I'm on Mac OSX 10.7.3 TM 2.0 (9100).
If the text buffer begins with a combining character (diacritica) you cannot delete that character, select all also doesn't work. To reproduce it, simply open a new document, open the Character Viewer, and insert let's say a combining acute accent U+0301 or in UTF-8 CC 81, then type something, and press CMD+A to try to select all, this fails. You can delete the typed characters up to the first character.
did any of you ever come along a PVL bundle for TextMate?
PVL stands for Parameter Value Language and is used for astronomical
and planetary data headers, looking similar to this:
/* The source image data definition. */
OBJECT = UNCOMPRESSED_FILE
FILE_NAME = "PSP_002622_0945_RED_cnode26:25702.IMG"
RECORD_TYPE = FIXED_LENGTH
RECORD_BYTES = 56522 <BYTES>
FILE_RECORDS = 39152
^IMAGE = "PSP_002622_0945_RED_cnode26:25702.IMG"
OBJECT = IMAGE
DESCRIPTION = "HiRISE projected and mosaicked product"
LINES = 39152
LINE_SAMPLES = 28261
BANDS = 1
SAMPLE_TYPE = MSB_UNSIGNED_INTEGER
SAMPLE_BITS = 16
SAMPLE_BIT_MASK = 2#0000001111111111#
/* NOTE: The conversion from DN to I/F (intensity/flux) is: */
/* I/F = (DN * SCALING_FACTOR) + OFFSET */
/* I/F is defined as the ratio of the observed radiance and */
/* the radiance of a 100% lambertian reflector with the sun */
/* and camera orthogonal to the observing surface. */
SCALING_FACTOR = 9.08568311937917e-06
OFFSET = 0.0097943214240579
BAND_STORAGE_TYPE = BAND_SEQUENTIAL
I would like the bundle be able to
* color-code group starts (OBJECT = …)
* values according to their type strings and numbers
Actually, the SQL bundle does a good job of color-coding these files,
just the OBJECT emphasis and some big floating point numbers
(interestingly) are color-coded weirdly (look at SCALING FACTOR value
with the SQL bundle switched on, it's weird that the 9 is colored, but
the fractional digits are not. (Using TM2)
If there is no PVL bundle, I guess I can 'derive' from the SQL bundle
how this is done? I never created a bundle, is there any 'must-read'
tutorial on that?
I'm climbing the walls with this one:
I get this error message
Couldn't find gfortran
You must set the TM_FORTRAN variable to the full path of your Fortran compiler (e.g./usr/local/bin/gfortran). You may also set TM_FFLAGS for any Fortran compiler options.
but cannot find out anywhere how to edit the TM_FORTRAN variable. Can anyone help please ?
[ gfortran is working fine from Terminal. ]
I have some self-written Python modules that work fine in TM1, but in
TM2 the Mac System ENV PYTHONPATH does not seem to be read?
I was able to steer to my Python binary of choice using TM_PYTHON but
neither the system/GUI variable PYTHONPATH not setting of a
TM_PYTHONPATH was helping TM2 to find my own Python modules that I
added before via the PYTHON PATH.
What do I need to do to let TM2 find / read the PYTHONPATH?
In #9064 (Mac OS X 10.6.8) the selection highlight color gets more transparent (?) sometimes. After focussing TextMate 2 the color is correct, when changing to another Tab, the color changes. If you go back to your original tab it shows the same lighter color there to.
When you focus another application and go back to TextMate it shows the original (more opaque) color again.
Sorry I missed your response Allan, I set up my dead keys with a program
The first keystroke sets up a state that modifies the output of the
following keystroke (essentially each dead key you set up creates an
entirely new keyboard mapping of your choice). If the second keystroke
is not specified in the alternate mapping, the default value is used.
> Re: TM2 with dead keys
I'm using TextMate Version 2.0 (9090) and found a minor but annoying bug.
Steps to reproduce:
Open up a folder
Open two files (two tabs)
Highlight text in your current tab (should be bright highlighting)
Switch to other tab, switch back (now it will be dull highlighting)
To fix you just have to command-tab to a different app and back. Seems like
changing tabs correctly dulls the tab you are changing from, but does not
brighten the tab you are changing to. Keep up the good work!