I've set TextMate to automatically save files on losing focus. At the moment, I find myself editing files on an external device which I have to mount/unmount frequently to test changes. When the project is open and the device is unmounted, TextMate produces a warning beep when it loses focus to remind me that files could not be saved. However, when I close the project, TextMate will continue to beep every time I switch to another app. The only remedy to this annoying behaviour is to restart TextMate, which is of course a pain in the neck.
Is there some hidden setting so I can turn the warning off?
I’ve added my LDIF bundle to GitHub.
Can someone with access remove it from the Review directory in the official SVN repo so it doesn’t show up twice in GetBundles?
(I don’t see it yet, but I’m assuming it’ll show in GetBundles eventually just based on its name. Is that right?)
Also (mostly for Allan), any chance we can add an LDIF icon and Info.plist entry for .ldif files?
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)
- Open a new document
- Paste this:
((72 / 2.54) * 2.54)
- Run the "Evaluate Line" command from the Math bundle.
- Wonder where the result came from:
((72 / 2.54) * 2.54) = 71.99999999999999999999