[RESOLVED] Re: [TxMt] F1 Code Folding -- How?
sean at datafly.net
Wed Feb 22 07:38:21 UTC 2006
Ahh -- you were right Haris! It was the "Rails cc" bundle which had
hijacked my F1. Now I'm all set. Thanks again!
On Feb 22, 2006, at 4:26 PM, Sean Schertell wrote:
> Wow cheers Haris!
>> 1) If you open the View menu, there's a command: "Fold current
>> block". Does it still have F1 written on its right side?
> Yes, and the menu item works (folds the code block) too.
>> 2) If you open Console.app, are there any messages there related
>> to TextMate?
> Nope, clean as a whistle.
>> 3) Does your problem remain if you restart TextMate?
>> 4) Can you post an example of an offending block?
> I've tried at least a dozen (none work) but here's an example:
> def billing_cycle_start(cycle)
> # Special case: First billing cycle start = contract start date
> return self.starts_on if cycle < 2
> self.starts_on >> ( (cycle.to_i-1) * (12/
> self.group.billing_cycles) )
>> 5) Have you done a subversion checkout of any bundles, or do you
>> use the stock bundles as they came with TextMate 1.5?
> Er... I think I downloaded and double-clicked some sort of ruby on
> rails bundle at one point. How can I confirm?
>> 6) When inside the def/end block, what do you see as a tooltip
>> when you press ctrl-shift-p?
> Yes. It says: source.ruby.rails
> Thanks for your help!
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