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takaaki commented on 01 Aug 2007
This is the developer who threatened a lawsuit again Adam Betts, an icon designer.

Read his blog post for the details. http://www.artofadambetts.com/weblog/?p=181
[Version 1.0]

takaaki commented on 26 Mar 2007
I have no idea why this PHP app claims a universal binary. Other PHP apps like wiki, blog, CMS are not shown with universal badge in the list.
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takaaki commented on 11 Jun 2006
I highly demand this developer pull his products from his website. He has so far successfully *used* DaringFireball to get some attention to this widget. If he feels any apology, the widget shoud be pulled.
[Version 1.0]

takaaki commented on 04 Jan 2006
As the author admits, international languages like Japanese, Chinese, Korean are not supported. Providing Mac OS X is more powerful than any other platforms in terms of internationalization. It is a cry to see that feature missing.

My writing with text editors is almost in English, but I need to type Japanese in comments especially when I work with other fellows.

The TextMate manual says that support for other languages is a long term goal because the author thinks that most people type in English only.
[Version 1.1b17]

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takaaki replied on 05 Jan 2006
Thanks for your reply. I did contact the author and read the posting in the mailing list. I do understand that building such a great app is hard work for one guy coder. That was just my 2 cents. I know there more English-only users than other language users. In other words, if he adds international language support, the value of TextMate will spread all over the world. And, he may be able to work more and hire others to make TextMate even better.

takaaki replied on 05 Jan 2006
Thanks for your reply again. I do agree that TextMate is very young. Yeah, the problem happens with 2 byte letters such as Japanese. Oh, yes, I'm Japanese...

One positive aspect of this issue is that the author mentions and admits this problem and decided to tacle with this issue later on. Much better than ignoring any bugs and limitations.

takaaki replied on 09 Jan 2006
Right. TextMate is a code editor. But, some may need 2 byte languages in writing contents, let's say, between h1 tags in HTML.

Additionally, some love TextMate because of the complete support for Markdown. (At least, from the author's blog, Allan is a big fan of Markdown.) I write almost everything in Markdown. Here again, I wish to write the contents in 2 byte langauges.

One last thing, nowadays, URLs support 2 byte letters. I wish I could reopen my document with BBEdit or SubEthaEdit.
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