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The symfony textmate bundle http://www.denderello.com/symfonybundle
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The symfony Textmate bundle =========================== Installation ------------ 1. Create a bundle directoy in your home directory if you don't have one already. mkdir -p ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Bundles 2. Go to the bundle directoy in your home. cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Bundles 3. Clone a copy from the github repository git clone git://github.com/denderello/symfony-tmbundle.git "symfony.tmbundle" 4. Reload your Bundles in TextMate Updating -------- 1. Go to the symfony bundle directoy in your home. cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Bundles/symfony.tmbundle 2. Pull the newest version from the github repository git pull 3. Reload your Bundles in TextMate Using GoTo ---------- 1. GoTo action is opening on ctrl+f key press 2. GoTo action is input box, that can recieve commands: // go to the apps/APP/modules/MODULE/actions/actions.class.php actions APP/MODULE // go to the apps/APP/templates/TEMPLATE.php view APP/global/TEMPLATE // go to the apps/APP/modules/MODULE/templates/TEMPLATESuccess.php view APP/MODULE/TEMPLATE // go to the apps/APP/templates/_PARTIAL.php partial APP/global/PARTIAL // go to the apps/APP/modules/MODULE/templates/_PARTIAL.php partial APP/MODULE/PARTIAL // go to the lib/form/FORMForm.class.php form FORM // go to the config/CONFIG.yml config CONFIG.yml // go to the apps/APP/config/CONFIG.yml config APP/CONFIG // go to the apps/APP/modules/MODULE/config/CONFIG.yml config APP/MODULE/CONFIG // go to the lib/model/doctrine/MODEL.class.php dmodel MODEL // go to the lib/model/doctrine/MODELTable.class.php dtable MODEL // go to the config/doctrine/SCHEMA.yml dschema SCHEMA Credits ------- Thanks for the work of 'Dr Nic' from the rails community. Without his work on the rails bundle I still wouldn't know how to create a bundle. Also many thanks to 'meandmymonkey' from the symfony community. He created the images which you can see in the html popups of the symfony commands. Big thanks to user 'everzet'. He improved the html output windows, added the dialogs to the commands, many snippets & created GoTo action. And last but not least many thanks to 'fabpot'. He created the first version of the bundle.