I seem to be running into issues with textmate's code folding.
Say I have a file open and folded to-the-max and edit the file in a
different application, the folding points get all screwed up? The data
seems to be persistent too, I have to tinker around in the file for a
minute or so till TM actually rebuilds the index.
Is there any sneaky way of forcing TM to rebuild the folding index or
is there a way to expand all the subfolders from a folder in the drawer?or
at least is planed to retain the state of opened folders when you close a
project and open again, in the next version?
I try to use the wonderful tm_interactive_input (thanks a lot!!), but
I have a tiny problem.
I copied the latest version of tm_interactive_input.dylib into
If I create a tmcommand like this:
if [ ! -f "$TM_INTERACTIVE_INPUT_DYLIB" ]
echo "$TM_INTERACTIVE_INPUT_DYLIB doesn't exist, build it first"
TM_INTERACTIVE_INPUT=AUTO ruby -e "
puts 'decoy line'
print 'Enter Something: '
I see the dialog and the prompt but I cannot enter something and I
cannot close the dialog (only APPLE+. works).
What I'm doing wrong?
MacOSX 10.5.2 on ppc; TM 1.5.7 (1464);
compiled tm_interactive_input.dylib version svn 9338
BTW: How can I change the button's titles?
Thanks a lot in advance,
Is there a way to fold (hide) C/C++ #ifdef's that are not defined in a
project? In emacs there is a minor mode "folding" that has a
hide-ifdefs/show-ifdefs command to auto fold sections of code embedded
between the #ifdef and #endif.
It seems like TextMate should be able to do something very similar. If
anyone knows of this, please let me know.
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I have a repo to which I connect via https. The problem is that it
uses a self-signed certificate and I to tell svn each time to trust
the certificate (even so that I tell it to accept it permanently).
When I want to use now the svn-bundle nothing works because there is
no window where I can do any input of any kind for accepting the
Any ideas what I can do about that? (It seems though the reason lies
in my svn-installation because the certificate doesn't get cached;
would be better if anyone would have an idea how to fix that).
If you use Safari, there is also the Safari Tidy plugin that will validate
on the fly:
On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 1:58 PM, Tobias Jung <newsgr(a)tobiasjung.net> wrote:
> At 10:32 Uhr -0700 09.04.2008, Steven Rowat wrote:
> > Bob wrote:
> > I'm searching for a way to run a validate Web pages created in
> > > TextMate.
> > >
> > > The site has headers and footers via php includes for each page.
> > >
> > I'm in the same situation, and my low-tech solution (perhaps there
> > are more elegant ones) is to run the page in a browser, hit 'show
> > source' for the browser, copy the code, paste into a new untitled
> > document in TextMate, and then use the TM bundled validation. It's
> > a few steps but they're quick with key commands.
> Well, if you're using the browser anyway, you could use Firefox plus the
> WebDeveloper Toolbar (which can send the current doc to the W3C validator
> even if it's loaded from your local hard disk) or iCab which has a built-in
> validator (though it's not always as accurate as the one from the W3C).
> Of course, a solution which can be directly called from TextMate would be
> nice, but I don't know any...
> Kind regards,
> Tobias Jung
> For new threads USE THIS: textmate(a)lists.macromates.com
> (threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you don't)
I just put TmCodeBrowser 1.10 out. It uses an updated ctags (amongst
others better php support) and now remembers the sort setting on a per-
language base. Get it here:
I am often without internet, then I saved all the programming's
doc I need on my local drive.
I'd like to use that documentation instead of looking
for on the internet every time
I ask textmate some docs.
But in every bundle I didn't find it so easy (not just a global variable).
And another thing, I frequently update via svn my bundles,
but what happen if I modify one of them
(maybe changing one variable)??
Reading on the terminal looks like they're skipped because
modified by me, is that right?
So how should I modify third party bundles?
Thanks a lot