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Thanks! I totally agree RSpec's a good library to dive into too. To understand how it works, I wrote Raptor (https://github.com/jeffkreeftmeijer/raptor) a while back. I might write about that too, sometime. :)

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I actually used PeepOpen a lot when I was still on TextMate, but I totally forgot about it after using Command-T for a while. I'll check it out again if I run into any issues. :)

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If you want the "old" MacVim fullscreen mode back (which supports multiple monitor full screen), just throw this into your terminal:

    defaults write org.vim.MacVim MMNativeFullScreen 0

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That's exactly why I tried again. The drawer is just a way not to go completely mad when I'm stuck trying to open files "the fast way" and I think these tools make it easier for people to get the hang of it. :)

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You can click on NERDTree with a mouse-enabled vim, for the record.

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I know, I've used it for a while, but somehow it just didn't feel right, if you know what I mean. :)

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Sure, I get it.

For me, vim is surprisingly similar to drinking scotch: I first tried it at age 19, and wasn't pleased with my experience at first. But a wise mentor informed me it took a little getting used to, showed me how to do it right, and after a month or two I loved it.

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hug!

Thanks for your awesome work, Wayne. :)

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Good idea, Daniel. Hashr is a tip too: https://github.com/svenfuchs/hashr :)

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Here's a direct link to the contest page: http://codebrawl.com/contests/rspec-formatters :)

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I know the code snippet doesn't actually work, but I used it because it looks pretty cool. `if ready? && set? then fight!` is the first Ruby snippet one that I really like. :)

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This is very cool. It seems like a well thought out process too. Any plans on doing languages other than Ruby?

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I'd be down for a perl regex fight. The great part about that is the participants would look like they were typing obscenities at each other.

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Yes, it can handle atom feeds too. If you have a feed Tapir can't read, let me know and I'll look into it. :)

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We're definitely looking into this and hope to find a clean solution soon. We started by indexing RSS since it was what we needed and since it was _way_ simpler to implement for a first version. Stay tuned! :)

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Given a sitemap.xml, that could be used to index static site without the need for a feed.

http://www.sitemaps.org/

Since sitemap is a /standard/ (sic!) document hence no need to reimplement the wheel for true static sites.

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