i have an issue with TM2 and LaTex.
I've used TM1 with Skim, then i've installed TM2 and after some
modifications it was working fine.
the only remaining problem was the Sync with Skim. Every time i tried to go
back from Skim to tex file, it opened TM1.
I removed TM1 with AppCleaner (this was a mistake as i read
http://old.nabble.com/TM2-LaTeX-Woes-to32981904.html#a32984513 here )
After that i've removed TM2 and did everything the same as before.
I've installed TM1, set the path, compiled some tex file, configured Skim,
compiled tex file again.
then i've installed TM2. At first time i tried to open a tex file it asked
me like the first time to install the LaTex bundle.
After downloading 4 packages and "installing" them it opened the tex file
but the active bundle was PlainText.
In the Bundle editor i can see the LaTex but it is grayed-out.
Does anybody have an idea how to proceed?
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I saw the following in changelog
Introduce attr.file.unknown-type and attr.file.unknown-encoding. You can use this in .tm_properties files to set fileType andencoding to provide default values only for files where TextMate was unable to find the proper type/encoding (which normally results in a dialog asking the user).
But When I set it in .tm_properties as below, it doesn't work for me
anyone who is familiar with the subversion bundle, I set TM_SVN_DIFF_CMD variable, but it doesn't work.
When I set it to something just like filemerge, Textmate2 still use the native diff viewer.
> From: Jacob Bandes-Storch <jacob(a)bandes-storch.net>
> Subject: [TxMt] Some text-navigation/selection questions or requests
> Date: March 5, 2012 12:02:16 PM AKST
> To: textmate(a)lists.macromates.com
> Reply-To: TextMate users <textmate(a)lists.macromates.com>
> - With multiple selections or a selected range, pressing the up arrow key will put a single caret one line above the first selection/caret, and pressing down goes one line below the last one or the end. It would be nice to have a way to move up from the last line or down from the first line. (Perhaps a modifier to choose beginning/end and then the arrow key can dictate only which direction to move).
That sounds like a job for bookmarks. Look under the navigation menu. Put one at the top of your section, another at the end. Toggle between them using F2
The blog page at http://blog.macromates.com/2011/textmate-2-0-alpha/ points
to r8930 version, but apparently there is an r8956 according to
http://tm2tips.tumblr.com/. Some questions:
1) where to get the latest alpha? Or should I assume the latest stable
version is the r8930?
2) if I install the TM2 alpha, can I keep TM 1.5.10 around if needed? Can
I undo the TM2 install? I'm guessing that the 'mate' command changes can't
be undone so easily. (my main use of 'mate' command is during a git commit
to open the change log file)
3) In general, since I use TM for work, I'm hesitant to install TM2 alpha.
Any comments/advice about that? I would however like to try it so I can
offer my brilliant and helpful comments to Allan about it.
4) Is there a proper way to search this list? I found this:
http://old.nabble.com/textmate-users-f18157.html but the page at
http://lists.macromates.com/listinfo/textmate doesn't mention how to search
the list (though you can download each month's archives by hand).
SCFinderPlugin is not in the TM2 plugin folder. Quicksilver doesn't crash, just TM2. Also, SVN isn't involved in the crashes. Most of the files being modified are not under version control.
I'll see if I can narrow it down a bit to more exact circumstances.
(My Versions, just in case)
OS X 10.7.3, Build 1D50b
TM2, Version 2.0 (9090)
svn, version 1.6.17 (r1128011) compiled Nov 8 2011, 18:14:46
> On Feb 29, 2012, at 9:10 AM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
>> On 29/02/2012, at 03.03, Lewy wrote:
>>> I am getting a LOT of crashes (TM2) when working with files in the project sidebar (right name?). Even things like rename a file, or add a file to favorites will crash TM2. What's interesting is that the crash occurs AFTER the work is done. When I reopen TM2, the file has been renamed or whatever I was trying to do.
>>> I can supply the crash log to whomever wants it along with a specific case.
>> I don’t think this is normal — my hunch is that there is an issue with the Subversion SCM driver and your working copies, since a) your other post suggest some incompatibility, and b) the SCM code runs after file system changes, which seems to be when you get the crash.
>> For now you can try run w/o subversion and see if you get any crashes.
>> I will see your crashes later (unless you disabled submission).
> Possibly unrelated, but SCFinderPlugin causes Quicksilver to crash. If that’s installed, it could be the problem.
> Rob McBroom
I have created a wiki page for Project Management under TM2, you can find it here:
I wrote Project Management rather than Projects since Allen does not intend to add projects to the 2.0 release (and quite possibly also not at a later date). So my intention was to collect
(1) suggestions on how to improve the file pane,
(2) how to replicate/adapt the workflow for people who have previously used projects and
(3) reasons why the filesystem-centric approach is not suited to meet their needs.
I'd be happy if other people contribute and add suggestions. Perhaps it can become a handy tool for Allen to collect useful feedback.