I currently have two similar bundles in the repository, GTD and
GTD2. I would like to replace GTD with GTD2 (users could still get
GTD by manually checking it out of the repository). The purpose
being to simplify some of the confusion over which GTD bundle is
which. The question is, "is anyone still using the original GTD and
does not want to switch to GTD2? Thanks.
I would like to propose following change to the "comment line/
selection" command in the source bundle.
If the cursor is placed on an empty line, I get the nice "# " at the
beginning, but the cursor is placed in front of this.
Can someone change it, so the cursor is placed after the space after
the "#" if the line was empty before?
I couln'd figure out quickly how it can be done in the bundle editor,
but I guss its quite simple
Hey fellow Texmaters,
I've run into a strange glitch - I must have done something to cause
it, but I can't for the life of me figure out what.
I use the Apple & Option/Control keys to move around a lot, but
somehow they've become switched around, and only in Textmate. All
other apps work right - Option+Arrow moves one word, Control+Arrow
moves to the beginning or end of the line - but in Textmate the Apple
key moves to the beginning or end of the line and the Option+Control
keys both move a single word at a time.
Any idea why?
I am trying my TextMate with a new test blog at http://
All my posts (many times the same one...) are made with TextMate, so
configuration seems ok.
The "preview" of the post is ok as well.
However, all my posts are sent exactly as they appear in textmate;
that is, with the original markup *without*
conversion to HTML (I tested both markdown and textile, same
behaviour). I even posted an image showing this in a post, but the
image is not shown as it is not
interpreted as HTML. I am not sure if this is a bundle (Blogging)
problem or a TextMate problems. It is probably
a stupid thing I forgot to do (but what ??).
Any ideas someone ? Thanks,
I'm trying to learn about writing useful snippets for things I do often. It
looks like I need some conceptual help. For example, I use this snippet:
with a tab trigger of </table>
already helps a lot when building tables of works performed. It nicely gets
rid of the ending </table> and inserts another set when I press tab at the
end of the snippet.
That worked so well I got greedy. I'd like to cause the snippet to force the
title be Title Case.
A second interest is an easy way to get rid of the break and the arranger
when the piece doesn't have one without killing the ability to use a tab
trigger at the end. I can use lots of deletes. Is there a better way.
Fascinating tool, TextMate.
PS: I'm having trouble getting posts into the list. If this is a duplicate,
please forgive me.
I just picked up Yummy FTP from Macappaday for free
(www.macappaday.com), 5000 copies available.
It interfaces perfectly with TextMate and you can replace most of the
Transmit commands just by changing Transmit to Yummy FTP. It uses a
lot less CPU on my machine and I seem to get faster transfer rates.
It supports remote editing and file syncing and just about everything
I've ever used Transmit for. If you can score a free copy, I would
Just thought I'd share.
here is a **suggestion** to format Perl's error messages a bit better:
-some highlighting stuff
-hyperlinks for errors given as 'at FILE line X' (works with current
script and also for errors coming from other scripts)
PLEASE forgive my Ruby syntax! I'm just learning ;)
BTW Would it be worth to think about a general css for outputting
errors as HTML coming from scriptmate?
how can I change, where TM places the log file? It currently creates
textmate_bundle.log in my home directory, which is kind of annoying
to me. (I could maybe make it invisible?)
can I change the place this log is saved to?