I am running Beta3 with Yosemite and have issues with the latex bundle.
First, I have it configured to use pdflatex and open in Skim while displaying the command output in a separate window.
When I “Typeset and View” (CMD-R), it takes upwards of 5 seconds for anything to happen on a core i7 macbook pro (it initially brought up a dialog stating it was searching for Ruby 1.8, which took about 20-25 secs). Once the command output window appears, everything happens as normal very quickly with the final document appearing in Skim.
If I close Skim, close the command output window, then press CMD-R again, it still takes 4-5 seconds to begin before generating the document. If I close the command output window more than 2 two times, the next time I bring TextMate to the front, it will crash. It states that it is submitting the crash reports, but I can submit one of them to Allan directly if he desires (see main snippet below).
Anyone else have problems with the latex bundle: slow response and crashing TextMate?
Crashed Thread: 0 Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
Exception Codes: EXC_I386_GPFLT
Application Specific Information:
Key equivalent ‘@w’.
Performing @selector(_close:) from sender _NSThemeCloseWidget 0x608000389240
Thread 0 Crashed:: Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
Theres a feature in TM to automatically keep bundles updated
How does this work exactly?
Is it just for the default bundles, and theres some web service on the TM
I'm wondering if I can hook into it somehow and have my third party
git-based bundles updated also
building latest textmate after a long time, I am hitting this error:
$ ninja TextMate
[9/36] Run test ‘/Users/dusek/build/TextMate/Frameworks/network/test_network’…
FAILED: /Users/dusek/build/TextMate/Frameworks/network/test_network && touch /Users/dusek/build/TextMate/Frameworks/network/test_network.run
test_network: 1 of 1 test failed:
/Users/dusek/Documents/Projects/Contribute/textmate/Frameworks/network/tests/t_download.cc:58: Expected (network::download(network::request_t(url, &myFilter, NULL), &error) == 200), found (0 != 200)
[9/36] Run test ‘/Users/dusek/build/TextMate/Frameworks/SoftwareUpdate/test_SoftwareUpdate’…
FAILED: /Users/dusek/build/TextMate/Frameworks/SoftwareUpdate/test_SoftwareUpdate && touch /Users/dusek/build/TextMate/Frameworks/SoftwareUpdate/test_SoftwareUpdate.run
test_SoftwareUpdate: 5 of 6 tests failed:
/Users/dusek/Documents/Projects/Contribute/textmate/Frameworks/SoftwareUpdate/tests/t_sw_update.cc:64: Expected (err == "Extracting archive."), found ("Failed to connect to localhost port 64762: Connection refused" != "Extracting archive.")
/Users/dusek/Documents/Projects/Contribute/textmate/Frameworks/SoftwareUpdate/tests/t_sw_update.cc:73: Expected (err == "Extracting archive."), found ("Failed to connect to localhost port 64762: Connection refused" != "Extracting archive.")
/Users/dusek/Documents/Projects/Contribute/textmate/Frameworks/SoftwareUpdate/tests/t_sw_update.cc:82: Expected (err == "Bad signature."), found ("Failed to connect to localhost port 64762: Connection refused" != "Bad signature.")
/Users/dusek/Documents/Projects/Contribute/textmate/Frameworks/SoftwareUpdate/tests/t_sw_update.cc:91: Expected (err == "Bad signature."), found ("Failed to connect to localhost port 64762: Connection refused" != "Bad signature.")
/Users/dusek/Documents/Projects/Contribute/textmate/Frameworks/SoftwareUpdate/tests/t_sw_update.cc:109: Expected (err == NULL_STR), found ("Failed to connect to localhost port 64762: Connection refused" != "")
ninja: build stopped: subcommand failed.
I tried ninja network/coerce and ninja SoftwareUpdate/coerce and they do skip the relevant tests, but these choices do not persist and after running ninja TextMate again, I hit the same failures.
System: Xcode 6.0.1 (i.e. 10.9 SDK) running on Yosemite DP8 (14A361c), happens even on a totally clean rebuild (git clean -xffd; git reset --hard HEAD; rm -rf ~/build/TextMate/; ./configure && ninja)
Is there please anything I can do to make TextMate compile?
OS X has support for auto save and reverting to older file versions since Lion.
Are there any plans to support this in TextMate?
Is it hard to implement or there’s some other reason why it’s not supported?
Maybe it’s just not on the priority list?
I'm currently adding gutter mark support to the RSpec bundle. It works,
but marks set by the SCM Diff Gutter bundle seem to take precedence: If
I try to set an error mark in a line thats already marked as “changed”,
it isn't visible. How could that be solved?
I use TextMate primarily for its Latex bundle. My pdf viewer is Skim. Everything I use is up to date, including my system and TextMate 2 revision. Something has changed in the last two weeks which slows my work flow. I normally use command-tab to switch between TM and Skim. I do this many times a day. But now, each time I return to TM, my active file is no longer the focus. I cannot even find it by cycling around with command-'. Instead, I have to go to Window in the TM menu to find it. The file seems to be in a different place altogether from the rest of my files, as everything slides to the left to make space for it. Furthermore, the menu bar becomes hidden. I do not want the menu bar to disappear. I would like to return to the way things were. It was clean and simple.
p.s. I apologize if I am not using the correct language.
„Recent Projects” (correctly) includes my local copy of “RSpec.tmbundle”
– but if I double click to open it TextMate tries to install the bundle
and gives me a “The bundle RSpec is already installed” dialog. (Same for
using enter instead of double clicking.)
Only a minor nuisance of course, but maybe it can be fixed easily?
I’d like to have a way to disable autoclosing of overflow tabs. I know it has been asked before and explained why it works this way.
My problem is that closed tabs also loose undo-history so even if it’s easy to reopen them for me it’s not a solution. Of course I’m open to any other solution for the undo-history problem.