I just checked a fix into svn that adds 'next week', etc to the options allowed by the date parser.
Rather than reinvent the wheel, has anyone seen or is anyone interested in doing a Ruby port of Datebox?
From: Benjamin Jackson <ben(a)incomumdesign.com>
Date selection with GTDAlt bundle
I just checked a fix into svn that adds 'next week', etc to the
options allowed by the date parser.
Rather than reinvent the wheel, has anyone seen or is anyone
interested in doing a Ruby port of Datebox?
Best to all,
I have read in older threads from the list about issues with
subversion and project files lying outside of the root folder of the
subversion project, but I am having difficulty getting the "Update
Entire Project to Newest" to work. Specifically, that menu option
never shows up, regardless of where I have my tmproj file in relation
to the local svn files. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
The Help file mentions that the folders need to be beneath
TM_PROJECT_PATH and I can't find that environment variable anywhere.
TextMate's Help mentions TM_PROJECT_DIRECTORY--is that what the SVN
help file means? And if so, do I need to manually set it, or is it
set when I have a saved tmproj open?
So in the svn bundles for todo I started to get the following error
Support/TextMate/Support/lib/textmate.rb:32:in `initialize': cannot convert
Hash into String (TypeError) from /Users/sdevore/Library/Application
Support/TextMate/Support/lib/textmate.rb:32:in `new' from
Support/TextMate/Support/lib/textmate.rb:32:in `load_pattern' from
Support/TextMate/Support/lib/textmate.rb:7:in `initialize' from
Support/TextMate/Support/lib/textmate.rb:79:in `new' from
Support/TextMate/Support/lib/textmate.rb:79:in `each_text_file' from
what did I mess up?
In xcode their is a quite handy feature called jump to defintion when
control clicking a class or whatnot... It will then jump to view to
what ever file that class is started in..
Does anyone know of this kind of plugin for textmate ??
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I was wondering if anyone has asked, or if I missed how to do this.
Is there a way to write a preference so that themes can be tied and
auto-loaded to particular bundles? For example, using 'slate' for
writing perl, but when I switch to blogging it automatically could
switch my theme to expresso and then to Twilight for LaTeX.
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I'm sorry if I missed this somewhere in the list or wiki, but I
couldn't find it.
If I use "Edit in textmate" to edit text field from another app, is
there any way to alter the save function (or to make another key
command) to automatically format the markdown text and send back the
formatted version. Currently, I write the markdown, preview it in
textmate's window, copy and paste it back into the original app. It's
not that much work, but I was thinking that if it could be automated,
I'd probably use it more often.
Thanks for any advice
I get the following error when trying to fetch a post from a
serendipity v1.0 blog.
/usr/local/lib/ruby/1.8/xmlrpc/client.rb:552:in `do_rpc': Wrong
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
[lots of xml snipped ...]
from /usr/local/lib/ruby/1.8/xmlrpc/client.rb:420:in `call2'
from /usr/local/lib/ruby/1.8/xmlrpc/client.rb:410:in `call'
I'm using cutting edge textmate 1112.
I can connect to the serendipity blog using ecto using the metaWeblog
api. Here's the endpoint I am specifying in Setup Blogs:
Thanks for any pointers.
-- Stephen Bannasch
I often use ctrl-esc to pop-up the bundle list from the project window. On
my G5 tower it stopped working a couple of revisions (ish) ago, yet it's
fine on my powerbook. I'm sure this is a simple conflict but I've already
looked in all the obvious places for a solution - ie keyboard and mouse
prefs pane, quicksilver triggers. Does anyone have any idea what the
problem might be?
I tried and failed to get the Blogging bundle working on either of my
two computers yesterday. It's not the failures themselves, though,
that's prompting my inquiry today, it's that the failures were
different. Different behavior and different error messages. I've run
into this in the past: a month or so ago, one of my TMs wouldn't
preview Markdown documents because it couldn't find SmartyPants.pl.
Apparently, my two copies of TM are out of sync in some way, despite
being the same version (1.5.2 ).
I'd like to know the best way to resolve this difference. My guess is
that the simplest way is to
1. throw away my current copies of /Applications/TextMate;
2. throw away my current copies of Library/Application Support/TextMate;
3. install new TMs from a fresh download.
I do have certain snippets, macros, and commands of my own that I'd
like to retain, so I would *not* throw away ~/Library/Application
Support/TextMate. Does this procedure make sense?
I suspect that my out-of-sync issue came about because I used to use
SVN to get new bundles whenever I happened to think of it, but now I
use an automatic Software Update to Cutting Edge. For my own
edification: When TM does a Software Update, do the new bundles go
in /Applications/TextMate/Contents/SharedSupport/Bundles? If so, and
if I'm going to use automatic Software Update instead of SVN, is
there any need for /Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles?
In the Markdown bundle, the Generate Output and Open Browser Command
is bound to control shift o. So is Open Terminal. But instead of a
menu showing both options, control shift o in a MultiMarkdown
document opens an html version of that document in an external
browser. Is there a way (other than browsing through the gear menu,
or customizing the keybindings) to access the Open Terminal in a
MultiMarkdown document? I would prefer to see a menu with both
options, if both should reasonably be bound to the same key. Is this
a scope issue?
All the best, Mark