I am using Subversion on OSX and I seem to be having trouble using TM
as the editor for commit messages. When I set the environment
variable SVN_EDITOR to mate, it pulls up the editor whenever I do an
svn commit, but when I save the file and type continue, it does the
commit with no message.
Is this a known bug or am I doing something incorrectly?
I've only been using TextMate a day, like it, but am struggling to
find resources on $TM_DROPPED_FILE, etc.
In HTML, I would like links created with $TM_DROPPED_FILE to use
absolute not relative paths to the project root and I would
appreciate any info on how to do this.
On Nov 22, 2005, at 7:08 PM, Urbanose wrote:
> Maybe a "/" between "localhost" and "$TM_PROJECT_DIRECTORY" ?
> Le 22 nov. 05 à 21:04, Benjamin Jackson a écrit :
>> I'd like to do a simple preview command to keep an html file in live
>> update as I edit css. This doesn't seem to work:
>> echo "<meta http-equiv='Refresh' content='0;
>> What am I missing here?
>> Ben Jackson
>> Diretor de Desenvolvimento
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I'd like to do a simple preview command to keep an html file in live
update as I edit css. This doesn't seem to work:
echo "<meta http-equiv='Refresh' content='0;
What am I missing here?
Diretor de Desenvolvimento
While searching for "drawer" on the tm user list via google (
) I found that the mailing list archive isn't being indexed by google,
since May 2005.
I thought I'd just link to prior discussions, but finding them will be tough..
The domain doesn't have robots.txt, so I'm not sure what's going on there...
I have a question about the list of templates available under the "New
File.." dialog (the one you get when inside a project), the ordering of
available templates seems a little bizarre and I was wondering whether there
is any underlying logic there I could take advantage of to get my templates
to always appear at the top. In a bundle I have made 7 or so templates and
one of them always sites at the bottom of the list, whereas the others site
at the top, they are for Actionscript so each one starts with AS2.. As the
name, I would have thought they would site together but for some reason they
don't. The other thing that I wondered if could be changed was the items
actually in that list, it doesn't seem to be affected by which bundles are
active whereas the "New From Template" menu command is. Got any plans for
this dialog or improvements in the pipeline?
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I know find in project is in for a revamp some time in the future, but
in the mean time, if I run it on a project with many many many files or
with a few really really big files, it goes spinning beachball of death
for eternity and killing is the only thing left to do -- which kinda
sucks when you have unsaved changes.
Is there anything that can be done about this?
Hi. I've just started using Mutt as my primary mail reader on my Mac, and
I'm having trouble relearning my emacs key bindings from my Linux days
(Ctrl/Alt aren't quite the same!). So I thought I'd give TM a try as my
default email editor.
Is there any support for editing emails out there? I'm specifically
wondering whether it's possible to turn the following on when opening in
some kind of "email mode":
* highlighting of quoted text (i.e. different colour)
* automatically entering line wrap mode
* knowledge of how to wrap quoted paragraphs (i.e. with ">" at the
start of each line)