TextMate CSS bundle v.1.5

Sunday, May 10th, 2009

TextMate CSS bundle is now mCSS

Just like my recently updated mHTML bundle, my TextMate CSS bundle does not replace the default CSS bundle anymore, it is now a separate bundle that works as an addition to the default bundle. The advantage is that the original CSS Language and Preferences files are left untouched and it eliminates any potential conflicts with future TextMate updates.

Installation & Update

Because of the way TextMate works, to make sure you get a clean default CSS bundle and mCSS bundle, you’ll need to backup and delete any CSS bundle present in ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles/ and/or ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Pristine Copy/Bundles/ first. Then install the mCSS bundle (double click it after unzipping).

What’s new

  • mCSS is its own bundle that works as an addition to the default CSS bundle
  • Changed some tab triggers to minimize typing even more. See download page for details
  • Added more properties and corresponding values as tab triggers.

What’s next?

If you’d like to see something added, or if you find a bug, let me know in the comments. Thanks!


You can get the new version on the TextMate CSS bundle download page.

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