Are there any signs of this being fixed? In combination with several
other apps' messages, this causes my logs to rotate much quicker than I'd
like. I get 90 or so of the following on every launch of TextMate:
"TextMate: NSDocumentController Info.plist warning: The values of
CFBundleTypeRole entries must be 'Editor', 'Viewer', 'None', or 'Shell'."
I'm running TextMate 1.5.10 (1631) on OS X 10.7.4.
Because of the excellent rmate, I took a dive and tried to switch
completely to TM2 today. It took some time to selectively migrate my
old config (spring cleaning!) but most things now work correctly.
Thanks for the great update! (yeah it's been a while but I hope it's
still nice to hear)
One thing I cannot get to work is the following:
I had a simple snippet which inserted " <- " with a tab trigger that
was "=" (this allowed me to type =TAB and get the preferred syntax for
assignation in the R language, nicely spaced out). This worked in TM1
for any = sign but does not work in TM2 when there is no space between
the = sign and the preceding word. For example, in TM1:
foo=TAB gave "foo <- "
foo =TAB gave "foo <- "
foo=TAB gives "foo= "
foo =TAB gives "foo <- "
I suspect this comes from what TM considers as a "word". Is there any
way I can get the old behaviour back?
Thanks in advance,
I don't know if it's associated to the last TextMate's update (related to
Apple developer ID signature) or was just a coincidence, but since
yesterday the syntax coloring for PHP files stopped to work. I've noted
that some other features like quote completion (when I write a single or
double quote, the end quote not appear automatically) also failed.
There is someone with the same problem or is just me?
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This behavior has been broken since TM2 came out (still broken in 9113). Hopefully, the line kill will return eventually. I've had to modify my own behavior to account for some of the changes, but this one is hard for me to drop...
> Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2012 13:29:42 -0400
> From: Kyle Johnson <kbj(a)linguist.umass.edu>
> To: textmate(a)lists.macromates.com
> Subject: [TxMt] kill
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> 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?
> No, I don't see this problem here (os 10.7 and TM2 9113).
9113? Where did you get it from, the nighlty build has been stuck to
9090 on my machine for weeks, if not months. Is the build check broken
I sometimes make modifications to a language file in one of my bundles. I
make the changes in TextMate 1, check them into a git repo, then I pull the
changes into my Avian bundles directory. Sometimes, but not always, if I
do this while TM2 is running it causes TM2 to crash.
On a positive note, the times that it does not crash, TM2 detects the
changes and open files reflect the change immediately.
I guess since you guys get the reports, you may already be aware of this,
but I wanted to report it since it has happened more than once.
Just started encountering a problem with quotation marks, single
quotation marks, and certain words while editing HTML with TextMate
1.5.10 on OSX 10.7.
To demonstrate, I've pasted dummy text with a single quotation mark
and certain words within a paragraph (see attached). Seems TextMate is
treating the single quotation mark as a prime and adjusts syntax
highlighting accordingly. Everything renders fine in the browser, but
this makes editing code very difficult.
On a different machine, I've opened the same HTML file in TextMate
1.5.10 on OSX 10.7 and everything is working perfectly fine.
Any help greatly appreciated!
I renamed a folder in my project which resulted in the folder being removed from
my index requiring me to <Add Existing Files..> it in my TM drawer. However,
that doesn't persist, and I have to re-add it quite frequently. Is there a way
to add this folder back permanently?
On Jun 16, 2012, at 8:00 AM, textmate-request(a)lists.macromates.com wrote:
> On 16 Jun 2012, at 04:04, Noah Daniels wrote:
>> But, the new Retina Display macbook pros are the sort of disruptive technology release that makes a reasonably up to date app like TextMate 2 instantly look old, due to the text rendering resolution. I haven't myself investigated how much work it is to support Retina displays, but I would hope that Allen is working on this. Is there any progress on Retina display support for TM2?
> I don't think you have anything to worry about:
> The only part of the UI that doesn't scale gracefully are the fixed-resolution icons used for various elements, and they're hardly noticeable (at least compared to most legacy applications).
Yeah, I'm not worried about the icons; I never use them as I rely entirely on keyboard bindings anyways. Sorry for raising a false alarm. :)
First off, let me say that I've really been enjoying Textmate 2 for the last 6 months. I've established a highly productive set of customized key bindings for my work in Haskell, LaTeX, Ruby, and C.
But, the new Retina Display macbook pros are the sort of disruptive technology release that makes a reasonably up to date app like TextMate 2 instantly look old, due to the text rendering resolution. I haven't myself investigated how much work it is to support Retina displays, but I would hope that Allen is working on this. Is there any progress on Retina display support for TM2?
(I should note that similar clamor exists for Sublime, but that Chocolat now supports Retina displays).
(TM user since 2005)