Can someone confirm the following behavior (beta5)?
1) Open a project in Textmate
2) Open a couple of files from the project in separate windows. (Not
sure if it matters whether they are actually from the file).
3) Go back to the project window, and make a change in one of the
4) Press Shift-Command-W to close the window, and when asked to save
the changes, do so.
5) Now, pressing Command-` does not cycle through the remaining
windows, as it should.
Note: This will not happen if there are no changes to be saved.
If other people are seeing this behavior, then it looks to me like a
Department of Mathematics
University of Chicago
I just erased half of my macros after editing the Snippets panel and
removing a bunch of bundles that seemed empty as they had no snippets.
Alan, can you make it clear to the user that deleting a bundle in one
panel deletes all of the macros, commands, etc for that bundle and not
just the items in the currently selected display mode? Maybe provide
some kind of confirmation dialog as well :)
Is there (or will there be) in TM a way to unlock locked files? For
instance, if I want to edit httpd.conf, I must either use Terminal or
use TM through Pseudo. Could it be done directly in TM?
Jo <W:00°04'37" ; N:47°15'36">
I currently have a project running, which has a master file that is the
one to be LaTeXed etc. Currently, I have just set the TM_LATEX_MASTER
variable, through the preferences menu, to point to that file, and it
all works nice and dandy. I was wondering though if there is a way to
set it so that each project has a corresponding TM_LATEX_MASTER
variable of its own, and the variable only works when the project
window is main, or will I need to disable the variable each time I have
to work with a separate single tex file?
Name: Bob Moisan
Company: Intelligent Lighting Creations
Comments: I was wondering if you can create a website using the
Sprite graphics on my Commodore 64?
I've seen on the list these last couple of days mention of problems
with Tiger. I have it now and was planning to upgrade today. I'm
using beta 5.
It TextMate functional under Tiger? What problems can I expect?
James Edward Gray II
Trying a checkout of the bundles raises here
A Bundles/Subversion.tmbundle/Commands/Add to Repository.plist
svn: Can't recode string
having LC_TYPE set to "en_US.UTF-8" as the wiki says. Looks like the
checkout is interrupted because XML and Perl are missing for example.
I did a search in Google and found a message from Eric Hsu with a
similar problem. Any ideas?
is there any chance that future betas (b8?) will include the bundles
again? I'm ›finkless‹ since the Tiger upgrade and don't like the
thought of installing unixoid command line tools (ie. the svn client
in this case) ›outside‹ of Fink. Thanks!
I've always modified the default keybindings in TextMate to change ^f
to moveForward rather than reformat paragraph. Since converting to
Tiger this hasn't worked very well.
The binding seems to work as moveForward in files that I open in
standalone windows. Not part of a project. But if a file is part of
a project the old reformat paragraph behavior comes back.
For example I have:
dijkstra.tex as part of a project
when I try navigate using ^f in the file dijkstra.tex file opened
inside the project all I get is reformat paragraph.
If I open dijkstra.tex all by itself ^f works as desired.
Is anyone else seeing anything like this?
Brad Miller, PhD