Takaaki Kato <devlist(a)samuraicoder.net> wrote:
> On Jul 30, 2007, at 5:28 AM, Dushan Mitrovich wrote:
>> - On opening ordinary text documents the Line counter at lower left
>> shows the line number, but the column counter just shows '-'. How
>> do I get this to work correctly?
> Where do you see the `-`? The `-` in the lower right side is a symbol
> list. The column is just next to the `Line: xx` on the lower left. If
> you open a new document, you should see "Line: 1 Column: 1"
> (assuming you open a new document wihtout any templates.
What I see is this: "Line: 1 Column: _", followed by a pale vertical
bar, followed by a pale colored disk with the white letter "L".
>> - How do I adjust the left margin for printing?... in fact, all the
>> essential printing parameters?
> TextMate doesn't have many features for printing. See the link below:
Oh, thanks for the info. Amazing that an otherwise competent text
editor should lack such essentials. BTW, the information in the URL
above differs a bit from what my copy of TextMate (1.5.6) shows: the
"View Source as PDF" is in the Latex bundle rather than the Source
bundle. Where's the best place to get pdfsync and pdflatex?
I wonder if it possible 'easily' to enhance tm_dialog in a way that
one can also use it as FileSelect dialog, like CocoaDialog it does,
in conjunction with an user-defined nib-file to append a CustomView
to the predefined NSOpenPanel.
For details have a look at:
invokes a normal cocoa-based file select dialog.
tm_dialog -f myextension.nib
invokes a normal cocoa-based file select dialog and appends
myextension.nib as an Accessory View.
tm_dialog -f -p THEPLIST
to set the current dir, which files are allowed to select, multiple
file select yes/no, dialog title, etc.
The result is a plist containing the filename and, if an Accessory
View is specified, the selections of it.
and have been hunting around for a good HTML bundle. I may be looking
in the wrong places, but basically, I would love to find something
that gives a few of the old features from Homesite, if that is
actually possible. I would love to find some kind of bundle with the
- Code colouring similar to that of Homesite and Dreamweaver.
- Auto tag completion similar to Homesite and Dreamweaver, so when
you type the ending ">" of a div tag for example, it writes out the
closing tag. This would be instead, or in addition to, the feature of
hitting CTRL + < to close the tag.
- Some kind of HTML, CSS validation, similar to the way Homesite used
to do it. Can you include validation in a bundle?
Tell me if I'm dreaming! Either way, it would be great if someone
could point me in the right direction for finding good HTML bundles.
Googling doesn't seem to get the results I want.
Cheers for any help.
Recently, I needed to unbind a TextMate menu command (Text:Reformat and
Justify) so that I could use ^J for my own uses. Ale Munoz (the n is
suppose to have a tilde above it but I don't know how to type that on a
US keyboard, sorry) was kind enough to show me how to use the Mouse and
Keyboard preferences panel to rebind that menu item to something else,
which solves the immediate problem. However, this still begs the
question; is there a way to _unbind_ that menu item, so that it has _no_
associated key binding? This can't be done using Ale's method.
I think the title explains it all. Instead of having to do APPLE + TAB, I
would just like to be able to highlight text and use the TAB key on it's own
to indent my text.
I guess this shortcut must be listed somewhere (APPLE + TAB). In future, how
can I find it so I can change it?
Thanks for any help offered.
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I'd like to use this key binding for something else, but I can't find
the TextMate default binding for ^J anywhere to unbind it; not in a
bundle, and not in the System's Keyboard Preferences binding list.
In general, is there an easy way to find out where a particular
keybinding is set?
Sorry for double-posting too, still trying to figure this mail-list/forum
> Hi all,
> and have been hunting around for a good HTML bundle. I may be looking
> in the wrong places, but basically, I would love to find something
> that gives a few of the old features from Homesite, if that is
> actually possible. I would love to find some kind of bundle with the
> - Code colouring similar to that of Homesite and Dreamweaver.
> - Auto tag completion similar to Homesite and Dreamweaver, so when
> you type the ending ">" of a div tag for example, it writes out the
> closing tag. This would be instead, or in addition to, the feature of
> hitting CTRL + < to close the tag.
> - Some kind of HTML, CSS validation, similar to the way Homesite used
> to do it. Can you include validation in a bundle?
> - Tab to indent selected text. This is a feature in all other HTML editors
> I've used, how can I turn it on so highlighting text and hitting the TAB
> key will indent it, instead of APPLE + TAB? (Shift tab to un-indent).
> Tell me if I'm dreaming! Either way, it would be great if someone
> could point me in the right direction for finding good HTML bundles.
> Googling doesn't seem to get the results I want.
> Cheers for any help.
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svnmerge.py is working fine on the command line, I can issue the
command svnmerge.py avail, no problem, but I am getting the following
error with Show Available Revisions for Merging in the subversion
Support/format_log.rb:262: undefined method `make_foot' for
reason: undefined method `make_head' for main:Object
Quite possibly something I've messed up myself. When I'm editing a Ruby
file and I hit command-R to run the file, I get a pop up window called
'Run' indicating problems. I can't even copy the text from that window
(it doesn't seem to make it to the clipboard) though the ultimate
problem appears to be that something is trying to invoke '+' on nil.
I've a attached a screenshot of the full error report.
Is this a simple, obvious problems? (Well, I mean to people other than
me :-) ).
It seems that the XCode bundle's Run and Build & Run commands assume that the build folder is in the same location as the (TextMate project file? XCode project file? ).
At least in my case, the build folder is somewhere else. The attached patch lets you override the default build folder location with an optional TM_XCODE_BUILD_FOLDER environmental variable. It also explicitly prints out where the XCode bundle is trying to launch the app from, to (hopefully) point people in the direction of TM_XCODE_BUILD_FOLDER.
On the topic of Xcode bundle patches, I also have one to provide a TM_XCODE_PRODUCT_NAME, for when you can't find the product name to run. I thought this just had something to do with my project's complex setup, but looking through the log of run_xcode_target.rb it seems the XCode bundle makes a few guesses which may not turn out (see log for r7057), and there's no way for the user to _force_ the issue. If TM_XCODE_PRODUCT_NAME would be useful, I'll send that in a separate email.
 Or maybe the XCode bundle is reading the information from the project file? If this is the case, my project uses a series of .xcconfig files to specify settings (including TARGET_BUILD_DIR / CONFIGURATION_BUILD_DIR), so that's why the default doesn't work for me....
Let me know if you have any questions or concerns and I'll try to resolve them.
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