Suddenly my diffs from the subversion bundle are failing with the error message:
exec of ‘fmdiff’ failed: No such file or directorysvn: ‘fmdiff’ returned 255
I checked my path and everything seems fine, and in fact the command line has no trouble finding it.
For now I am working around it by putting the full path in the TM_SVN_DIFF_CMD variable (/usr/local/bin/fmdiff)
>> Try typing that into an empty TextMate document and then hitting Ctrl-R. Should give you the output you're after.
>> Adam Sharp
Gert van Oss wrote:
> I merely use TextMate for LateX so no clue what to do with the info I receive as result?
> echo "$TM_SUPPORT_PATH"
>From some cursory reading online it sounds as if an upgrade of TextMate may have caused your issue, due to clashes with outdated versions of bundles and/or the Support folder.
Your TM_SUPPORT_PATH variable just indicates that you're using the version of the Support folder that came with your TextMate package. Maybe trying this fix could solve your issue, to ensure you're using the default bundles supplied with TextMate (and there aren't any clashes):
It's linked to in the email above.
Hope that helps!
Am I missing something or is there now a way to keep the Web Preview
window permanently open for the last viewed HTML file?
This would be a massive help :)
Could it be achieved via a plugin?
### Feature Requests
1. Have the *web* *preview* always shown, if it has been opened. It should
then display whatever is in the selected tab, if the file meets some
"*web* *preview*able" criteria. If the current tab is showing an html file,
or a php file, or a .asp file, change the *web* *preview* to it, otherwise,
leave it displaying the last file that did match.
This will enable a lot of very useful editing, like changing the CSS
and having the *preview* update automagically, as outlined next.
> In Terminal:
> echo "$TM_SUPPORT_PATH"
There's your issue, that shouldn't be done in Terminal.
> Doesn't give any result at all. Can anyone explain what I've done wrong?
Try typing that into an empty TextMate document and then hitting Ctrl-R. Should give you the output you're after.
I'm editing R code, and having a number of issues where I keep getting
the dreaded spinning beach ball, and have to wait a number of seconds
before I can keep working. Notably, whenever I typing in command and
then enter the first '(' there is a significant lag before I get the
help pop-up. This is rather annoying, as typing in simple statements
takes a long time.
I had suspected this was a 2.9 versus 2.10 help system issue, so I
upgraded to R 2.10.0 and still had the issue. I also deleted all
traces of 2.9.2 and earlier from my machine, and I still have the
I don't know if this is related, but when I start the Rdaemon, i see an error:
/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles/R Console
(Rdaemon).tmbundle/Support/bin/execute.sh: line 141:
( + 2: syntax error in expression (error token is "( -
( + 2")
tail: /Users/albert/Library/Application Support/Rdaemon/r_out: invalid
number of bytes
The bug seems to only effect Snow Leopard installations that use
Bazaar and ProjectPlus within TextMate. It does not seem to be a
In Snow Leopard switching off the Bazaar support in the preferences ->
Project+ fixes the problem. (This tab is there only if ProjectPlus is
With Bazaar support off Textmate will work properly. This is the case
even if you have upgraded to the latest Bazaar for Snow Leopard.
in the 1589 release notes, I found the entry
[FIXED] Out-of-bounds array access when running mate in a non-GUI
context (sudo/ssh) on Snow Leopard — ticket B334CC8C.
which made me curious: Can I run TextMate in a non-GUI context? Have you
found a good way™ of making mate in an ssh session work better? Or what
does this refer to?
I did check http://ticket.macromates.com/show?ticket_id=B334CC8C, but
failed to see any sudo/ssh connection in there. I did find ticket
38874736, which is marked as a duplicate of that geck, however.
I've a tiny question. Who is using R versions BEFORE R 2.10 ?
Since R 2.10 has changed some essential stuff it's really a stony way to support both R approaches.
Please let it me know privately.
Many thanks in advance!