Code and markup editor TextMate reaches version 1.5
Whether you are a programmer or a designer, the production of code and markup is hard work. Without an editor dedicated to the task, it is also often cumbersome, overwhelming, and repetitive. Especially when you are dealing with a lot of files at once - like most projects do. TextMate puts you back in control, reduces the mental overhead, and turns manual work into something the computer does. short term loans no credit check
TextMate is not the first text editor which tries to be broad, but from Apple we get the venerable Keep It Simple. So even users with no or little experience with scripting and regular expressions are able to customize TextMate in ways that no other editor would have allowed them to.
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Created by a closet UNIX geek who was lured to the Mac platform by its ease of use and elegance, TextMate has been referred to as the culmination of Emacs and OS X and has resulted in countless requests for both a Windows and Linux port, but TextMate remains exclusive for the Mac, and that is how we like it!
This is a free upgrade for all registered users and it features hundreds of major improvements over the last non-beta (1.0.2) which was released a year ago. If you don't have a previous version TextMate will cost you â¬39. More information about this software title can be found at its homepage and if you're already convinced and want to try it out, here is the link to the trial version.