It is a bug that words surround by underscores in snake_case_words in
a TextMate Twiki document are italicized. (In this example, the word
"case" is italicized.) When displayed in TWiki, those words are not
I made a small change to the Twiki language (in the Twiki bundle) to
correct this--see the 'markup.italic.twiki' match in the attached
patch. While I was in there, I made the same change to the
'markup.bold.twiki' match. But I intentionally didn't change the
'markup.raw.fixed.twiki' match, since I don't think it's likely that
someone will type a word with a pair of '=' embedded in it. Let me
know if you think I should resubmit the patch with this change (or
other changes) included.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
On my macbook, I found the keystrokes to be fn-option-F2.
On Tuesday, April 17, 2007, at 10:16AM, "Ciarán Walsh"
> On 17 Apr 2007, at 17:43, Robert Ullrey wrote:
>> I am wondering if there is a way to get the systems contextual
>> menu to appear with suggested spellings without having to resort to
> You can use ?F2 on the misspelled word.
Not sure if there's a wish list form somewhere anyways I have two semi odd
It would be handy if there was a overlay feature in textmate much like you
get in photo editing software. What would be really nice if there were X
layers and if you could choose to name each layer and hide and show a layer.
Also if each layer had a transparency setting it would be nice so you could
have 10 layers that combined would appear to be almost one document. Maybe
you could combine 10 peoples comments on your file.
My second wish list item is meta data for a text file. That is I could tag
line 1 as having meta data of "this line is great". If a user adds more text
to the document and line 1 is pushed down to line 10 that meta data should
stay with the original data it was tagged on.
These requests stem from code reviewing.
Not saying anyone gives a rats about or that this is even remotly possible
or usable. The ideas were on my mind and I thought I would post them.
I used the blogging-bundle before w/out any problems. 5 minutes ago I
fired up Textmate and when I use the cat-snippet from the blogging
bundle I get the following error:
5: warning: already initialized constant TM_DIALOG
/tmp/temp_textmate.b4fiwD:5:in `require': No such file to load -- /
Does anyone know what to do?
I'm looking at creating a bundle that can be used to provide peer code
reviews making use of TextMate for the majority if not all of the
process. I'm looking for high level input/suggestions. Does anyone else
think this would be helpful to them? Anyone else want to work on this with
The high level process of this goes like this:
( A database is used to store a code file for review and all comments
submitted against that file. This allows metrics to be reported on as well
as allowing any number of people to review the same code at the same time
from many different locations. This also allows the status of comments to be
tracked and changed and what not. I think I can push and pull data from a
database pretty easily from TM. I'm looking at targeting PostgreSQL.)
0. Code creator submits a file to be reviewed via TM.(Submitting
actually inserts the code into the database)
1. Reviewer/s retrieves the stored file from the database and the file
contents are displayed in TM(This is all done via TM).
2. Reviewer/s comments on a line by line basis or select multiple lines and
comment via TM. Each comment should have a status such as BUG, STANDARDS
BROKEN, GENERAL, etc. I'm thinking of using GUI integration to allow data
3. Code creator can comment on the comments left by a reviewer/s via TM.
Example "I did this because of XYZ".
4. Code creator makes fixes in their code via TM based on reviewer/s
5. Code creator submits changed code.
6. Reviewer/s can then flag a comment as FIXED, COMPLETED, CLOSED etc. These
would be user configurable values I'm just showing these ones as an example.
7. Repeat 0 to 6 until all comments are in a FIXED/COMPELTE/CLOSED state.
8. Mark review in the database as completed. This will keep anyone from
adding new comments. But the process above will all be in the database for
future reporting and what not if it's needed.
Things I wish I could do, but not sure that I can:
0. I can't mark a line in TextMate with a little graphic in the left
gutter to indicate that line has a comment on it. I do see maybe using the
HTML viewer like the TODO bundle does as an alternative. Is it possible to
highlight a line with a specific color on the fly? Say mark a line with a
BUG comment and the line will turn red and lines with comments marked as
GENERAL are yellow etc etc?
Thanks in advance for any input
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Sometime ago, Haris Skiadas wrote a nice spell checking bundle that allowed me to replace misspelled words with a key stroke rather then using the contextual menu. With control-; a cocoa dialog would appear with suggested spellings. I think it was run through ispell or aspell. I am wondering if there is a way to get the systems contextual menu to appear with suggested spellings without having to resort to control-click?
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I thought, that was an Issue with my default Theme ( Texari ), but it isn't.
I can't get the line highlight to work in either themes.
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Is there a way to auto-select everything within a coding braket or
with in speech marks?
select everything in here
<input type="text" value="select everything in here" />
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On Sun, 15 Apr 2007 16:35:47 +0200, Allan Odgaard wrote:
> On 15. Apr 2007, at 14:24, William Uther wrote:
>> How do I stop textmate from re-indenting on ';'?
> Bundles â†’ Show Bundle Editor.
> Locate the macro named â€˜Insert ; and Indent Lineâ€™ in the C bundle
> and delete it.
Thanks. I'd looked in the C bundle, I'd just missed that macro - it
was obviously blending into the foreground.
I changed the activation to a ; tab trigger rather than deleting the