> You can use the matlab bundle from the SVN repository. Octave is
> mostly compatible with the matlab syntax.
I didn't know there was such a bundle. Thanks for telling me. But
where do I find it? I did find one from a few months ago (June) by
kjosmoen, but this didn't seem to be on SVN - whereever that is located
- and I don't know if it's the most recent.
Regarding your other questions, I don't know the answers unfortunately.
On 26 Oct 2007, at 01:07, DushanM wrote:
>> I'm using TextMate to write some script files for the computational
>> program Octave. These are text files, but TextMate insists on ad-
>> ding formatting that I don't want. How do I turn this automatic
>> formatting off?
Ciarn Walsh wrote:
> What kind of formatting are you talking about? Perhaps you mean
> indentation? You should make sure you have the language set to Plain
> Text by using the popup menu on the bottom of the window.
Thank you, that's just what I needed. I didn't know where the switch
> Even better, of course, would be to write a grammar for Octave ;)
Yes, that sounds like a good idea, but I'm too new to TextMate, and
to Octave, to know how to do that. Maybe later as I learn more...
> Anyway, that's just a long way of saying that I don't think it's TM's
> fault, but rather a design flaw in Spaces that I hope Apple will
Thanks for the quick reply and for explaining that, I'm glad it's not
I've used 3rd party virtual desktops for a few years, and I've never
seen that behavior before. As you say, I hope Apple fixes it soon.
I'm using TextMate to write some script files for the computational
program Octave. These are text files, but TextMate insists on adding
formatting that I don't want. How do I turn this automatic formatting
PS, I had sent this same msg almost a week ago, but never saw it appear
in the digest. But in the 'From:' I had forgotten to switch it from
<not.for(a)public.display> to my real email address. Could this be the
I'm wondering if anyone else is using TextMate with Leopard Spaces and
seeing weird behavior.
If I open up a document window in TextMate in Space 1 and leave it
there, all is well and there's no problem. If I move the window to
Space 2, when I Save the document stays on Space 2 (like it should),
but the view switches back to Space 1. The same thing happens when hit
Command-F to find: the document stays on Space 2 while the view
switches back to Space 1.
If I close TextMate, switch to Space 2, then open a document,
everything stays on Space 2 and all is well. If I then move the
document window to Space 1, I get the same problems with switching
Is this a quirk with my setup or is anyone else seeing this?
When I try to run a rake file that's not on the top
level of my project directories it refuses with this error:
RakeMate v2.0.0 running on Ruby v1.8.6 (/usr/local/bin/ruby)
Could not locate a Rakefile in /Users/boysie/habitat/as.
my rake file is actually called rakefile.rb and is in /Users/boysie/
But I benefit from having access to the files outside of the project
I made the project bigger than just the sprout project folder.
Anyway to get it to find the rake file properly?
As a recent adopter of Textmate I've had a great time improving
productivity. But, today I was asked to update and relaunch. Dutifully, I
closed my files and clicked yes. The program reopened and I opened my latex
document, updated some text and hit apple R to run latex. This is the error
/bin/bash: line 80: latexErrWarnHtml.py: command not found Error: PDF file
not written to disk
Apologies, but I have no idea what's happened here. Can someone help me get
Latex back (okay the file, and everything else, still runs fine on Texshop,
but I don't want to go back to editing there)?
Thanks in advance
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Hello. This is mostly unrelated, but I know you can all offer advice
on this matter.
I've been on this list for ten days, and since then I've received
~275 messages. The majority of them are unimportant to me, but some
of them are. I need to figure out how to filter incoming messages, soon.
What methods do you people use to sort TextMate mail?
I have something like this:
svc.post.post_name as post_name,
svc.post_zone.zone_name as zone_name,
from svc.post inner join svc.post_zone on svc.post.id_post_zone =
inner join svc.post_type on svc.post_type.id_post_type = svc.post.id_post_type
where svc.post.id_post = :id
And want to do something with that sql text if its sql (colorize or
Command-R it via SQLDeveloper etc.). But scope for that string is
"source.python ... string.quoted.double.block.python"
Is it possible to fine tune scope selector? Any advice?