[TxMt] Textmate Inserts strange '0]; 0];' string

Sam Goldstein sam_g at beezwax.net
Wed Oct 24 19:59:19 UTC 2007

When I use some of the Ruby on Rails bundle Database migration functions 
its inserted.

For example going to Bundles > Rails > Migrations > Columns > Add / 
Remove Columns will result in output like this:

  def self.up

]0;    ]0;    ]0;    ]0;    ]0;    ]0;    ]0;    ]0;    ]0;    ]0;    ]0;    ]0;    ]0;    ]0;        add_column :table_name, :column_name, :string_name, :column_name, :string


  def self.down

    remove_column :table_name, :column_name



Any of these migration functions that generate the up and down template 
cause trigger the bug (add/remove, remove/add, rename/rename). The 
simpler migration functions (add column, remove column) do not.   I've 
also noticed the same odd string popping up in other places.  If I print 
out a page of code I get the "]0;"'s  in the header of the printed 
page.  I've also seen it appear other places although I'm not sure 
exactly where. 

Let me know if there are more details I can provide, or if my 
explanations are unclear.

Much Thanks,

Allan Odgaard wrote:
> On 23/10/2007, at 02:16, Sam Goldstein wrote:
>> [...]
>> When I use the RoR bundle functions for Database migrations to, for 
>> example, rename/rename column Textmate inserts this strange string 
>> into the document.
>> ]0; [...]
> What action do you perform to make TextMate insert this set of 
> characters?
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