I'm really enjoying TextMate. Thanks all.
I have trouble reading the output when I run a Python script. Here's
what I see:
Python 2.5.0 - PyMate r3226
For comments contact the author.
The regular Python interpreter can be invoked using ⌘⇧R.
: (2, 'No such file or directory')
function in mpeg.py at line 249
function getparams in mpeg.py at line 243
Is there a way to get a full traceback where the exception class is
printed? e.g. when I run from a terminal I get:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/Users/norman/Code/cnuploader/audio/mpeg.py", line 249, in <module>
File "/Users/norman/Code/cnuploader/audio/mpeg.py", line 243, in getparams
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '../../../audio/mono.mp3'
It would also be nice if all the line numbers were hyperlinked. In
this example only the last one is.
So I got this thing setup and working nicely, but I'm having one
problem. I can't get code completion to work. I press the hot key for
the snippet "opt+escape" and I've tried clicking the option from the
menu bar. However each time I do it in just inserts an empty pair of
parentheses rather than inserting the parentheses full of code
completed information. Anyone know how to fix this? Thanks!
Quick dumb question:
Why is it that when I select "XHTML" bundle, I get no PHP
highlighting at all, and when I select "PHP" bundle, I get no HTML
highlighting at all?
How can I get both at the same time? I'm having to constantly switch
back and forth :-(
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are a little more scary than easter eggs... :)
One quick question though... Are all the Halloween eggs supposed to
disappear by themselves after halloween? And if so, halloween in
which time zone? I'm in Aus, and it is the 1st of Nov here, and the
eggs are all still in effect. They turned on as soon as I got the
new version yesterday, before it was halloween in the US, and I still
have them today, after halloween in Aus.
Be well, and happy hallow eve,
I am trying to write a simple osascript command-line utility that
acquires the directory of the file displayed in the frontmost
TextMate editor window, and am having trouble.
I've been trying to use applescript syntax such as this:
tell application "TextMate"
do shell script "echo $TM_DIRECTORY"
but the variable $TM_DIRECTORY is apparently empty.
Is there another way to accomplish this, with or without
applescripting? (I'd prefer a less pathological scripting language.)
I really have gotten used to MultiMarkdown. But for a new project I
need to work a lot with Wiki Markup.
Has anyone written an XSLT or something else to produce Wiki Markup
from MultiMarkdown documnets?
The TextMate book is going to go out to reviewers very soon and we
still need a few people.
If your not already in the beta and would be willing to devote a
little time reading the book and sending in feedback, I would love to
here from you (off-list please). I want to find a few people eager
to learn more about TextMate, since you are the book's target
audience. However, experienced users who will correct my missteps
are also welcome.
Drop me a line if you're interested: james(a)grayproductions.net
James Edward Gray II