hi there - I'm taking a Ruby class and have been using TM to code in and I'm having an issue with TM prompting me every 5-10min or so that there's 'another application' modifying my Ruby file and asking me if I want to revert or keep.
I've had this happen before when I've been simultaneously editing a file with both Coda or DW and TM, but in this case the file isn't open in any other app - except Ruby I suppose...
anyway - it's annoying and I'm wondering if it's some kind of auto-save built into Ruby and whether I can switch if off or whatever.
PS - love using TM for Ruby (as with everything else) - but just curious, the default Language for a .rb file seems to be Ruby on Rails rather than just plain Ruby - any reason for that? doesn't seem to matter much since the scope selector works just fine - I'm just curious.
I use find in project frequently but I cant find how to set the text in the
search dialog without either typing it or copy and pasting.
In Eclipse for example if you select a word in the editor and then initiate
a find, the selected word will automatically be in the search dialog.
Im sure you must be able to do something like this but I cant figure out
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I get this error message in xcode debug panel when I build and run just a sample xcode project:
2011-02-01 17:03:30.237 TextApp[14096:a0f] NSKeyBindingManager: Bad key binding atom for '^⌘E' = 'editInTextMate:'
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I have a basic command that when files of certain types are dragged to the editor window, the path is shown as a snippet in the form of file:///path/to/file.
I want to make the above snippet to be a "live" hyper link, e.g. by clicking it the file is opened by the corresponding application. Is it possible?
Thank you in advance.