These are chat archives for nodeschool/london

11th
Nov 2014
Oli Evans
@olizilla
Nov 11 2014 00:38
word!
thanks @ayoungh
Jon Kelly
@jkbits1
Nov 11 2014 00:53
it was a pleasure to help out :)
Thomas
@ThomasAlexanderShirley
Nov 11 2014 09:31
Nice event last night folks
Enjoyed it
Oli Evans
@olizilla
Nov 11 2014 10:08
whoop whoop
Ian Crowther
@iancrowther
Nov 11 2014 10:14
Yep was fun, nice atmosphere
Alan Shaw
@alanshaw
Nov 11 2014 11:09
I know a few people wanted to open files in sublime from the command line - Sublime has a tool for this, bit it is hidden in the app package. You just need to symlink it to somewhere on your path:
ln -s "/Applications/Sublime Text.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl" /usr/local/bin/subl
Ian Crowther
@iancrowther
Nov 11 2014 11:11
@alanshaw there is another bit 😄
hotswap the version # in the URL depending on which version you have installed
Keith Cirkel
@keithamus
Nov 11 2014 11:20
subl -w is ace. I have that set up in my gitconfig with Git Commit linting and syntax highlighting.
Oli Evans
@olizilla
Nov 11 2014 11:20
atom works nice from the command line too
if you like a slower version of sublime that occasionally pops open the chrome dev tools when it has a brain fart
Keith Cirkel
@keithamus
Nov 11 2014 11:22
:smile:
I really want to like Atom, but it is an order of magnitude slower than pretty much any editor out there.
Thomas
@ThomasAlexanderShirley
Nov 11 2014 11:25
If anyone uses Espresso, you can do the same
Oli Evans
@olizilla
Nov 11 2014 11:25
how is espresso?
any good?
Thomas
@ThomasAlexanderShirley
Nov 11 2014 11:25
I really like it, its fast
The css kit it has is excellent
No git support yet though
https://chocolatapp.com/ ain't bad either
Ian Crowther
@iancrowther
Nov 11 2014 11:39
Man atom!! One day