I'm a new user of TextMate and using it to edit Ruby code. What I'm
seeing is that when I cut & paste code I find the pasted code is
I have the Editor Uses Spaces Instead of Tabs setting set, and my
View|Tab Size is at the default setting of 3. I am editing new code,
not someone elses.
There doesn't seem to be a general re-indent option and reformatting
obviously isn't the right tool.
Can anyone advise me how to get pasted code to look right?
Matt Mower :: http://matt.blogs.it/
I didn't find mention of this in a cursory search, but if it is not
currently possible, it would be nice to be able to do a Find that
recursively searches within a project starting at a specified folder.
This is more directed than a "search in project" find. Perhaps it
could even be added as a control-click option in the project drawer.
Anybody have any good performance tips for TM over WebDAV? I find it dog
slow to use certain features such as the Apple-T search list (does it
re-read all the filenames every single time). I am on a 100Mbit
connection b/n the machines (and the host machine is a P4 monster), so
overall setup performance is good.
Overall performance over network leaves something to be desired. Could
memory caching help improve performance, and could that be set outside
of TM? I use finder to mount the WebDAV share.
My smart typing pairs seem to have stopped working with 1.1b14, is there
something new about this system with the new syntax format?
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> According to Ben Jackson: To reset the database use open .tmproj
> You will be asked whether you really want to open that file for the
> first time with TextMate. Answer yes and you'll be set.
Where do I do this from? Home directory? There's no file named .tmproj.
there are two things that puzzle me in the LaTeX language mode of TM:
Firstly, the insertion of an \item is bound to -^-, the Enter key or
fn-Return, but all I ever get is a new line without the \item.
Secondly, there is a macro "LaTeX: Generic Completion" that calls "\"$
The file LaTeXcomplete.pl exists in my LaTeX bundle, but I still get
the following error:
bin/bash: line 1: /Macros/LaTeXcomplete.pl: No such file or directory
Other commands, such as LaTeX Tidy work, even though they use the
same TM_BUNDLE_PATH variable.
I have found that with other commands, if you change anything - even
if it's only the key-binding - a copy of the command is generated in
the user's Library/Application\ Suppurt/TextMate/Bundles/ directory.
If the command invokes some file in the main Library/.../Bundles/...,
the command gets broken, since those files are not copied, but
obviously the TM_BUNDLE_PATH variable then points to the user's path.
I have put symbolic links to the original files in my private copy of
the bundle, but this is not very elegant ...
Another minor point is the lack of support for correct syntax
colouring of \verb!%! ... but this is not used too frequently ;-)
I'd be grateful for any help with my problems (perhaps I'm just
missing some setting),
Darnit, once again that was supposed to go to the list.
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> From: Charilaos Skiadas <skiadas(a)math.uchicago.edu>
> Date: June 24, 2005 6:59:47 PM CDT
> To: hadley wickham <h.wickham(a)gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [TxMt] Scope tooltip not working in b13
> I'm assuming you've removed everything and restarted and all that?
> No idea why this might be happening. On a possibly related note
> though, I tried "Show Keyboard Shortcuts" from the same bundle, and
> it does not show me anything.
> "Restart TextMate" does work though (and "Show scope", for me at
> On Jun 24, 2005, at 3:35 PM, hadley wickham wrote:
>> Doesn't work for me in b14 either - have tried in R, markdown and
>> latex syntaxes. Can't see any messages in console.
>> On 6/24/05, Charilaos Skiadas <skiadas(a)math.uchicago.edu> wrote:
>>> Worked fine for me when I was in b13, and it works fine in b14 also.
>>> Does the console tell you anything about the beep? Does it not work
>>> with a particular bundle, or in general?
>>> On Jun 24, 2005, at 1:05 PM, hadley wickham wrote:
>>>> Anyone else having any problems with this? I press Ctrl-Shift-T
>>>> get a beep and no tool-tip :(