I just updated to b13 (from b12) and svn up'ed the latest bundles.
When I open a myfile.rb file the syntax coloring is normal (same as in
b12). If I then open a myfile.rhtml file the coloring is also normal
(different than with .rb, but same as in b12). If I then switch back
to the myfile.rb tab, the syntax coloring becomes, for lack of a
better word, confused. Seems the background color remains the lighter
color used for .rhtml file rather than switching back to the black
color used for .rb. If I close and reopen myfile.rb, the colors are
I've removed all of my local ~/Library bundle files and restarted TM -
If this is unclear I can probably manage to create a screenshot or two.
Jack Baty - Director of Unspecified Services
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I know this is kind of cheeky, but I am thinking of making some macros where
it would be incredibly useful to be able to get the path of the current file
relative to the project directory, instead of as an absolute path from the
root hard drive, is there any possibility this could be added? (I really
have no idea how difficult this might be). Or perhaps this is so easy in
Perl that its not worth the effort, Im afraid I don't know any Perl.
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I need to write (at least parts of) bundles for "stx2any" source text
and Eiffel source code. Now I was wondering if there's a standard, or
de facto agreed upon, list/definition of the scope terms, such as
"support.function.section.latex" or "keyword.control.c", including
how to define extensions to these for new languages. And related to
this, how are the "setting groups" and "settings items" in the theme
editor defined and organized: is there an agreed upon scheme?
Thanks for any help and hint.
For short columnar edits, it's not really perceptible, but if you
make columnar selection of a mere 1500 lines or so, you'd notice a
very noticeable lag. Now some of this could easily be that I do
almost all of my work on a G4 500 powerbook. But it's still VERY slow.
Now, more seriously, I know that my selection length was rather
extreme. But it took about 5 minutes or more for TextMate to catch
up when I had typed in the 4 characters I'd wanted to replace
('None' It was python).
Robert M. Zigweid http://robert.zigweid.net
I can't find any docs that tell me know to do the cool stuff shown on
the TextMate website. Like I want to edit a block of text and make a
change on the first line repeat in the following lines. How do I do
How do I select text by column?
Why isn't this info easier to find?
Also, the app seems to be autosaving. Is there a way to turn this
off (I'm on a slow link).
I Downloaded b12 and was playing around when I noticed something that
I thought had been 'fixed' earlier and appears to not be working now.
I have not used TM for a little while so perhaps what I am trying to
do has been slightly changed or I was imagining things:
Drag an image file from the drawer into the html file and have the
tag, width and height added automaticlly. Ideally the behavior would
also put in an alt and have the cursor default to that location as
well as a closing / if it is xhtml.
Is it possible to match multiple lines in a single match? For
instance, to match:
but it doesn't seem to work. Any guesses why? I hope I have just made
a silly mistake somewhere.