Tools for building textmate bundles from yaml formatted data
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README.md

Bundlemate is a weirdly name weird piece of software.

What it does is take bundle.yaml source file as input and produce a bunch of files and folders that make up a textmate bundle as output.

If it doesn't make sense to you why someone might want to do that then that's good news! You can close this browser window now and continue with your life. Thanks for stopping by.


Bundlemate's own bundle.yaml requires bundlemate to be installed before it can built. From TextMate, install the bundle, open the bundle.yaml file and hit command+shift+b and it will be rebuilt.

It can also be built from outside of TextMate. Just run make from the command line.


The bundle compiler is written in ruby, the source code is in the Support folder of this project. It runs fine on the default OSX install of ruby and has no external dependencies.