[TxMt] Re: Rolling back to a previous version of TxMate

Marc Chanliau marc.chanliau at gmail.com
Sat Nov 13 17:42:06 UTC 2010

I understand your workaround, I've used it before, but it defeats the
purpose of what I want to do (I can't send a program with the workaround in
it to a user that doesn't have TxMate!). I want to run Ruby programs with
keyboard input from within TxMate. It used to work, then was broken, then
worked again in build 1589. I upgraded to 1616 only to find out that that
feature was broken again.
Also, when you put out a new version you should mention what is broken in
that new version. I understand that these things (regressions) happen, but
it would be great to have a heads up so that one can choose to upgrade (or
not) based on that knowledge.
So, how do I roll back to build 1589? (It's fine if I need to totally
uninstall build 1616 and reinstall from scratch).

On Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 9:29 AM, Allan Odgaard <mailinglist at textmate.org>wrote:

> On 13 Nov 2010, at 18:01, Marc Chanliau wrote:
> > The new build (1616) broke a functionality that used to work and that I'm
> > using often (keyboard input for Ruby programs). I would like to roll back
> to
> > the previous build (build 1589).
> Open a new TextMate document (⌘N) and paste in this line:
>    svn export
> http://svn.textmate.org/trunk/Support/lib/tm_interactive_input.dylib"$TM_SUPPORT_PATH/lib/tm_interactive_input.dylib"
> With the caret on that line press ⌃R (Execute Line).
> This will give you back the desired feature.
> > Is there a repository of older TextMate versions somewhere?
> Yes, but downgrading should really be a last option, so I won’t provide the
> link (yet) ;)
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