Not sure who's maintaining the PHP bundle (Ciarán?) but any chance
you could include this tiny, tiny snippet? It makes writing longer
Also - I'm using Doxygen rather than PHPDocumentor (as it seems
easier to get it into TeX ? let me know if I'm wrong here!) - any
chance we could have
as the docblock defn? I don't think it interferes with PHPDocumentor,
and it makes folding easier on long comments.
Richard Dyce MA (Cantab.) MBCS MIET
I've been seeing this for some time, and I'd like to know if any of
you knows what the problem is:
Let's say I'm editing a file (file1.html), and I save it with another
name (Save as file2.html). After that action, I'll be editing
file2.html, but if I want to open file1.html, it doesn't show in the
project drawer. I can't access it using Command+T, either.
If I quit Textmate and reopen it, then I can see file1.html in the drawer.
The build with MTASC command suddenly stopped working for me on my
work computer. I am at a total loss.
I am now getting this output when I try to compile on projects that
had previously worked:
(unknown) : type error class not found : com.package.Class
It seems in my testing that it might be using the folder that
contains the class you currently have open, instead of the folder the
mtasc.yaml resides in. I have tried using the same command in the
right folder location from Terminal and it works fine.
I am running the edge build 1414.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Just out of mild curiosity, how long has TM2 been self-hosting (i.e.
when did you switch from TM1 to TM2 in order to develop the rest of
As long as you're teasing us about it and all... :-)
On Aug 27, 2007, at 7:00 AM, textmate-request(a)lists.macromates.com
> I use textmate a lot to write in markdown. However, the documents
> I produce need to be printed out and proofread often. Is there any
> way to get textmate to print out documents double spaced? If not,
> I preview the documents in firefox on OS X. Is there any way to
> get firefox to print double spaced?
In addition to tweaking/hacking the built-in print.css file, you
should also consider installing Fletcher Penney's MultiMarkdown set-
up. It comes in two parts: (1) a TextMade bundle and (2) a
MultiMarkdown folder you place in ~/Library/Application Support.
Why? Because Multi-Markdown actually lets you include meta-data at
the top of a document. One item you can include looks like this:
You can then "style" a particular document any number of ways. I have
not found a way for this to work fully using TextMate's built-in
Preview browser, however. (HELP coding gurus!) Fonts work. As do line
spacing, which would get you what you want, but not margins and page
Of course, to be fair, I haven't found a browser yet that respects
page numbering as specified in CSS when I have outputted using
MultiMarkdown. (If I am doing something wrong not to get this, please
someone feel free to set me straight.)
So far as I can tell, truly print-ready formatting is only available
through LaTeX or through using something like Prince. (Or by being
XSLT competent.) I really can't work up the desire to immerse myself
in LaTeX when Markdown works so well for me. Prince is too expensive.
And I am definitely incompetent when it comes to XML/XSL/great googly
Given my ignorance, setting up MultiMarkdown can't be that hard.
Now, where's a piece of wood so I can knock on it.
How can you make it so when you press a '(' when editing source-code '( )'
is inserted instead of '()', that is, there are two spaces between the
brackets and the cursor is in-between those two spaces? It makes code much
easier to read.
P.S. Sorry if this message shows up as a duplicate.
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This is barely a bug, but still seemed worth a quick mention. I've
got a project file in my /opt/ directory, which I'm using for fooling
around with my local apache installation. I do not have write
permission in /opt/, because I'm not logged in as admin (a habit from
the early days of great bash disasters). When I go to 'create a file'
in the project drawer and choose a location within /opt/ to create
it, clicking 'ok' fails silently – no error message or request to
authorize. In other circumstances I've seen TextMate ask for
authorization as admin, and it would be nice if it did the same here.
Like I said, hardly a crucial issue, there are a million ways around
it, but it seems like it ought to work.
I'm using build 1414, if that makes any difference.
I don't know whether this is an issue for other users as well and
whether it would be possible, but I'd like to have a built-in chance
to enable or disable installed plugins (maybe integrated in TM's menu).
I often use Hetima's CJK-Input plugin for writing Japanese.
This plugin will be also invoked if I want to write German umlauts
like ä because I use an US-keyboard and I have to type the key
combination ALT+u plus a for inserting an ä. This behaviour is a bit
[I know that TM can display the key combination ALT+u or ALT+e not
yet but still ... ;)]
Up to now I use a script to rename the plugin and restart TM.
Furthermore if more plugins will be developed in the future which
maybe interact with others it would be nice to have such a chance to
(un)load plugins while running TM.
On the other hand it would 'solve the problem' while developing a
plugin to restart TM after building a new version of it. Just unload
and load that plugin.
Or am I wrong?
I've just recently started getting a couple of errors when using the
~ $ mate
sysctlbyname_with_pid: sysctl failed:Operation not permitted
is_pid_native: sysctlbyname_with_pid failed:Operation not permitted
It still seems to work properly.
I haven't been able to find anything on this re: TM, any clues on
where to start?
I have problems with the "reformate method call" of the Objective-C
bundle. I don't know if I don't understand the function or if it is a
bug - hope you can help me :)
NSLog(@"%s: Unregistered with notification center: %@", _cmd, [self
The NSLog line is longer than my wrap-settings. So I want to reformat
that line to have the log command splitted over two lines, possibly
with an intendation for the second line. But if I press ^q the code
ends up like this:
[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter]; [nc removeObserver:self]; NSLog
Unregistered with notification center: %@", _cmd, [self fileName] );
dealloc]; } @end
Do I use the wrong command? Is it a bug?
Thanks for reading ;)