It would be nice if the size of the editor was used when opening new windows instead of the size of the overall window. To put it another way, the editing view should be the same size whether then new window contains a file browser or not.
That’s it. Thanks.
When I inadvertently attempt to drag-copy with no text selected, TextMate 2 segfaults. I believe this is a regression, as it was not doing it until I updated to the nightly build. Otherwise its been spectacular!
John M Colanduoni
I am working on a language grammar. I would like to include repository rules from a different language. I have tried including the language itself at the top of my grammar and then including the rule in necessary place in my grammar but it does not appear to work. I am hoping that there is a syntax for doing this and I just haven't discovered it yet. If anyone can point me in the right direction I would appreciate it!
I know this is in the FAQ, but I was hoping there's some kind of workaround. When the file browser has more than a few files visible, TextMate slows to a crawl. I thought it might have something to do with the SCM badge feature, but after moving my project's .git directory to another location, the problem is still there. Is there anything I can do to make TextMate more usable? Thanks,
I've been using a little script to add Favorites from the command line, and thought I'd release it on the off-chance that someone else might find it useful. If you don't, no hard feelings. :)
The script is here: https://gist.github.com/855b631ccd82cac4b81e
Michael Granger <ged(a)FaerieMUD.org>
Rubymage, Architect, Believer
The FaerieMUD Consortium <http://FaerieMUD.org/>
Is it possible to force Textmate 2 to always open files in a new tab (as
opposed to a new window)? I call the mate command a lot and I always have a
bunch of windows to deal with. I know about "Merge All Windows", but it's an
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the Tomorrow night flavour of Chris Kempson’s tomorrow-theme
It’s a great family that works well across apps and languages.
his is here
avian has a version here
I’ve got a tm2 bundle forked here
On 24 May 2012, at 11:04 AM, David Howden <dhowden(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Which theme are you using there? I don't recognise it (trying to make a collection!)
> On Thu, May 24, 2012 at 10:48 AM, Timothy Bates <timothy.c.bates(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Seems like just set language to python, then hit command R for run
> (other options you can see under “Python” in the bundles menu
> On 24 May 2012, at 10:30 AM, Bill Gibson <aemq000(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> I would like to run a simple python program in Textmate
>> name = raw_input('What is your name?\n')
>> print 'Hi, %s.' % name
>> Is this possible?
>> Bill Gibson
>> John Converse Professor of Economics
>> Burlington, VT 05405
>> On the web: www.uvm.edu/~wgibson
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