Say I have this snippet:
using tab trigger: pairfun
(so this theoretical snippet writes the code to call a two argument
So I type "pairfun" and hit tab. type a function name. Hit tab. Now I
want to fill my first parameter with the output of a snippet. If I want
to use a tab trigger here, it won't invoke the snippet, but instead tabs
to the second function parameter in the current snippet.
Is it possible to use another key combination to invoke a second tab
trigger within a snippet? My current workaround is to finish tabbing
through and then come back to fill in the parameter.
Apologies if I am asking in the wrong place.
When I plug in my laptop to my network, it appears in the finder as an
available shared device. The finder obviously gets notice that a new device
is available. Anyone know how to capture that particular message?
I would like to automount the disk
from the work computer (and also from the Home computer), but I would
rather be responding to an event rather than just running the script
every 5 minutes as a cron job.
The cron job might actually be the way to go....
I get an occasional email attachment that shows up with a begin 644
and a bunch of characters. I tried to run it through the uudecode and
get the following message:
uudecode: \n\tinput file: stdin\n\tencoded file:
IntCollect.txt-072709.txt\n\tcharacter out of range: [33-96]
Can someone help. Can I use texmate to fix files like this?
I am new to Textmate and all the snippets stuff, but I am recently
working on a Mediawiki file which uses the mediawiki bundle, and I made
some new snippets such as inserting images to the page, is there anyway
I can submit it to the svn? So everyone else can use it?
After a year and half of development and testing and some hints to the world
at large now and then, I've finally decided to release RubyFrontier into the
RubyFrontier is a TextMate bundle. It implements a Web site framework
basically modelled after the UserLand Frontier Web site framework, written
in Ruby. In other words, it's a tool for writing and maintaining Web sites.
Documentation and description here:
Incredibly great new screencast here (rather long, take it in stages or at
least have a coffee machine sitting next to you the whole time):
Share and enjoy. Tell a friend (if you have one). m.
PS I don't want to make a big sentimental thing of this, but just for the
record, this would have been *totally* impossible without TextMate. I was
completely up a creek about how to migrate out of Frontier until I realized
that TextMate would handle the whole interface for me.
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!