Hi. My Textmate bundle has disappeared - it doesn't show in the Bundles
menu. I've downloaded it via GetBundle and Subversion, but it still
Now, maybe it never shows in that menu. I don't really remember it. But
what I do know is that the keyboard shortcut for 'show current scope'
doesn't work any more, and I can't find the command anywhere. That
leads me to think that it's in the Textmate bundle, and that the bundle
Can anyone give me any advice?
I have a new bundle I have written for N3/Turtle. I saw a request in
for RDF so I suspect there is a fellow semantic webster out here
somewhere. I have pretty good syntax highlighting although it is
pretty much the turtle subset of N3 right now...re:
I was pretty unsatisfied with the only emacs mode out there:
And have recently started using Textmate, and started working on this
This bundle also has the ability to become the basis for a SPARQL
bundle as that is also based on the N3 syntax.
Anyway, the bundle is useful to me and without people requesting fixes
it will never get better. You know, I'll fix anything that doesn't
fit my coding style but that won't take long.
Main feature: I highlight subject, predicate and object (also literal
vs iri objects) rather than uri vs qname color.
Anyway, just looking for anyone else interested in N3 or any bundle
dev advice in general as this is a new platform for me after a long
Hi. I've started having a problem with the TODO bundle, where 'Show
TODO list' never completes - it just keeps processing. I assume that
there's some kind of infinite loop in the regex search, but I have no
idea how to find it. I stripped away the list of options (FIXME,
CHANGED etc) but it hangs on all of them. Can anyone offer any advice?
How can I switch from the big text editing area back to the drawer
without using the mouse so that I can choose a new file? In case it
matters I am using the missing drawer plugin so that the drawer is
always on the left when I open a project.
I don't know if is Charilaos the LaTeX/Bibtex maintainer, but,
anyway, probably everybody in the list knows the answer:
Is there any support for Bibtex appart from the Language definition?
In the support I mean bibtex .bib tools like snippets for items, like:
author = "$2",
title = "$3",
publisher = "$4",
series = "$5",
year = $6,
tidying the formats, etc.
I know there is an insertion of citing in LaTeX mode, but I can't
make it run for me. I don't know well how to invoke it, when (must
the .aux be there?), how to indicate the bibliography files (since it
seems not to look for the \bibliography command in the LaTeX source),
Any help will be welcome. Thanks.
I recently updated my Ruby and Rails bundle (R6637 and R6633 respectively)
and have found that some of the bundle function appears to be gone. For
example the def, deft, and defs tab completion features. Is this on
After much deliberation I decided to switch from Emacs to Textmate
yesterday, despite being wary about some important keybindings not
I've managed to map almost everything the way I like it, but the most
important is still not supported, and that is ctrl-space and ctrl-w for
setMark and deleteToMark, respectively.
After searching the mailing list and blog archives I am left with the
impression that this has been on the todo list for several years. I was
just wondering if there is an ETA on this functionality? And out of curiosity,
is it very difficult to add, or just very low on the (long) todo list?
I'm asking because I fear I will have to unlearn the very efficient Emacs
way (to me, anyway) while I wait for this to be supported in TM. And that
would be a shame :)
In most other aspects, TM is fantastic. And the better I understand it,
the more impressed I get. Great editor!