I have both TextMate and SubEthaEdit on my system (since TextMate
doesn't do network editing). Since installing SEE, it's now the
default application to open all of my plain text files, scripts,
source code, etc. I want to change the system filetype bindings back
so TextMate is the default. I know I can use the "Apply to all"
button next to the "Open With" selector in the Finder's info pane,
but that applies the setting based on extension, not based on file
type codes (or however the system determines plain-text-ness).
Any help would be appreciated.
Is there a way to have tab size set different per window, or simply
per language as part of the bundle?
I have a project with Makefiles (tab size 8, hard tabs) and vhdl (tab
size 2, convert to spaces).
This is the most different use of indenting one could have. With tab
size 2, I don't even recognize the commands in the Makefile, and with
tab size 8 I get insane editing code.
I really like how tabs get nested perfectly just by pressing tab, the
start tag that is, the end tag gets on the same line. Is it possible
to enhance the behaviour and have the end tag correctly nested one
tab stop less?
This could also create a wonderful "reformat" macro of sorts to
correctly tabulate all HTML and XML files, that would be quite neat.
I was wondering if TextMate has the feature often called "smart home/
end" in other editors ? When enabled, smart home makes the cursor go
before the first non-whitespace character of the line, and similarly
for "smart end". I assume TM has this, but I can't figure out how to
Thanks a lot,
GREYC - Université de Caen
Campus II - Sciences 3 - Bureau 385
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I've just noticed that sometime during the past builds working with
TM has become painstakingly slow, even with moderate sized Files. (I
tested with Textile and XML and Python source)
Even just going up and down with the cursor keys utilizes both of my
1GHz CPUs equally to about 80%!!
Anyone else experienting this kind of slowdown? Any remedies in sight?
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Running a Hawking HPS1P print server for my local network (USING IPP)
through a Linksys WRT54G. I'M ON OSX .4.2
WHEN I TRY TO PRINT FROM TEXTMATE I GET: "unable to get printer
This is only happening via Textmate (v665). I can't print from other
apps just fine. I think this problem just started, but it's hard to
say because I switched to this new router two days ago.