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
Could someone point me to the current instructions on finding and
installing bundles on TextMate 1 please?
I have a copy on GetBundles installed under ~/Library/Application
Support/TextMate/Bundles (dated 6 Dec 2008) but that seems to (mainly)
thing happens for other bundles.
If I attempt to update GetBundles via GetBundles, I get an error
dialogue saying ``It seems that the bundle "GetBundles"
has been already installed under versioning control (svn) Please update
that bundle manually or remove/rename it and use "GetBundles" to
install'' --- the help (question mark) button on GetBundles
I suspect I'm suffering from installing TextMate on multiple machines
``decay'' and need to rediscover the correct way of doing things. I
suspect I installed GetBundles with the following commands in terminal
mkdir -p ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Bundles
svn co http://svn.textmate.org/trunk/Review/Bundles/GetBundles.tmbundle/
osascript -e 'tell app "TextMate" to reload bundles'
(these were from https://gist.github.com/2722805 and
I have TextMate version 1.5.11 (1633) installed on Mac OS X 10.7.4
Given the following ruby script:
…and that I'm setting TM_RUBY = "/Users/myname/.rvm/bin/ruby-1.9.3-p0@primes" in the .tm_properties for the project, hitting Cmd-R in the script window shows 1.8.7. Running it from the command-line shows the expected 1.9.3.
Does anybody know what's going on here? It would be lovely to be able to use TM2 with different projects using rvm, and have everything Just Work :)
[Ideally, TM2 should detect that rvm is being used and get the ruby and gemset from the project's .rvmrc, if supplied, or from rvm's defaults otherwise. Even better if the following sequence 'rvm use 1.8.7 --default; rvm use 1.9.3; mate foo' would pick up 1.9.3 from the shell's env rather than using the default.]
Minutes ago Textmate did an automatic update to Version 1.5.11 (1633)
This has caused the highlighting in HTML, CSS, JS documents to stop working.
Please advise on how to either restore the highlight feature or how to rollback to
previous Textmate version.
steven j steele
When I press ctrl+K in TM2, it kills (i.e., deletes) the line the cursor is on. When I press it a second time, it won't kill the line it now falls on. I think this has been true for all the versions of TM2 (mine is currently 9113).
I haven't seen this problem reported. Is anyone else experiencing this?
On my new MBP, TextMate 2 displays horizontal black lines. Selecting
the text in the are makes them go away, but they are very annoying.
Founder / CSA
Forgive me of this has been asked before, for I'm sure it has, but I must have missed it. I tried using TM2 briefly, but I could not find a way to import my existing custom bundles from TM to it.
Specifically, I have a custom syntax grammar file that I would like to use. How do I add it to TM2?
Thanks in advance.
Sent from my iPhone
in TM1 the keyboard shortcut ctrl+esc would bring up a free floating version of the Bundles item in the menu bar which was really nice for accessing bundle commands just with the keyboard. I have not been able to recreate this behavior in TM2, am I right in assuming that it is completely gone (which afaic would be a shame)?