[TxMt] Textmate update and Latex command error

Ben Wooliscroft BWooliscroft at business.otago.ac.nz
Sat Oct 27 14:55:58 UTC 2007

Thanks Brad

I tried what you suggested, but only got LaTeX back when I reloaded the
LaTeX bundle. The improvements to that bundle are top notch, well done to
whoever did it.


On 27/10/07 1:06 PM, "Brad Miller" <bonelake at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 10/27/07, Ben Wooliscroft <bwooliscroft at business.otago.ac.nz> wrote:
>> As a recent adopter of Textmate I've had a great time improving
>> productivity. But, today I was asked to update and relaunch. Dutifully, I
>> closed my files and clicked yes. The program reopened and I opened my latex
>> document, updated some text and hit apple R to run latex. This is the error
>> I've received:
>> /bin/bash: line 80: latexErrWarnHtml.py: command not found Error: PDF file
>> not written to disk
>> Apologies, but I have no idea what's happened here. Can someone help me get
>> Latex back (okay the file, and everything else, still runs fine on Texshop,
>> but I don't want to go back to editing there)?
> Ben,
> The LaTeX & View command has been significantly updated, and
> latexErrWarnHtml.py is no longer part of the bundle.  My guess is that you
> modified the LaTeX & View command sometime in the past.  Check your
> ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles directory.  If you find a Latex
> bundle in there move it or remove it and LaTeX should work fine again.
> If you have made other local modifications to the Latex bundle that you want
> to preserve in ~/Library/.... then you should just find the LaTeX & View
> command and remove that.
> Brad
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