Editor Textmate Source at GitHub

The source code of the editor Textmate2 is released under the GPL3 license at GitHub. TextMate 2 at GitHub.
Macromates says: “…This is partly to avoid a closed source fork and partly because the hacker in me wants all software to be free (as in speech), so in a time where our platform vendor is taking steps to limit our freedom, this is my small attempt of countering such trend…I am also a pragmatist and realize that parts of the TextMate code base is useful for other (non-free) applications, so I may later move to a less restrictive license, as is currently the case with the bundles.”


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It’ll be interesting to see how it Textmate evolves.

Todd
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Or not…

http://www.marco.org/2012/08/10/next-text-editor

David

On 10 Aug 2012, at 20:19, Todd email@hidden wrote:

It’ll be interesting to see how it Textmate evolves.


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I’m surprised by this Textmate business. It’s curious and interesting.

Having tried Chocolat and Sublime my experience is similar to the author’s and between those two I too would choose Sublime, though it clearly doesn’t have that Mac feel.

Todd

Or not…

My next text editor – Marco.org

David

On 10 Aug 2012, at 20:19, Todd email@hidden wrote:

It’ll be interesting to see how it Textmate evolves.


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