I don't think it's worth migrating for now, because this version is still alpha 
state: It can only display the headers, but without indentations so it doesn't 
really looks nice and there is no folding available (I tried textmate but 
couldn't make anything fold)

Besides, the syntax coloration is not yet available, and it may be a bit 
complicated to install it on MacOSX, even if a port is existing:


But Geany is available on more plateforms than Textmate, and it's free software!

--- En date de : Ven 18.9.09, John Plumridge <jonip...@googlemail.com> a écrit :

> De: John Plumridge <jonip...@googlemail.com>
> Objet: Re: [t2t] txt2tags support into Geany
> À: "txt2tags mailing list" <txt2tags-list@lists.sourceforge.net>, "Aurélio 
> Jargas" <ve...@aurelio.net>
> Date: Vendredi 18 Septembre 2009, 12h02
> Hi Folk, the Geaney project looks good.  l Use
> Textmate, but I haven't been able to get the markup to
> automaticaly fold on headlines. I do it manually, to fold
> the sectoins, but these non-automatic foldings, tend to
> 'get lost' when passing files
> around. Perhaps someone has a
> solution?
> Anyway, is it worth migrating from Textmate to
> Geaney?
> John


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