[TxMt] Re: finding / installing rspec bundle

Michèle Garoche migatine at gmail.com
Mon Aug 22 19:31:48 UTC 2011

On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 7:09 PM, RonJeffries <ronjeffriesacm at gmail.com>wrote:

> Absolute noob here. New to Mac and to TextMate. Have and am reading the
> Prag TextMate book. Feel free to send me to a link or such.
> I'm trying to run an rspec test under TextMate. I have the rspec gem
> installed and the test runs under Terminal. Does not run under TextMate,
> with the require failing. I assume I am missing some path setting or the
> like in TextMate but can't work out what it is.
> I'm told there is an rspec bundle that should "solve" this. I tried what's
> on this page:
> http://rspec.info/documentation/tools/extensions/editors/textmate.html to
> no avail.
> I can't find the rspec bundle on RubyForge and when I try the second
> suggestion on that page, namely cd ~/Library/Application\
> Support/TextMate/Bundles/, I find no Bundles folder under the TextMate
> folder, just a file, textmate.pid.
I suggest you remove the texmate.pid file. It seems to me that it is a sign
of something gets wrong.
Next, use the second receipt on the page (the one with git clone). You have
to create the Bundles folder if it does not exist.

Once it is created, just reload the bundles via Bundles menu, Bundle editor,
Reload Bundles.

Michèle Garoche
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