I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions as to how one might use
Textmate to interface with Matlab? I can have a command execute a given
.m file, but Matlab is a much heavier process to load than perl is from
the command line, so that becomes a very unattractive option.
Ideally I'd like to have Matlab running in a terminal (the java
interface is just too slow for me), and edit with Textmate in such a
way that commands could reach the already loaded session.
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i am new to the list and have some problem with TextMate using version
Sometimes the project drawer collapses the view i.e. when i update my
local repository from a subversion module which i added to the drawer.
Is this a known bug and will this be fixed in the future? Or is there
already any hidden setting addressing this behaviour?
Thanks a lot for this great editor.
I had been using Jotz (until it became Bloatz), then MacJournal and
tried DevonThink (which I may still purchase--it's pretty cool). But
since I have TM open all the time anyway I have an "info" project where
I store various bits of data. There's no RTF or images but I can live
without them and I like the portability of plain text.
What I would like is an on-the-fly encryption -- i.e. select the text
and run a command to encrypt it (with a pre-set password). Then I could
store bank data etc securely.
Any tips on how this might be done? I know there is command-line
encryption of various kinds but I'm not sure how I could store a
password w/in TM for global use.
PS looking forward to the new PHP bundle!
One more help request. How can I write a better command that would check
a whole document, or selected text, and spell check it through
What I am using now is:
open -a excalibur "$TM_FILEPATH"
This calls excalibur with the file fine. I run the spell check and make
changes and then excalibur asks me to save it. When I return to TextMate
the page does not show the corrections until I click on it. Any further
suggestions for the code much appreciated.
If anyone would like this added to the LateX bundle, I would be happy to
I was wondering if anyone has figured out how to set the preferences in
xcode to open a tmproj file in textmate? Of course I can control "open
with finder' to get it to open in textmate, but I am looking to set the
preferences to open all tmproj files with textmate as the external
editor. I can not find such a heading in xcodes preferences though.
This may have been mentioned before somewhere, but before you tell me
to RTFM or look at the Wiki let me say that: I have, and I couldn't
find what i was looking for. So, here goes....
In his Ruby on Rails demonstration video clip, David Heinemeier Hansson
launches TextMate into a kind of "new project" mode automatically by
typing "e /folder/path" in the terminal. Genius ! But... how do I do
this ? Is this a feature of TextMate available to the application
itself ? For clarification of what I'm rambling on about, the Quicktime
clip is here: http://media.nextangle.com/rails/rails_setup.mov ( 2mins
18 seconds in ).
I wanted to ask this question here so others could benefit from the
answer before I go pester David for the answer !
Thanks in advance,
I was selecting text using the shift/option/arrow keys today and at some
point my selection turned rectangular! However to my dismay I'm unable
to figure out what I did that allowed me to switch over. What's the secret?
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This is an issue I encountered using the built in syntax definition for
Python - I don't like antialiasing so I have it switched off, unfortunately
the Python syntax uses italic format in comments, which looks appalling
without AA. I don't really want to switch AA on as that affects every
language, and I don't want to have to edit the Python bundle to remove the
italics. Is there a proposed solution to this? Would the style sheet
approach to syntax files help?
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