This is a long shot, but does anyone have a bundle for RenderMan RIB
files that they've worked up? Mostly syntax hilighting would be a
great start. I just wanted to check before I start in on my own.
Am trying the latest 1.5.7 version and am getting the following crash
when attempting to use the 'mate' CLI utility.
2008-05-30 18:35:27.487 mate[1659:10b] An uncaught exception was raised
2008-05-30 18:35:27.488 mate[1659:10b] [NOTE: this exception
originated in the server.]
*** Object does not implement or has different method signature
2008-05-30 18:35:27.490 mate[1659:10b] *** Terminating app due to
uncaught exception 'NSInvalidArgumentException', reason: '[NOTE: this
exception originated in the server.]
*** Object does not implement or has different method signature'
2008-05-30 18:35:27.492 mate[1659:10b] Stack: (
Have been able to use mate in the past with 1.5.6 on Leopard 10.5.2
but just noticed this crash since upgrading to 10.5.3.
Anyone else noticed anything ?
I'd like to set-up a command to import text from an external txt/html/
js to a current project but have had no luck finding any tips on how
to go about this. Is it possible?
I think it would be really handy to have for example a command that
pulled in the latest swfobject.js from my SVN repositories. I'm sure
this could be useful for lots of other workflow timesavers too.
I've always dreamed about a text editor that will show unicode to me
in a slightly more suitable form than what I'm used to. Like a double-
width em-dash (assuming fixed width fonts are being used) -- or even a
double-width en-dash and a triple-width em-dash -- and visual
differentiation between the various invisible characters like no-break
space, zero-width joiner, and the half dozen or so extra unicode
glyphs that aren't displayed very well in code.
While TextMate's "Show Invisibles" does indeed show no-break space,
(most of?) the others remain invisible. And em-dash is rather hard to
distinguish from en-dash :)
Has anyone else ever thought such things before? Certainly I think
greater editing support for such unicode glyphs would encourage their
use (which, at present, seems rather uncommon).