When invoking "Edit in TM" in some app (Safari, TextEdit, Yojimbo so
far), those apps stall and go play some beach ball with full CPU.
They must be force quitted.
But it works in TM Bundle Editor and Mail.app
I restarted, repaired permissions, removed all other Input Managers.
OS X 10.4.6
TM 1.5.1 (1070)
Am I the only one?
I'm in a .rb file, which is a actually a rails file. However, I'm trying to
do 'mcc': migrate create column and it's not working in the .rb. If i try
ruby specific commands, I am successful. Can you manually assign bundles to
file extensions? It seems odd that the ruby bundle isn't assigned to the
When I use the 'Post to Blog' function of the blogging bundle, the
Type is changed from 'Blog post (Markdown)' to 'Blog post (HTML)'.
That upsets the 'firstLineMatch' of the Blog (Markdown) syntax.
Well, I just lost over an hour of work and I'd like to know what happened.
I was editing a long entry in a textarea field using the Edit in
TextMate thing. The connection to the server was lost, so I did a Save
As to make a local copy on my Desktop and continued working. The icon
for the new file appeared on my Desktop.
After a while, TM started beeping at me whenever I saved. Fearing the
something had gone wrong, I opened the file in TextEdit (it was still
open in TM). Everything was there, so I quit TextEdit and went back to
TM. Still getting a beep on every save, I decided to quit and relaunch
TM. As soon as I quit TM, the icon for the file disappeared from the
Desktop. When I relaunched TM, the file didn't even appear in the Open
Any ideas? I'm running Version 1.5.1 (1070).
It is very handy to be able to have a line like
hit evaluate line and get
11.5/2.54 = 292.1
Currently if that line is reevaluated, it returns
11.5/2.54 = 292.1(standard_in) 1: parse error
My suggestion for the default behavior bundle, is that if the line
already contains an equals, eval the text in front and replace the
That would be useful where one is playing with values in a formula
I've been having some ideas about TM's project drawer/etc which came
up recently on the list. The first thing I want to say is don't
completely ditch the drawer - it's useful _sometimes_ but it doesn't
work for me most of the time. What I would like to see is something
like Mail.app's mailbox/folder pane which is embedded into the
application window. What I find really annoying about TM's "Go To
Symbol" and the symbol list in the status bar: it requires too many
clicks and it's not efficient. Let me demonstrate what I mean. Say
you're working on a .m file and you would like to change some method
in an external class which you're using in your current .m file. So
if you're going to use the status-bar symbol selection you would have
to click on the other file, click the symbol list and then select.
The alternative way would be to click on the other file and select
the symbol in the "Go To Symbol" panel. So you would need to perform
3 or 2 clicks respectively. And that is every time you would like to
quickly find a symbol in another file. Now imagine that you could
expand each file in the project pane and that it lists all the
symbols. You would of course need to click the triangle/arrow to
expand it but only once. After you've done it you can jump straight
to any symbol in the files you've expanded with _one_ click one.
Eclipse does this in a similar fashion - http://www.steema.com/
img_products/screenshots/tchjava/eclipse_teechartjava.png take a look
on the left pane how you can expand files.
I was just going through the blog and found this article on 'Code Sense'
> …I’m currently working on a plugin API for plugins to show an
> unobtrusive completion menu below the text typed…
This just so happens to be the anniversary of that article and i was
wondering what's up. I saw the nib for this in textmate
So... How do i use this thing? Or has it been abandoned for more
important things and will be finished later?
/usr/local/bin/stakeout /usr/local/script/tmctags `find
$TM_PROJECT_DIRECTORY -name '*.as' | xargs echo` &
This command works fine in the terminal, but when I set it to a
command (with HTML output so as not to freeze the player) it never
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