I'm getting this error message when running the command tidy from the
XML bundle on any xml doc:
Errors: dyld: lazy symbol binding failed: Symbol not found: _gzdopen
Referenced from: /opt/local/lib/libxml2.2.dylib
Expected in: dynamic lookup
Here's a couple of questions:
1) How can I get access to the error above which appears in a yellow
fading window in a location I can copy and paste.
2) How is the default path set for running textmate commands from
bundles -- perhaps I can remove /opt from the path?
3) Anybody know what this error message means?
Following from an different email thread earlier this year. Link:
As some of you know, Textmate has this very good script for performing
correctly the searches on Apple Docset with the /Developer/usr/bin/
The command is bound to Ctrl - h, and will also search the unix man
Offers a multiple - selection popup.
To access this feature you must type in and select the word into your
document before proceeding. However it strikes me that adding an
alternative method to use the script (probably a Search box) could be
There;s nothing wrong with the Ctrl - h shortcut just that its rather
cumbersome if you are searching
speculatively for a series of related classes. For that we really can
prefer an open Search box where
the choices are typed in, without affecting / editing the current open
Basically any improvement of the current functionality thats going to
let me stay inside TextMate and
not lead me to an external program or tool such as AppKiDo. Actually
there also used to be QuickSilver + Developer Documentation Plugin,
but that was broken since the Docset format came in.
Perhaps something like the "Select Bundle Item" window (Ctrl-Cmd-T),
which can be toggled visible / invisible and left open for multiple
searches would be the best way to go.
My ruby is - 0/0 unfortunately so cannot put up any code myself for
what i am trying to propose here. But anyway the relevant place to go
is file docset_query.rb
There could be an obstacle because how should we handle multiple
Of course already there is a place already in the Ctrl-H cmd where the
mini selection list pop-up is shown.
Function "def show_document (results, query)"
If we write a new command in this file and choose not to call this
above function, then its going to mean that we can use other existing
function definition in the ruby script and we can bypass the showing
of the results mini- pop-up window, right ?
Or perhaps we will need some kind of re-write because there another
place at the beginning of the file where "the selected word" is used
for input? Would we want a different input going into a new ruby
function. The user input is probably going to be from a search box.
And later we must print any multiple search results (called 'results'
array). Printed back into e.g. an NSTableview of the bottom half of
our search box.
I cannot find any existing feature improvement / request for this yet,
but still looking.
I'm thinking to create a new bundle to help people translating documents.
I think the most important thing is to have the original text handy, so
here's my idea.
Questa è una parte di testo in italiano
This is a parte of text in italian
-- now I just have some code, which doesn't change.
[x | x <- [1..100]]
So we have markers for the text and markers for the languages.
In this way we can fold whenever we already finished to translate something.
After there will be a command that looks how many languages there
are and generates n files in from <filename<language>.ext>.
And maybe other commands to look for on the internet for words.
What do you think? Could it work??
It' s not as good as using something more xmlish but I think that for
articles or just normal text it could be fine...
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the phpDoc stuff in the PHP bundle always inserts an @version tag with
value $Id$ when I insert doc_h. According to the phpDocumentor docs (http://manual.phpdoc.org/HTMLframesConverter/default/phpDocumentor/tutorial…
), this is for integration with SCM ($Id$ to be substituted with the
last-change revision for the given file), but how do I automate this
within TextMate, or does this belong in a post-commit hook?
Hi, I'm fairly new to TextMate but I've been through the mailing list
archives and was unable to determine if the following is possible.
In general, I'd like TextMate to display a unicode character in place
of a sequence of ASCII characters. For instance, I'd like to be able
to type => but have the editor display ⇒ (U+21D2).
The saved file will need to be ASCII so I'm not looking for a way to
replace characters, just a way to choose a different representation.
Is there a simple way to do this?
ten ni hibari ningen umi ni asobu hi zo
larks in the sky
people in the sea
Recent TextMate convert here and boy do I love it - trial expiring
within the week, so will be a paying customer from then on. ;)
Have a question, though, with regards to sorting in the Project Drawer.
Is it possible to have entries sorted by type, and only then by
name? I'd like to keep directories together. (At the top,
I found the following reference (and its references) in the mailing
This message seems to imply the sorting is hard-coded.
I've been trying to get the Execute line command working in the Python
Bundle. I'm running Python 2.6.1 installed from Macports, latest
cutting edge TextMate, and the latest Python bundles. Each time I try
to run a line I get this error:
env: python: Permission denied
Any help would be appreciated,
I'm new to TextMate for Latex (and actually I'm new to Mac!) so excuse me if
my question is "stupid". I've been searching for an answer to my question in
the net for a lot but I didn't find anything.
Before switching to TextMate I tried TexShop and I really like its Latex
Panel (under the Window menu) because it helps you when you don't remember a
mathematical symbol or something like that. My question is: does it exist
something similar in TextMate? I like TextMate for the project option and
the tab navigation but I miss the Latex panel and I can't prefer any of the
2 editors. What's your opinion?
Thank you very much for your help, I really appreciate it.
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hello everyone, I've just created a simple bundle, that is really just
check it out here: http://github.com/amiel/fuzzyfilefinder.tmbundle/tree/master
the idea is to use Jamis Buck's FuzzyFileFinder to find files instead
of the basic ⌘T file finder
what it does different, is gives you the ability to scope the file you
are looking for by directory
and if you've ever worked on a rails project with over 20
show.html.erb files (or whatever)
you'll see why this is useful
however, this bundle isn’t quite as useful as TextMate’s ⌘T as it
is not integrated enough with TextMate.
I’m hoping that somebody will be interested in rewriting this to work
let me know what you think,
I'll be hanging out the next couple of days on irc.freenode.net
#textmate as <amiel>
I'm probably missing something simple, but a few google
searches of the web and the mailing list didn't solve it.
How can I provide command line arguments for something
like a simple Ruby script? Is this possible? I thought I
remembered hearing something like this was possible.