I forked sql.tmbundle on github, installed it in my Bundles directory,
and started editing the syntax via the Bundle Editor. They worked,
and I committed and pushed the changes; they ended up in a .tmDelta
file, which sounds right. But a co-worker who cloned the repository
isn't able to install it; TextMate complains that info.plist is
Meanwhile, TextMate somehow deleted all BUT the info.plist and tmDelta
files. Is that normal, too? I pushed that version, but he gets the
same corruption error there. We're both on 1.5.10 (1631), OSX 10.6.8.
I mistyped my email address during purchase, and my license key was
forwarded to someone else email. I sent in requests for another license key,
but I have not received any keys yet. Would you please help me renew my
The mistyped email was csc326(a)gmail.com, and my correct email is this email(
Actually, not a newbie, been using Textmate for years but
I'm wondering about something I'm seeing that's obviously
an error or warning indicator.
OS: some flavor of Linux - someone else is hosting
Here's an example of the code
Under the string "guest0_zipcode" is dotted red/white
which I assume to be an error or warning but I have no
clue what it really means. I'm baffled, can't find it
in the manual, (or I've completely overlooked it).
I'm using about 20 other variables with the same prefix,
guest0_ (yes, that's a zero, not an OH) and none of them
have the dotted line under them.
Another tidbit - every use of the user-defined variable "zipcode"
is flagged with this indicator, e.g.
$HTTP_POST_VARS['zipcode'] . "',
Is there something magical about the word zipcode in Textmate? I'm
Anyone have any insight to what's going on?
Is it possible to disable the help-overlay for functions in the R / Rdaemon package?
(so if i start to write a function like mean( … I get a small yellow overlay window with the possible arguments etc.)
It sometimes takes really long on my machine till the overlay appears after I type a function
and during that time, I can't do anything except to wait.
Also, when I mistype a function-name, it seems like this help mechanism is searching even longer since it probably loops through all the function-names.
This half-second in which I can't do anything is kind of annoying and most of the time I don't really get important informations through this overlay window.
Hi TM users,
I've never done revision control before, and I don't know where to
start. I need something I can use on OS X, and works well with TM. If
I Google for "OS X revesion control" I get many suggestions including
Mercurial, CVS, GIT, Subversion, Bazaar.
I really have no idea where to start. I'd welcome some suggestions, or
links to documentation I should perhaps read.
Thank you for any help you can give.
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Hi, I am using Mr. Knops' excellent TM CodeBrowser plugin. It doesn't seem
to work right out of the box with my Haskell code. I know it uses the CTags
program to generate the tags, what is the best way to get the tags working
Thanks for your help,
> Is MAMP relatively similar to XAMPP?
MAMP stands for Mac, Apache, MySQL, PHP
It is an adaptation of the phrase "LAMP stack" which is Linux, Apache,
OS X has Apache and PHP built in. To turn on Apache, check Web Sharing in
the Sharing panel of System Preferences.
To turn on PHP, uncomment a line in the file /etc/apache2/httpd.conf
#LoadModule php5_module libexec/apache2/libphp5.so
LoadModule php5_module libexec/apache2/libphp5.so
For MySQL, install the package manager
and then at the terminal type:
brew install mysql
It's that easy!
>On 4 Oct 2011, at 13:46, Davide Rambaldi wrote:
>> * free open source hub: github.com , there is also a GUI for OSX
>>(personally I prefer to use the Terminal: git is simple!)
>Github has a ton of mindshare - and its a good place to work against.
>However Mercurial has BitBucket - not as well known, but its a rough
>equivalent - https://bitbucket.org/ (also appears to be a little less
>locked to one VCS).
Interesting thing with Bitbucket is they just announced Git support as