the Matlab bundle does not correctly deal with the ' character as a
I have this line in a matlab file:
time = (-L_TEMPLATE/2+1/2:L_TEMPLATE/2-1/2)'; % time vector [samples]
and everything after this line is marked as being a string, because '
is recognized as string-open, I guess?
Does anybody know how to make this work better?
I've got a shell script that I tried to make a little more readable with
ANSI color. It works when I run it from the command line, but when I have
it open in TM2 (and 1) and press Cmd-R, the script executes but I get no
For simplicity, I tried it with a very simple script:
In Terminal, I get a red "hello". In TM, I get
Seems like some kind of escaping thing going on; can anyone point me in the
right direction? I've tried a number of variations, including using print
and echo (with -e and w/o), but I get essentially the same results.
Does any one know how to disable the display of <CR> in a grey box when opening a file with different line endings. I don't want to resave the file with 'correct' line endings.
Maybe it should be tied into Show Invisibles menu command?
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I wrote a very simple bundle to run Python, PHP, Ruby, Bash scripts in Terminal.app without stealing focus from the TextMate window. I.e. you press Cmd + Shift + R, Terminal gets updated in background and you can keep writing code in TextMate.
More information and download:
It's very easy to add support for more languages.
Hope someone will find it useful.
Eugene / Dae
I'm working on a Ruby script in TextMate 2 and all of a sudden I'm seeing the end of my files disappear and inserted midline is ">>>>>>> External Changes" and from there on everything is deleted. The only thing that I've knowingly changed is I've started to use Bookmarks. Therefore Cmd-F2 and shift-F2.
I use TextMate mostly with LaTeX projects.
I've noticed that since at least the last two builds of TextMate, using command + ], the command which raises the indentation level (i. e. the keyboard shortcut for »Shift Right« from the Text menu) actually lowers it (it Shifts Left). If I select the Shift Right item from the Text menu, it works just fine.
Is the LaTeX package to blame here? Or is it a weird bug in TextMate 2? How can I trace the problem?
Thanks a lot!
I've been using TM2 for a year now, mostly for Haskell, C, and Go development.
Recently, I've transitioned my LaTeX workflow to TM2 (from TeXShop; I never used TM1 for LaTeX) and am noticing a problem.
In a LaTeX document in TM2, if I invoke my hotkey for Mekentosj Papers' citation feature, and try to insert a citekey, it instead inserts the _previous_ contents of my clipboard (whatever I'd previously copied).
In any other application I have tested this in (Terminal, Mail, Sublime 2, TextEdit... I no longer have TM1 on my system) this works as expected.