I'm using TextMate for lots of HTML these days. I like the built-in
Tidy command but it removes non-breaking spaces ( ). How do I
Next, I have a nice Tidy config file that I use when running tidy
from the command line. Can I configure the tidy command to use my
Finally, in the Tidy command in the Bundle Editor is this comment:
# BEWARE. Errors are suppressed. Use Tidy Error Display first!
Where is the Tidy Error Display command?
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Just wondering if anyone out there is using TextMate for lisp
programming ... ?
Don't see much in the way of any snippets (except for an Overtype ')'
-- which still isn't very clear to me what that does) .. also don't
see much talk about lisp on the mailing list.
I'm just getting my feet wet w/ it (lisp, that is) and was thinking
about ways and means my editor can help me :-)
I was thinking it might be a useful thing to do a function-lookup to
a local copy of the hyperspec (a la what I think slime does for
emacs) ... just checking if anyone else has any good ideas they've
been using in their workflow w/ tm and lisp.
(Maybe it's better to stick w/ the emacs/slime combo on this one,
I decided to scratch a small itch this morning, so now I have a (very
basic) Zope bundle which will do some syntax highlighting on plain
DTML documents and ZSQL methods. More information and a download can
be grabbed here: http://woss.name/2005/10/19/zope-bundle-for-textmate/
It'd be nice for the bundle to wind up in the svn repository
sometime, but unless somebody's daft enough to give me write access
to it in the repository, it'd probably be better to hang off until
I've got it into better shape...
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When column typing on a plain-text document with a selection of little
more than a thousand lines, textmate takes many seconds (almost a
minute) per char, and makes the entire system unresponsive. (G4 1.0,
I understand it's not everyday that you use selections this long, but
in case it's something relatively trivial to fix and you're so
inclined... For now it's back to sed I guess.
> [REVISION 567]
> [NEW] There now is a New From Template menu under File (and you can assign
> key equivalents to the templates via the Bundle Editor).
Thanks a lot Allan, I've been expecting it for ages. It's great.
Have a nice day,
Jo <W:00°04'37" ; N:47°15'36">
I notice that there is no FORTRAN syntax highlighting built in to
textmate. Surely there are FORTRAN programmers out there coding in
TextMate? I found one link to a bundle, but it was dead. Can someone
please point me to the latest FORTRAN bundle? I do about half of my
programming in FORTRAN, so this is vital. Thanks.
Is there a way to turn off HERE document syntax highlighting in Tcl?
I' getting wrong highlighting when adding events like:
event add <<Paste>> <Ctrl-v>
because it thinks it's a HERE document. I've looked at the Tcl
syntax, but there isn't anything there, so I'm guessing it's coming
from somewhere else...
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I can't seem to locate any info about the txmt:// URL scheme anymore.
It used to be in the release notes, but sadly they now appear to be
curtailed (not good, I used it as manual all the time!). It's
probably in the blog somewhere, but without a search function that is
a bit hard to find. As usual 'Help' is useless. And since the mailing
list messages are prefixed with [TxMt] a google search isn't helpful
So where can I find it these days?