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Capture command line output directly to a text file
Authored by: Hunted Charlie on Jul 29, '08 04:18:01PM

Nice idea, I can't believe I haven't tried that before. I spend a good deal of my time on the command line and another good deal in TextMate. I had never thought of piping something straight to a GUI app, which I think is the really cool bit of this (piping to vi(m)/nano/emacs seems a bit pointless to me).



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Capture command line output directly to a text file
Authored by: drudus on Aug 01, '08 07:19:08AM
TextMate has a command line helper app (I think its installed via an option in its preferences). It means you can do mate myfile or folder to open a file in the current path to textmate, you can also pipe output into mate.
It's the best way to access TextMate via the CLI.

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