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Using TextMate with Django
TextMate is a popular text editor for OS X. http://macromates.com/
One of the most interesting features is the ability to define "snippets", abbreviations which can be expanded into larger blocks of text containing placeholders. TextMate organizes most of its features -- including snippets, macros, templates, and drag-and-drop behaviors -- into language-specific "bundles."
There's a Django bundle, though it's not among the ones included with the application; you have to fetch it from the repository. It handles both Django templates and Django Python code. The bundle's Python snippets are built for the magic-removal branch of Django.
The TextMate blog lists instructions here:
Note that the link to download the Django bundle in the blog entry is incorrect. The correct link is:
The Django-Python syntax in particular is a work in progress, and suggestions and contributions are welcome.
Textmate theme based on Django's website and trac color scheme
As a homage to Django and its website's pleasant color scheme I created a basic textmate theme.
I hope you enjoy as I do, green is such a nice color. It's attached to this wiki page --Jannis
Syntax coloring examples
Stock HTML mode:
Django template mode:
Stock Python mode:
Django Python mode:
Django.tmTheme.zip (1.4 KB) - added by 10 years ago.
Textmate Django theme
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Django textmate theme screenshot
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django textmate theme screenshot (small)
django-smoothytmtheme.zip (1.5 KB) - added by 8 years ago.
Django (Smoothy) Textmate theme
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