If I set ProjectPlus sort to show folders on top, the order gets messed
up if I add a file to a project folder outside of TM. When I switch back
to TM the project list updates to show the new file, but the folders are
now mixed in alphabetical order, rather than at the top. I then have to
uncheck "folders on top" and the re-check it to restore the order.
Is this a bug? If I add the file through TM (using the 'add existing
files...' option, this doesn't happen, it's only if I add a file into a
folder that is in the project, and the re-sort happens when TM regains
focus and the project drawer is
Is it just me? I've got the latest version from Subversion. Erlang
bundle doesn't have any command, like Compile, ... Google says that it
used to have them. Then I just tried TerminalMate bundle and it
crashes with "`initialize': No such file or directory - /Users/dm/
Library/Application Support/TerminalMate/server.bin (Errno::ENOENT)".
Last week I received an automatic update of TextMate. I think this was
actually the first time since I have been using TextMate for a year or
s. I am now on Version 1.5.8 (1498)
After the update the Focussed Unit Test function of the Ruby bundle
stopped working. When I now run a focussed unit test it will run all
the unit tests.
Has anybody seen the same problem? Do you know how to fix this? I
Googled this problem, but I couldn't find anybody else with the same
I have in and got myself an iPhone.
Now I'm wondering if any of you others on the list - who I know share
my love of TM - have ever seen a code editor for these slices of
I should point out that I have already installed iSSH, so I can use vi
(after a fashion) but it would be a nice touch to be able to get
something with a fixed width font and syntax highlighting for putting
ideas down on the go. Of course, without copy and paste, it's a little
Still, I thought I'd ask!
Sent from my iPhone
I notice that Spotlight is not indexing the contents of my .rb files. Do I
need a special TextMate Spotlight importer, or is this just something about
my LaunchServices? Here's the listing from mdls showing the content type
tree on a typical .rb file:
kMDItemContentTypeTree = (
Thx - m.
matt neuburg, phd = matt(a)tidbits.com, <http://www.tidbits.com/matt/>
A fool + a tool + an autorelease pool = cool!
AppleScript: the Definitive Guide - Second Edition!
I was wondering if we're ever going to see collaborative text editing
with TextMate? It's perfect for coding solo efforts, and I've been
using Coda for collaborative stuff, but without all the nice TM
shortcuts, the project view, etc, it's pretty much useless.
Whenever I try to run GetBundles Get Bundles command I get the error
/bin/bash: line 14: ~/Library/Logs/TextMateGetBundles.log: cannot
overwrite existing file
If I delete the above file then the Get Bundles command will run once
and then the error occurs again.
I have just been upgraded to TextMate 1.5.8 (1498)
Any suggestions ?
I'm guessing this was caused Apple Security Update that was just
released, but I have updated TextMate and some other things since the
last time I tried this. Unfortunately I kinda wanted this to work! Heh.
I get the following error when I try to "Preview" or "Produce HTML"
Digest::MD5 object version 2.36 does not match bootstrap parameter
2.38 at /System/Library/Perl/5.8.8/darwin-thread-multi-2level/
XSLoader.pm line 94. Compilation failed in require at /Applications/
TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Support/bin/Markdown.pl line 16.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /Applications/TextMate.app/
Contents/SharedSupport/Support/bin/Markdown.pl line 16.
Even though I suspect it was Apple's update, this might help. I
updated Textmate on the 10th and this file seems to have changed.
shell> ls -l /System/Library/Perl/5.8.8/darwin-thread-multi-2level/
-rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 10465 Sep 23 2007 /System/Library/Perl/
shell> ls -l /Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/
-rwxr-xr-x@ 1 joe joe 35622 Feb 10 12:45 /Applications/TextMate.app/
- Joseph Pecoraro