[SVN] r9069 (Ruby on Rails)

Rick DeNatale rick.denatale at gmail.com
Sun Mar 9 19:53:51 UTC 2008

On 3/9/08, Allan Odgaard <throw-away-2 at macromates.com> wrote:
> On 9 Mar 2008, at 03:29, Rick DeNatale wrote:
>  > [...]
> > I then reinstalled the getbundles bundle, but it wouldn't offer Ruby
>  > on Rails as one of the bundles available for installation.
> Yes, GetBundle is only for bundles which do not come standard with
>  TextMate. The reason for this is that by checking out a bundle you
>  eclipse the default version, and experience has shown us that users
>  will easily forget all about this local bundle, which will quickly
>  become outdated.
>  > So I dragged it out of the Textmate application package, reloaded
>  > bundles, and now getbundles does offer and can install it, but it's
>  > only getting version 8876
> Yes, GetBundle will not install bundles newer than "your version of
>  TextMate" since newer bundles may very well rely on new infrastructure
>  (i.e. the Support library) not part of your installed version of
>  TextMate.
>  IOW what you are trying to do is discouraged and unsupported.
>  If you do want to update a default bundle we recommend that either:
>   1. You checkout the full repository _and keep it updated_ -- there
>  is a good chance newer bundles require newer versions of files in the
>  Support folder, a newer version of the Dialog plug-in, etc. So it
>  really is "checkout the entire /trunk, if you want to work with really
>  cutting edge", also be sure you set version checks in TextMate to
>  "Cutting Edge", as the latest bundles may also require latest (edge)
>  TextMate.
>   2. In some cases, replace the bundle inside the TextMate application
>  bundle. You will need to do this manually with svn, and this will only
>  work if the bundle does not require latest version of Support or
>  PlugIns.
>  Option #2 _should_ work with the Rails bundle.

So what's the recommended way to pursue option 1?  Is it as simple as:

   cd /Library/Application\ Support/Textmate
   svn co  http://macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk/Bundles Bundles

Rick DeNatale

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