I think the confusion is that both the Markdown (MD) and MultiMarkdown
(MMD) bundles have a convert to PDF command. The MD bundle uses
HTMLDOC to do the conversion whilst MMD uses LaTeX. I am not sure
exactly what the commands are called in the respective bundles as I
have changed both to suit my preferences. I would suggest that if you
want to use any of the MMD functionality that you delete the MMD
commands (and language) in the MD bundle and install the MMD bundle.
Here is a question with regard to the LaTeX bundle:
I wish to use both pdfLaTeX as well as TtH (a latex to HTML
converter). With pdfLaTeX, I have used TextMate as the previewer, but
have recently discovered Skim and the synctex (along with the
watching) facility. Hence in the LaTeX bundle preferences menu I have
For TtH, I hacked up an very old version of the LaTeX current file
script to invoke TtH (attached below). The trouble is this script
requires TextMate as the "previewer."
What I don't want is to have to continually switch my preferences back
and forth since I might both LaTeX a document in addition to TtH'ing
it for posting on the Web.
In a perfect world, I would like the LaTeX bundle to have native
support for using TtH. In the absence of that, could someone suggest
edit changes to the hacked script I have, or better yet, provide an
If you place the cursor on a variable in NetBeans (at least in Ruby
code) it highlights all instances of that variable. This is a feature
I like very much.
Does TextMate or some bundle have a similar feature?
I have also asked this question on StackOverflow. If anyone wants to
get some points there:
does anyone uses succesfully Textmate with JRuby. Setting TM_RUBY =
<JRUBY_HOME>/bin/jruby seems to fail in my case. Hitting cmd-r prints:
`run': JRuby only supports F_SETFL and F_GETFL with NONBLOCK for
fcntl/ioctl (NotImplementedError) from
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Hi all, this is my first post to the mailing list. I'm having a problem with
my templates. It looks like CocoaDialog is acting up, I'm not sure - for
certain CocoaDialog results I get an error message as the result, with the
text "QT call results in 0". Specifically this happens in the Actionscript
3.tmbundle's Project template. I'm not sure if it happens in other project
templates, but it is effectively keeping me from creating new projects by
placing my new project inside the tmbundle and giving everything the wrong
name [like "QT call results in 0-config.xml", etc.]. Anyone know what's up?
> On 7 Aug 2009, at 22:17, brad tittle wrote:
> > When I click on textMate and drag a line that has already been
> > selected down
> > a line, it does not change the focus to textMate.
> This is by design. Generally click-to-drag has the purpose of dropping
> the dragged text in your currently active application and hence should
> not change focus.
> You should find this behavior in most other apps.
I am not complaining. I figured out what was going on and will adapt
accordingly. I haven't managed to find this behavior in any apple
application yet. I can't say have haved tried everything by any means, but
Pages, Numbers, and Neo Office focus themselves when I attempt to drag
I have to disagree slightly with your premise though. If you click in an
application to drag something and then drop it in another application the
focus should change according to the drop location. Whichever app received
the drop should probably get focus. I can see times where this might not be
preferable. If the drop is within the same application (in this case I
dragged from textMate to textMate), the drop location is textMate and should
make textMate the focus. I am having difficulty envisioning a time when
dragging something in one application should result in the previously
focussed app keeping focus unless that app receives the drop OR the drop
results in a message to the focussed app (which at this time is NOT the app
that is being manipulated).
As I said in my first post, I was doing it the backward way anyway.
I suspect that most people using textMate are keyboard maniacs and wouldn't
resort to something as crude as a mouse drag (especially doing the extremely
crude 1984 type debugging that I was doing -- resorting to log statements
followed by DIE to find out how I had managed to cut my own throat, which I
Have a great day. I love textMate. I can't get my boss to understand why
textMate is better than DreamWeaver (but that is his problem and not yours,
and results from his graphics background).
I am making experience with TextMate, I like it very much, but I have
found a couple of problems with code validation and php colors. I'll
try to explain:
If I am coding a php page and I add an instruction like:
$result = mysqli_query($db, "SELECT LOWER(REPLACE(REPLACE(field_name,'
','-'),'\'','-')) AS test FROM test_tb");
the code above this line will be marked all of the same color and
errors are showed by TextMate... but there are not errors, the problem
here seems to be with the filter '\'' that TextMate detects like a
missing ' char.
Anybody knows how to fix such situation?
Further more I often use php HERE DOCUMENT feature so if I type
$test = <<<TEST
this should be normal html code and I would like to have it coloured
like html text and tags.
But this not happens in textmate.
Is there any way to have it coloured like html code while inside there?
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I have recently moved my work on adding MultiMarkdown support to github.
I forked the original Markdown bundle on github, and the rewrote my
changes for improved MultiMarkdown support. My project can be found:
I thought by keeping the ".tmbundle" part of the name that it would be
picked up automatically by GetBundles, but a month or more later, that
is clearly not the case.
What am I doing wrong?
Fletcher T. Penney
Today I will gladly share my experience and advice, for
there are no sweeter words than "I told you so."