TextMate doesn’t feel like BBEdit, CodeWarrior, Alpha,
QUED/M, or Symantec’s IDE. It also doesn’t feel like
ProjectBuilder, Project Builder, Xcode, or third-party
NSTextView-based editors such as SubEthaEdit and TeXShop.
As a result, I think it feels all wrong, but TextMate
wasn’t designed for old Mac hands like me. It was designed
for switchers. I would have a hard time switching to
another platform if it lacked an editor that felt right, so
I can certainly understand MacroMates’ motivation here. I’m
rooting for their success in making switchers feel at home
on the Mac.