When working with the latex bundle on textmate, (specifically the New Item command which I bound to enter), it works fine when working on itemize and description environments (adding \item and \item respectively), but it also adds \item when working on other environments such as eqnarray.. Any reason for it to behave this way? And anyone knows how I can fix that?
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Create HTML From Document......
for those of you who like to see a print out of your code. More important
for those of us trying to figure out what the last guy did.
I'm trying to set up a code folding rule that will let me fold sections
of CSS files I work on. I usually define sections in my code like this:
/* Section_Start <section name> */
/* Section_End <section name */
I've got the Pragmatic book, and I've looked at the included bundles,
but I can't figure out a working solution...anybody got some pointers on
how to accomplish this?
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> On Aug 20, 2009, at 6:37 PM, Juan Falgueras wrote:
>> desperate looking for a way of a more relaxed way of searching a
>> string inside another, we need not to take into the account not only
>> the case
>> s = "Abc"
>> if s =~ /abc/i then
>> but also if you have forgotten an accent, etc:
>> s = "?Bc"
>> if s =~ /abc/i then
>> ?also should match!
>> Changing the encoding to the simplest one: ASCII, does not work
>> iconv, nor ruby force_encoding() work and gives you errors in case
>> try to convert "?" to "a"
> This might be one option for you:
> $ irb -KU -r iconv
>>> s = "?Bc"
> => "?Bc"
>>> Iconv.conv("ASCII//TRANSLIT//IGNORE", "UTF-8",
> s).downcase.delete("^a-z") =~ /abc/
> => 0
> I hope that helps.
> James Edward Gray II
I have narrowed the chars you should delete after transliteration. If
you try with the ~full range of accented latin chars
# you can see a small set of chars that are used to transliterate: "'~^`
puts Iconv.conv("ASCII//TRANSLIT//IGNORE", "UTF-8",
This is a less aggressive way of patching this annoying behaviour of
transliterate. I would like to see new //CLEANDROP or so, to simply
drop out those accents to work with the chars. Or simply a regexp
search with a modifier that could make it just to ignore accents…
I'm trying out Subversion, and the associated TextMate bundle, for the
first time. Choosing "Checkout..." from the bundle menu gives me a
dialog box with the prefix "svn+ssh://" AFAIK my Subversion
implementation doesn't support that protocol, so I've replaced that
with "http://" and the appropriate url.
In response, TextMate gives me a status report with correct
authentication realm but that lists my Mac account name
("jonippolito") rather than my Subversion login on the remote server
("jon"). The report ends with these errors:
Username: svn: PROPFIND request failed on [my subdirectory]
svn: PROPFIND of [my subdirectory]: authorization failed [my remote
The file [my local url] does not exist.
I don't see where I can change my username or password as recognized
by the Subversion bundle. Any advice appreciated!
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Dear Textmate users,
The auto-completion of bibtex entries (alt-escape) works very nicely,
but often when I am editing it would be useful to display what a given
label points to.
I would like to be able to put the cursor on a bibtex entry, hit a key
and have the bibliographic entry pop up in a tool-tip.
Is that possible? And if so, how?
TextMate has a "Find in Project", but as my project contains a lot of files,
I often want to search in a subset of those files: specifically the files
contained in a given directory, and this recursively. What is the best and
simplest way to do this with TextMate?
(The best solution I found so far consists in creating a new project, adding
the directory from which I want to do the search, and running a "Find in
Project" in that new project. But I have to say that this is quite clunky.)
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desperate looking for a way of a more relaxed way of searching a
string inside another, we need not to take into the account not only
s = "Abc"
if s =~ /abc/i then
but also if you have forgotten an accent, etc:
s = "áBc"
if s =~ /abc/i then
…also should match!
Changing the encoding to the simplest one: ASCII, does not work since
iconv, nor ruby force_encoding() work and gives you errors in case you
try to convert "á" to "a"
MacOS does the work but it is not the appropriate way here…
Any help will be welcome.
I have a problem with the "Typesetiing & View" Feature on SL. Typeset
& View generates following output:
>/tmp/temp_textmate.NwPD9X:26:in `exit': no implicit conversion from nil to integer (TypeError) from /tmp/temp_textmate.NwPD9X:26
Clean SL Install
Somebody else with this problem?
I'm making a small bundle for my own flyweight markup language and i
run in to a little problem.
Commands that takes the entire document as input acts strange. To be
more precice it's when I make a column selection, write something, and
then run the command. The command seems to run as many times as the
number of rows selected.
Is there a simple way to avoid this, for example make the command to
deselect all before it runs? The command is written in php.