Ok, I am not sure how to explain this but it is driving me crazy. I looked
around the forums but could not easily describe the issue so forgive me if
this is simple.
The cursor on my scree will show about 4 spaces outside where I am typing,
and when I turn on finish quotes or auto quotes in the prefrences and try to
type, the last pair of quotes will follow the cursor.
Can someone clue me in on this program and what I am missing here?
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I'm being slowly driven mad by two things that I suspect other people
just shrug and live with.
- Sometimes, the command-T list seems to 'forget' where I've been
recently. So when I'm flipping back and forth between, say, a test
and its code, cmd-T RET takes me to some surprising file, usually
beginning with 'a'.
- Sometimes, the Find dialog becomes inert. Nothing happens when
hitting the gently throbbing Find button. Often (always?) the little
red gumdrop doesn't dismiss the window.
What I'm mainly wondering is: is it just me?
Brian Marick, independent consultant
Mostly on agile methods with a testing slant
Trying to build a new project I get this:
bin/parse_build.rb:99:in `initialize': Permission denied
- //.tm_build_errors (Errno::EACCES) from /Library/Application
99:in `open' from /Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles/
Xcode.tmbundle/Support/bin/parse_build.rb:99 from /Library/
format_build_output.rb:288:in `load' from /Library/Application
Seems that ENV['TM_PROJECT_DIRECTORY'] is set to '/'. I opened the
project in TM via Xcode/Open frontmost project.
Any ideas? Older projects seem to work fine.
There are some annoyances with this Bundle. It does not work.
It tries to call the application called "Term" but it should be "Terminal"
(was Terminal ever called Term in previous versions of OS X?).
Then, it moves the terminal window to an awkard position (100,100 ?) (See
So the diff to repairs those. It is not a big patch but it corrects
annoyances I get everytime I checkout that bundle or tell someone else to.
Also, not included in the diff : The bundle shows support for gprolog on the
command line. Some people (like at my university) prefer using swi-prolog
(swipl). Should I make a patch that supports gprolog but falls back to swipl
if it is not installed? Is it appropriate for a "texmate Run command" to
support 2 implementations of Prolog?
I was doing Japanese translation of TextMate manual, but I can't
complete the task soon.
The reason is simple. I was jobless, but now I got my first full-time
job in my life.
I'm now, yes, a programmer. I'm extremely busy with learning new
things and adapting myself
to a Japanese office environment.
It would be great if Allan could cook up a script that generates
Japanese manuals in HTML dynamically.
Thus, I can still update when I have time. Other pages can still be
(If I see my Japanese writing on macromates.com, that would be
encouraging and motivating...)
As TextMate 2.0 approaches, I wonder what part of the manual is worth
translating at this point.
Is everything changing in 2.0? Or, language grammars and scoping will
I'm starting to use Markdown for most of the documents I produce.
Usually I go directly to PDF or for more complex documents I firt do a
Latex export and mostly get good results. Today I needed to export a
document which includes spanish accents to RTF but it doesn't look
right in Textedit. Anything with an accent or an 'ñ' just shows as a
series of symbols. I have Textmate to encode the document using UTF8.
Anyone has a solution for this?
I haven't developed with PHP in a while and just recently started
again... but I noticed that there's no longer a HTML (PHP) bundle.
What's up with that? Why was it removed?
> Well, welcome to the club.
> I highly recomend that you watch all the screencasts and read all
> the documentation. I'm not normally the type to bother with the docs
> but I was amazed at how much stuff textmate can do. There's just so
> much awesome right under the surface.
> Thomas Aylott [SubtleGradient] from iPhone
> On Oct 4, 2007, at 10:05 AM, hairball <stop.the8thday(a)gmail.com>
>> Like to say HELLO,
>> I'm a new member to the list and also a new user of TextMate. This
>> seems to be a wonderful tool and I'm looking forward to working
>> with it.