One of the few things that I had in vim that I don't in tm, and that I
miss, is a code beautifier. I would like one for Ruby. Does anyone
have some solution for this (like a command or something)? It would be
nice to be able to configure it too, like number of spaces for indents,
stuff like that. Undoubtedly, some Ruby guru has probably written a
Ruby beautifier in Ruby : )
I'm trying to create a project containing the .files from my home
directory (.profile, .bashrc, &c.). When I explicitly add a .file to
the project, either by dragging a proxy icon from an existing TM
document, using the "tm" command line program (with multiple files), or
using "add existing files..." from the project drawer, the files just
disappear from the project. There used to be a per-project file/folder
pattern setting accessible from the info window, but that's gone, with
only the ability to edit per-project variables.
Am I doing something wrong, or is this a bug?
/ / / __/ Brian Lalor
/ _ \/__ \ blalor(a)bravo5.org
I'm happy to see there's some kind of interest in my PHP bundle. I'm
still working on it so please contact me at [ cubiq at cubiq.org ] if
you have any suggestions. In the repository under the PHP.tmbundle
you'll also find a README file with some info and revision history.
The bundle contains about 3000 php functions, deprecated and
experimental ones have been stripped out for better performances, in
the README file you'll find excluded functions.
@Mats Persson: please contact me if you have any suggestions.
I'm wondering what's up with the website. It hasn't loaded for me for
well over a week.
I receive the following message when I go:
The precondition on the request for the URL / evaluated to false
OK, I was finally spurred into making my reworked PHP bundle available
for others to use and found that Matteo Spinelli is working on the
official PHP bundle. So Matteo, please get in touch to see what we can
work together on.
Allan, if Matteo is not here could you let me know his email ??
Secondly, I too like to get access to the svn for some other bundles
"TextMate, coding with an incredible sense of joy and ease"
- www.macromates.com -
I think that might have been a little harsh. What I mean is this: The
web preview works awesome for real time viewing of html code. I am
amazed. Really. But, I don't know anyone who write HTML anymore.
Sometimes to make a Smarty Template, I'll write HTML and then retrofit
it, but usually not. The web preview needs to be able to read from a
valid URI, like http://127.0.0.1/projects/clientX/index.php
I would at least like to find a solution to get Safari and/or Firefox
to refresh on save. But I think the built in tool using webkit would
be coolest. Has anyone figured this out?
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Im wanting to use the PHP bundle in textmate... but I was wondering how
i actually add it? I found the bundle i want:
And Ive just found the bundle editor :) Never used it before (bundle
So im wondering how I go about adding it to my textmate? I have looked
in the wiki but havent found an answer...
Just wondering how to download complete bundles from the repository. I can
navigate around the trunk in safari and display all the individual files,
but how do you get a complete bundle?
Sorry if I am missing something, but couldn't there be zipped versions
I've been working on an SQL syntax plist with some more keywords but I
can't see a way to pass in a "case insensitive" flag to the regex
matches. I've reverted to something ugly like this :
match="\\b(sum|SUM|count|COUNT)\\b" ... etc