Hi LaTeX users,
I'm working some more on the Typeset and View command, we are going to replace the default command that currently ships with TextMate. But I need some information. What process are TextMate's LaTeX users following for building their documents? I'm sure most of you are using bibtex, but what about other things like makeindex? Has everyone moved to a pure pdf-based process, or are some of you still using dvi/postscript? What are you using for pictures? Anything you can tell me will help.
I would also *love* example documents along with the expected output. This will aid in testing, and ensure that your particular process will be supported!
I had the same problem as described in a post from Sebastian on
Here is my error output:
Running bibtex on Exjobb (ny).tex
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/Users/peeter/Peeterprogram/
texMate.py", line 457, in texStatus, isFatal, numErrs, numWarns =
run_bibtex(texfile=fileName) File "/Users/peeter/Peeterprogram/
texMate.py", line 71, in run_bibtex return stat,fatal,err,warn
UnboundLocalError: local variable 'stat' referenced before assignment
It seems that it had to do with the parentheses in my filename messing
up the regexes.
My solution was to change lines 71 and 72 in Textmate.app/Contents/
SharedSupport/Bundles/Latex.tmbundle/Support/bin/texMate.py as follows:
# auxfiles = [f for f in os.listdir('.') if re.search('.aux
$',f) > 0]
# auxfiles = [f for f in auxfiles if re.match(r'('+ basename +
auxfiles = [f for f in os.listdir('.') if re.search('.aux$',f)
> 0 and (f.startswith(basename) or re.match(r'bu\d+\.aux', f))]
This works, at least for me.
Or have I messed something else up in the process?
Reading this: http://blog.macromates.com/2009/interactive-input/
Did the steps:
> cd /Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Support/lib/
> svn export http://svn.textmate.org/trunk/Support/lib/tm_interactive_input.dylib@11735
When I press ⌘R on a simple python script using:
variable = raw_input()
... it still fails like this:
EOF Error: 'EOF when reading a line'
Making a simple Ruby program, I got similar error:
TypeError: can't convert nil into String
The comments to the blog post seems to stray somewhat from the topic,
so I couldn't figure out if there was something I was supposed to do
TM is really on of the best text editors, however, there is two
issues unresolved for (the) years (of SL) now.
Issue one is TextMate's spelling behaviour, i.e., the automatic
detection of the language of a written paragraph, see here:
TM does not detect the language I am typing in, perhaps because it
uses a non-Apple document window. Anyway, always changing the
system language to get correct spell check on the fly (as
suggested in the thread) could hardly be a working solution. In
addition, quite often I write source documents in various
languages, e.g. English and German, and that makes a "one language
per document" unusable.
There has also been an issue with an advanced print dialogue (but
I cannot remember the posting). It is quite nice that TM adds
headers and footers, however, TM does not print coloured syntax,
and leaving a margin of about 1cm makes the printout unusable for
punching and filing. In addition, 11pt Monaco is quite good on my
screen but printing in that font size is rather a waste of space
on the page. Of course, I know, that one may produce a html
(nicely coloured, indeed), open that one in, say, Firefox, and
print the html page.
Anyway, I was wondering if there is any progress on these two
points, first, to get the apple multilingual spell check working,
second, to provide TM with a print preference to set things like
font, colours, and margins.
Sascha Vieweg, saschaview(a)gmail.com
I need to remove textmate but I don't see any information on how to remove
it so I can re-install it again with a version we got internally, could
anyone please send me some instructions?
If some variable starts with "C", the whole line which contains that
variable and where it at the very first place highlighted as comment. I
suppose it comes from old F77 style, where C denotes comment, but it's
not necessary now. Is there any way to fix it? My current way-around is
to put single space before that variable, but in this case overall code
doesn't look as nice as before.
This is my first post here. And I'm so sorry to have a so dummy start
I'd like to use TextMate to write Plain TeX (not LaTeX!) papers but I can't
figure out how to do it.
Anyone willing to help me?
Many thanks in advance.
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I think I might have asked this one a few years ago, or perhaps on IRC, not sure, but is there a way to get TextMate (or any app for that matter) to use DigitalColor Meter as opposed to color picker?
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