"Find in Project" is useful, but can be slow. I guess I've gotten
spoiled by Spotlight, Google Desktop, etc.
My request is that TextMate keep the contents of the project indexed
for speed. Also, results should come up as a I type. See, for example,
WingIDE which manages to do this.
I (and many others) use Mate with just typing
[term] mate /Dev/projectname
That gives you a TM window with the "project drawer".
But this isn't really a project since we have no .tmproj file.
Anyway, two questions
Is there a $TM_... path that can tell me the top-level directory for
the open window?
Reason I'm asking is that some bundles, (just tried the AS3 one)
depends on knowing the "root folder". They should just assume that we
wanna use the currently opened dir (if one).
Any alternative way of adding "tm shell variables" to a directory.
Like the ones in project.tmproj -> shellVariables -> ..
Hi, t-shirt lovers:
I love Monokai theme personally, but the theme has fewer elements
resulting in fewer colors. I know I can add and customize it easily,
but I'm not talented with picking colors and designing.
Can anybody have her or his own customized themes? Can we share yours?
I started a new DRYML bundle (actually a.t.m. it's just a simplistic
language definition) and some other Hobo users thought it would be
nice to start a small DRYML bundle (anyone interested can see get it
at the Hobo forum). What would be the procedure to get the bundle
into TMs bundle repository?
And related Thomas: What happend to bundleforge?
Kind regards, Niko.
niko dittmann <ni-di(a)web.de>
TextMate's HTML syntax coloring seems to be based on rules while
other coloring schemes (e.g. CSS, PHP) are based on keywords.
Here's an example with syntax errors:
broder:1px solid #000;
<p stlye="width:100px">foo bar</p>
So, TexMate will display the 'broder' NOT colored (because it's a
syntax error) which shows me that TextMate uses keywords here.
But it WILL display the 'stlye' colored (using the "Markup tag
attribute" color) because it is placed where a attribute has to
be... but of course, it's no valid HTML attribute.
So, my question is: Is there any way to get TextMate to use a keyword
list for HTML coloring as well - so it will use the default text
color for 'stlye' making me realize that it's a typo?