When I write a program and include rubygems
and afterwards mechanize, the last will not be found
when I call "run"
I use the same ruby in /usr/bin/ruby under osx10.5.5
as in the commandline will be found after whereis ruby.
Could someone give me a hint?
Thanks in advance and kind regards
Hi, I have just set up TM on a new MacBook and I am having some
problems with the Ref-TeX citation command. For some reason it cannot
seem to find my bib file. I keep my bib file in a git repository and
link it to ~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib. I thought that the command my
be having trouble following the soft link, so I set the shell variable
TM_LATEX_BIB to the source of the link, but I am still getting a
message that no bib file is found there. :? Any help would be
appreciated in resolving this. All the ebst, Mark
TextMate is a good value. It's a small, fast editor and it makes me
feel productive. Can't wait to see what's under the hood in 2.0.
I was just thinking about what I like in editors, and I still use
Emacs and Eclipse depending on the project. I am switching to TextMate
for a lot of other stuff.
I probably would be using SlickEdit right now- it's a favorite! Except
it's expensive and it runs in X11 on Mac; it's not a native Mac UI.
Feature I really like from SlickEdit are:
* symbol/tagging system. I forget what they call it, but it can
generate symbol lists to use for auto-complete and context help, for
various different languages.
* keybinding emulation modes; e.g it has Emacs and a handful of others.
But anyways I encourage Allan to make 2.0 the most awesome editor he
can, and not spend too much time on everything and the kitchen sink -
feature requests. Like the above, right ;-) Otherwise you end up with
a Christmas Tree, not a lean & mean text editor.
Here's a quick Textmate command I made to open the file you're working
on in BBEdit:
# Open the current file in BBEdit
bbedit +$TM_LINE_NUMBER $TM_FILEPATH
I created it as a command, with options "Save current file", Input:
"Entire Document" Output: "Discard" and I added the F8 shortcut
I put this in the scope selector:
source.php, source.css, string, text.html, text.csv, text.plain
I made it after Maarten Sneep made an "open in textmate" on the google
bbedit list. Maybe someone will find it useful.
Here's my original post with the opposite script (which unfortunately
has a habit of locking textmate randomly every once in a while)
New to TextMate and love it so far.
I'm wondering if there is an existing bundle or method that will allow me to
generate a new HTML document from a parsed PHP file? I'd like to be able to
generate HTML files based on a local PHP file reading from an XML to
generate pages quickly to post to a server that doesn't support server-side
This also would be great for building HTML emails from a XML file in
conjuction with the Email Tester bundle.
I would love to get any feedback or tips from the community on this.
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a very important issue is how to name a tmbundle hosted by github. I
received a mail mentioning that a bundle won't listed in GetBundles.
What I'm doing is the following:
to get these bundles plus author and description from the github host.
'tmbundle' is, I guess, a unique name to identify a TM bundle.
That's why it is necessary to name a tmbundle like:
which will be renamed to
Copy as Rtf.tmbundle
Ruby C Extension.tmbundle
won't be found.
And the next thing is to provide a good description. Not something like:
The name says it all. ;)
Could this be achieved?
I am a passionate devotee to TM but I notice that latex compiles much
faster on TexShop than in TM.
Is there something I can do to improve the performance of TM?
TM takes 4-6 seconds to compile and display on skim.
TexShop takes 2-3 seconds.
Related to this is the question whether one can use a DVI viewer on
the Mac instead of pdf in order to speed things up.
I ask all this because a colleague whom I persuaded to move to the Mac
finds TM inordinately slow and wants to go back to Winedt on windows
because she finds the speed unbearable.