The Git Textmate Bundle.
Release 1.8.0 [2009-07-31]
James Conroy-Finn is the new maintainer of this bundle. If you have cloned the bundle from Tim Harper’s repository, please update your git config settings to point to his repository:
cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Bundles/Git.tmbundle git config remote.origin.url git://github.com/jcf/git-tmbundle.git
Thanks — the management
You can install this bundle in TextMate by opening the preferences and going to the bundles tab. After installation it will be automatically updated for you.
- In the TextMate preferences, Variables, set the TM_GIT variable to point to your installation of git (ie
- Many shortcuts are available from the SCM shortcut ⌘Y Subversion commands are ⌘⌥G. Less frequent commands are accessed via the menu.
The “Git Commit Message” Language defines two scopes that can be used by a theme to generate “line too long” warnings for the first line of the commit:
The warning scope triggers when the first line exceeds 50 characters; the error scope over 65 characters. These aren’t generally-used TextMate scopes, so you can add new rules to your preferred themes, such as orange background/red background. You can also edit the regex to change the preferred character counts.
Maintainer, Lead Developer:
- January 2010 – present: James Conroy-Finn
The Git TextMate Bundle wouldn’t be possible without the contributions of the following fine gentlemen:
- Allan Odgaard – Started the bundle, got it rolling. Many patches. Oh, and TextMate :-).
- Sam Granieri – GitK, Many of the git-svn commands, Git initialize repository command, menu layouting, create-tag.
- Johan Sørensen – Contributing the CSS styling.
- Tommi Asiala – README file submission
- Lawrence Pit – Performance Enhancements
- Jay Soffian – Bug report with patch (missing environment variables)
- Humberto Diógenes – Git-svn fetch command
- Lee Marlow
- Geoff Cheshire – Textile’d the README to make it look good on GitHub
- Martin Kühl – Patch to allow committing into a git repository that’s not the project root
- Diego Barros – new config options, usability improvements
- Thomas Aylott – Git commit language folding
- Michael Sheets – Usability improvements
- Henrik Nyh – Git 1.6 commit message compatibility and spelling corrections
- Slava Kravchenko – Ruby 1.9 compatibility
- Adam Vandenberg – First-line-too-long support
Please feel free to send a pull request if you’ve added any functionality to this bundle that you think the rest of the git-loving, TextMate-using world would appreciate!