To further crowd a field amply covered by the GTD, GTD2, and GTDAlt
bundles, I've written my own bundle, called LGTD (Little GTD). It
uses Markdown syntax for your Next Action lists, coordinates lists
between project-oriented views and context-oriented views, and has a
command for printing lists to index cards for Hipster PDA users. I've
written a few posts about it on my blog, starting with this one
which has links to the later posts.
LGTD does very little, but it does what I want. It may do what you want.
I'm a TM noob so bear with me.
I have installed textmate and rails and all that, everything works but TM
wont auto complete anything.... if I'm in a migration for instance, and type
mcc[tab] all I end up with is mcc.
Tab completion wont work in any of my files.
I dont know if it makes a diff or not, but I'm using the bluetooth
So, any advice?
The Code Ninja is swift with his tool, precise in his delivery, and deadly
accurate in his execution.
usually i'm using "SpaceCadet" as syntax highlighter theme within TextMate, is
html with the same colors as in the theme in use ?
I have just started using Textmate as my primary editor. I would very
much like to make use of some of the howto's offered in the wiki, but I
am a bit confused on how to implement them. I am assuming they are
bundles, and are implemented via the bundle editor. At the moment I am
specifically interested in this one:
- Before: Do Nothing
- Command: grep -n
- Std In: Entire Document
- Std out: Show in separate win
- Pattern: ^(\d+):\s(public|private|protected)?(\s+static|\s+abstract)?
- Format: $2$3 $4\( $5 \)
- Line: 1
which supposedly creates a clickable list of functions for php 4 and 5.
Looking at the bundle editor, would I set this up as a php command, or
something else entirely? And what would be the actual code placed into
the Command(s) box?
Any advice is appreciated.
I am working on a Wordpress Theme Bundle for TM, and would like some
First of all, if this has already been done or someone already has a
head start on me, let me know.
I am planning to include:
Templates for index, archive, page and single
Snippets for loop, navigation, queries with all parameters tab-stopped
Snippets for all loop-internal hooks (i.e. the_title, the_excerpt,
A command for turning a block into a loop
A help file with all of the template hooks linked to the Wordpress Codex
Let me know what feedback you have, what you’d like to see, or if
there’s an alternate way to go about this (code completion plist?)
As a FYI, all Powerbook G4 owners should check your system to see what
your system reports as the RAM quantity. Many of the motherboards have
a serious defect. Here is a link describing the PowerBook Lower Memory
Slot failure. http://lowermemoryslot.editkid.com/
BTW, I got hit with this problem and my serial number was not
recognized by Apple as in the affected set.
Please forward this PSA to Mac audiences.
The current Scheme (and Lisp) plugins don't seem to format
according to the normal usage for these languages.
With the following text in TextMate in Scheme mode you get:
(define (x y)
(let ((a 1)
(+ (* a b) y)))
This is hard to see in mail unless you have plain text w/fixed
pitch on... but paste it into TextMate and align it with Scheme
Normally, the 'a' and 'b' in the 'let' form would align and the
'(' before the '+' and the '(' after 'let' would align.
TextMate makes a mess of this, though. I've looked over the
language definitions, but it would seem there is a pretty steep
learning cliff and I'd expect that this really should be working
already, so I thought I'd check if this is supposed to work or if
this is a known deficiency.
I can make the formatting at least look properly structured if I
drop closing parens onto their own lines, but this results in tons of
(define (x y)
(+ (* a b) y)
Any hints? Thanks!
As Harris is currently working on the latex bundle, I have a suggestion:
I sometimes change the header of a section, and so also the label. Even
for figures I sometimes change the label. Then I have to search for all
references for these labels. So I would be glad if there would be a
Rename refactoring for labels and references.
I'm working on a couple of TextMate plugins, and I would like to
force text selection and possibly scrolling in TextMate's main window
I see that TextMate uses a custom text view class called OakTextView.
1. Is the OakTextView api (header file?) available to the public?
2. Does anyone have any advice to share on how to accomplish text
selection in an OakTextView?
I can get a reference to the main window's oaktextview in cocoa
easily enough. i just don't know how to make it select text. I'd
prefer to do this via objc/cocoa. However, if there are applescript
hooks to this, those would be of interest too (especially if the
oaktextview api is not available).