I have installed the two R bundles (Rapp and Rconsole) but I cannot
get the syntax highlighting to work. I made sure that the filetypes
field in the language grammar has 'R' and 'r' in addition to the
'Rcon' it already had. Still, highlighting does not work.
Can anyone offer any suggestions?
I seem to have lost the super-useful select line shortcut (shift-cmd-L). I notice that the shortcut does not appear alongside the menu item for select line either. Any idea why this has happened, and more importantly, how to restore it?
I've installed Racket from the official page and I have the racket bundle.
After some mucking about with the path and setting TM_SCHEME_INTERPRETER the
run command stopped erroring in executor and *seems* to run.
However, its output is set to show as tooltip and prints out a bunch of
html, so I changed that to show as html to get the usual output window.
Unfortunately there's no output.
I ran racket < file.scm in terminal and that produced the correct output on
stdout, which as far as I know is what it should do for executor to work
Anyone know how to get this working?
I generally do not use the .txt extension .. presuming it to be text. This is likely a Bad Habit due to README's, shell scripts, and notes etc but seems relatively harmless.
But recently I've started using things like Dropbox and other internet facilities that really get upset about this. (BTW: I'd love a good iPad text editor .. any good ideas?) So it seems I'll have to start adding the .txt extension, sigh.
One annoyance in textmate is that this makes the tabs larger and hang off the end.
So I guess there really are two questions:
- Specifically: Is there a way to have textmate not show the extensions?
- Generally: Am I right that I'm doomed to .txt usage?
I am pretty sure I just pinned this down to TM. If I work in TM,
save, then command-tab to a browser, there is significant lag from the
time it will switch to the browser, or, at times, even bring up the
application tab switcher.
If I do not save, the toggle is fast, so it seems to be something to
do with leaving TM, where it is not letting me leave as fast as other
I have tried toggling back and forth between other apps, and the
behavior is speedy. Any idea what is going on, and how to solve it?
These are simple files, single files, that have a hundred lines or so
in them, nothing complicated at all.
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I updated OSX to 10.6.6 and now textmate won't start at all. I start it from
the dock, it just bounces and stops. Starting from command line, like 'mate
.' it just sits there and does nothing, no error output, nothing. Nothing in
the Console app either.
It was all working fine before I did the osx 10.6.6 update last weekend.
Have anyone else had this problem, and what did you do to fix it?
I'm looking at the many iPad text editors and wonder which would work best with textmate. I would prefer also to use Dropbox, so compatibility with DB would be a plus. I currently use Textmate + Dropbox across a mini and a MBP and the sync feature is really nice.
Problems with iPad that I've seen discussed is that they may force CR/LF, or do not handle UTF-8 correctly (scrambling characters), or match Windows users better than Mac.
So I thought I'd see if any of of us textmate folk have found a good match.
I'm trying to get TM to work with the viewsourcewith addon for Firefox
(found here https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/394/ ) . I
have mate installed at /usr/local/bin/mate . I'd like to be able to
jump from the Firefox error console to the correct line in my open TM
The viewsourcewith addon asks for the path and parameter. I've given
my path as /usr/local/bin/mate and the parameter as $f . This indeed
opens TM, but it does not take me to the line referenced in the error
console. Suggestions would be appreciated. Thanx.
I am trying to change the "Make" Bundle's "Run" command. I create projects
in folders and I want to execute an executable (in my case, I am writing
apps with the extension .prg for a Commodore 64 to be run inside an
Currently, I am using a line like this:
The problem is I don't want the apps to all be called myapp.prg. What I
would like is something more like:
open "$TM_PROJECT_DIRECTORY".sub( /(.*)?\/(.*)$/, "\1/\2\2.prg" )
(I don't actually know Ruby but I used an online ruby regex explorer).
Translated, this means that I want to use the last component of
TM_PROJECT_DIRECTORY as the filename, appended to the directory and then
append .prg to the end of that.
I tried the code below:
require ENV["TM_SUPPORT_PATH"] + "/lib/tm/executor"
TM_RUN = "open "+ENV['TM_PROJECT_DIRECTORY'].gsub( /(.*)?\/(.*)$/,
flags = ""
TextMate::Executor.run(TM_RUN, flags, :verb => "Running") do |line, type|
This didn't work. 2 Things are wrong. 1) the regex replace didn't work - I
am guessing that the return from ENV isn't something you can call .sub on?
-- and 2) the Executor.run says it wants the path added to the path variable
(I know that by feeding it a hard-coded line to an existing .prg file).
Can someone maybe help me figure out how to make this go?
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Having trouble running the "new" TextMate bundle with a LaTeX file that worked via the old (or current, stable) bundle and (now) works on the command line. Here's a bit of the log:
> This is pdfTeX, Version 3.1415926-1.40.10 (TeX Live 2009) (format=pdflatex 2009.11.7) 6 AUG 2010 11:43
> entering extended mode
> file:line:error style messages enabled.
> **"/Users/cturner/Documents/BIZ/Personal/Resume, etc./Resume-2009/resume20090628.tex"
> (/Users/cturner/Documents/BIZ/Personal/Resume, etc./Resume-2009/resume20090628.tex
> LaTeX2e <2009/09/24>
> Package: ifxetex 2009/01/23 v0.5 Provides ifxetex conditional
> * XeTeX is required to compile this document.
> * Sorry!
> \RequireXeTeX ...********************************}
My document uses XeLaTex and has this as its first line:
> %!TEX TS-program = xelatex
So I imagine my problem is that XeLaTeX isn't getting run.
My default engine in Preferences is "xelatex" so, being a noobie, I'm not sure what else to do to tell the bundle my desires.
Any help greatly appreciated!