highlight for the D programming language
  • Diff – Syntax highlight and diff related functionality, for example see differences between document and last saved version, use a diff file as a patch, etc.
  • DokuWiki – Supports basic syntax highlighting for the DokuWiki syntax. Also includes a few useful snippets.
  • Factor – No Description Available
  • GetBundle – A bundle to retrieve more bundles from the subversion repository at macromates.com.
  • Groovy-Grails – Grails – A ‘code by convention’ Groovy web framework.
  • groovy – No Description Available
  • Haskell – Support for Haskell, a general purpose, purely functional programming language featuring static typing, higher order functions, polymorphism, type classes, and monadic effects.
  • HTML – Support for the Hypertext Markup Language.
  • Hyperlink Helper – The commands in this bundle makes it easy to create hyper links for example by searching for the current word or using the clipboard contents. This bundle is much more useful than it sounds!
  • ImageBrowser – Finds images in your current project and displays them in an image browser that runs inside TextMate.
  • Io – Support for the Io prototype-based programming language.
  • Java – A bundle for the Java programming language.
  • JavaScript jQuery – Support for the jQuery JavaScript library.
  • JavaScript Prototype & Script_aculo_us – Support for the Prototype JavaScript library.
  • JavaScript – Support for JavaScript.
  • JSON – Syntax highlight for JavaScript Object Notation files, often used as a lightweight serialization format.
  • Latex – Support for the LaTeX typesetting system, the de facto standard for scientific papers.
  • Lisp – Support for the Lisp functional programming language.
  • Makefile – Minimal syntax highlight and a build (make) command.
  • Markdown – Markdown allows you to write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, then convert it to structurally valid XHTML. This bundle provides preview functionality, syntax highlighting, and several useful commands.
  • Math – Support for performing different calculations inside TextMate.
  • Navigation – Experimental bundle with some navigation commands, like jump to closing parenthesis, etc.
  • Outlines – Various commands for converting textual outlines (defined via indent) to other formats, such as HTML and LaTeX.
  • Palm-WebOS-Development – No Description Available
  • Perl HTML-Template – HTML::Template is a template processing system for Perl.
  • Perl Template Toolkit – Template Toolkit is a fast, powerful and extensible template processing system for Perl.
  • Perl – Support for the Perl programming language.
  • PHPPHP is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML.
  • Postscript – Support for the Postscript langauge, generally associated with printers.
  • Processing – Processing is an open source programming language and environment for people who want to program images, animation, and sound.
  • Property List – Support for the various forms of Apple’s Property List format (originally from NeXT).
  • Python Django Templates – Support for the Django web framework HTML extensions.
  • Python Django – Support for the Django web framework (Python).
  • Python – Support for the Python programming language.
  • RedcarRepl – Syntax highlighting for the Ruby REPL.
  • RegularExpressions – Miscellaneous support for working with regular expressions.
  • Rez – A resource description file is Mac-specific and used to compile the resource fork of a file using the rez shell command.
  • Ruby Haml – HTML Abstraction Markup Language is a templating engine for Ruby on Rails.
  • Ruby on Rails – Ruby on Rails is a full-stack framework for developing database-backed web applications, in Ruby, according to the Model-View-Control pattern.
  • Ruby RSpec – Support for the RSpec behavior driven development framework.
  • Ruby – Support for the Ruby programming language.
  • Scala – No Description Available
  • ShellScript – Support for running and editing shell scripts (using the bash dialect).
  • Smalltalk – No Description Available
  • Source – Miscellaneous support for working with source code. This bundle is essential, e.g. it allows you to toggle comments on ⌘/.
  • SQL – No Description Available
  • SSH-Config – Syntax highlight for ssh configuration files.
  • Tabular – Support for comma and tab separated values (CSV and TSV).
  • TerminalMate – TerminalMate is a terminal for TextMate. It is inspired by emacs’s inferior-modes.
  • Text – The text bundle has a lot of support for plain text and is a requisite for working with text.
  • Textile – Textile is a lightweight markup language originally developed by Dean Allen and billed as a “humane Web text generator”. Textile converts its marked-up text input to valid, well-formed XHTML.
  • TextMate – This bundle has functionality which add to the application but is not related to a specific task (bundle).
  • Thrift – Thrift is a cross-language serialization and RPC framework.
  • TODO – If you tag your comments with TODO, FIXME, or similar, this bundle provides functionality to list all your tagged items, with the ability to jump to either of them.
  • Vala – No Description Available
  • Webrat – No Description Available
  • XML – Support for the eXtensible Markup Language.
  • YAMLYAML is a straightforward machine parsable data serialization format designed for human readability and interaction with scripting languages such as Perl and Python.

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