[TxMt] Working with Projects
apt.shansen at gmail.com
Mon Feb 26 03:52:31 UTC 2007
I don't think there's a built in way to do this, but you can make yourself a
new command easily.
I'd do this: on your project, click the 'I' button on the shelf. Add a
project variable with the path to the the file you want to run. Call it,
Then copy/paste the Run Script (PyMate) command and make a new one. Replace
$TM_FILEPATH with $PROJECT_EXECUTABLE.
Just a suggestion.
On 2/25/07, Jay Kyburz <jay at jaykyburz.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> Great to see such an active community for a text editor!
> I've been using TM for a largish python project. I have quite a few
> source files now and using the project draw and tabs to navigate
> between them.
> Anybody know how I can mark one file in my project as the file to run
> using the Run Script Command.
> Would I need to modify the Run Script Command for this to work?.
> I've looked at it in the bundle editor but it makes no sense to me. I
> tried hacking some changes in so that it would run a specific file
> rather than $TM_FILEPATH but without luck.
> Any help much appreciated.
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