Hi Allan and friends,
I have a source tree structure like this:
The fact that files are named the same, but in different directories:
- Confuses both the Cmd-Opt-Up "Go to Header/Source" feature, which
will gladly find www/item/one.adp when I'm editing www/site/one.tcl. It
would be good if it would prefer the file in the current directory when
one exists. Otherwise, it's a great feature.
- Similarly, when using Cmd-T "Go to file", which I use almost
exclusively to open up new files now, it would be great if I could
write "itemonetcl" to get item/one.tcl, as opposed to site/one.tcl.
Currently, it doesn't take the path into account at all.
I can see some downsides to changing current behavior, too,
particularly with the Go to file feature.
But let me know what you think.
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.
UCLA Department of Psychology
1285 Franz Hall, Box 951563
Los Angeles, CA
I realize this has been discussed a while back, but AFAIR the issue
at the time has supposedly been resolved (threading of the
whenever I switch back to TM (say, after reloading a browser window)
to make changes in (say, a page template) i experience a noticable
and annoying delay of two to (sometimes) five seconds (on a dual 1GHz
G4 system with 1.25Gb RAM) together with a noticable spike in CPU
until yesterday I just attributed that delay to the fact that I've
switched from working remotely via SFTP to WebDAV over HTTPS (on
Tiger). Meanwhile I'm hooked on the conveniences of being able to
work remotely using projects - so much, that I've moved my entire
project to my local machine just to eliminate that nagging delay and
keep the project mode - only to find out a day later that the delay
is still there...
the project contains well under a hundred files, each moderately
sized, nothing fancy there. is there anything I can do on my side of
the problem? could you on yours, Allan?
the delay shows itself by having the frontmost (project-) window
visble, but its bar grey and inactive.
curious in berlin,
Hope this hasn't been covered (couldn't find it)
Using the 'All Halloween' theme, I cannot find where to change the
mustard yellow highlight on the current line. It makes everything
very hard to read ... can anyone help?
I have no idea what scope it corresponds to , or whether it's even
determined by scope ...
every now and then i encounter some conflicts in my work with
subversion and currently it's the only operation i cannot entirely
manage from within TM (which is real shame, because the actual
process of resolving the conflict has gotten a lot easier through TM
and the diff-coloring!)
here's hoping ;-)
p.s. the new cocoa status report is neat!
I am just posting this here for the heck of it.
I just updated to b9 with the latest bundles via svn and I just gotta
say WOW. The new theme support is outstanding. Although it doesn't
quite make sense to me yet, how to navigate those features and even
create my own theme, but it looks so much better!!!
This is the first time I would call a text editor "fun." That's how
great this is! Everything about it shines, it's so much better even
than the b5 I was using with the older bundles...
Just two brief comments:
1. The folding keystrokes are great but it doesn't make sense the way
it works. folding to level two, it seems, should logically fold TO
level two, not just at that level. Meaning, if you fold to level two,
then fold to level one, if you "unfold" level one it seems odd that
level two is still folded! I can't think of a logical reason for it
to work this way... just my 2cents...
2. I can't figure out the keystrokes to switch between tabs but it
seems like they should be the same as Safari if possible....
Keep up the great work. This is in my top five favorite Mac apps, I
can't imagine programming without it anymore!!!
So I'm trying and trying and just can't seem to get .rxml files to
open (in Version 1.1b11)... not at all! I checked the file
association and I've set it to TextMate, but it won't let me drop the
files on its icon nor click to open them from the drawer. It's very
By the way, the .rxml files are for Rails, so they're basically Ruby
code. I did eventually get ONE .rxml to open in tm (but only one!)
and it didn't take on the right formatting, so maybe the program
isn't aware of them at all? Just kinda weird.
Any ideas on how to get these files to open?
Raymond Brigleb, Needmore Designs
Hi, I'm an avid user of the PHP-Smarty bundle that was included in
Textmate 1.0 and is one of the main reasons I'm using TextMate. This
bundle worked fine in the 1.1 betas until beta5 when the new "theme"
system was introduced.
As such I was wondering how much trouble it would be to convert this
bundle to the new system and if there's a guide of some sort. If given
permission from the original author I could probably add it to the
bundle repository as well if I get it working.
Regards, Joakim Bodin
Joakim Bodin <joakim.bodin(a)gmail.com>
"That's what comes with yellow cross on blue."
Still experimenting with the new theme system, I came across this
problem in the default PHP bundle : I want to hilight "->" operator,
like in :
Tried to add my own, no success (the ctrl-shift T tooltip says the
scope is source.php).
Then I realized the right syntax existed in the Bundle :
(note the -> )
It seems correct, but it turns out that "->" is not matched in the
string "$smarty->template" but it is when it's surrounded by spaces :
"$smarty -> template".
Am I wrong to say it looks like a parsing bug ?