TextMate 2 beta 3 seems to be crashing after compiling latex code a couple
of times after upgrading to Yosemite. I've tried a few different latex
files, which worked before Yosemite. I compile two or three times, and
Textmate closes and sends a crash report:
I'm on TeXlive 2014, but this happened before upgrading from TeXlive 2013.
Would anyone know what is going on?
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> Subject: [TxMt] Re: Lost file when didn't have permission to write.
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> On 31 Oct 2014, at 1:03, Greg wrote:
>> I?m writing Ruby scripts for a Raspberry Pi (RPi) using TextMate
>> v2.0-beta.1. The RPi is on my network and I?m accessing the files
>> via Transmit (OS X FTP GUI program). From Transmit I open, edit and
>> save the files. However I just opened the ReadMe.tm created by GitHub,
>> did some editing, saved and closed. I hadn?t seen that I had
>> received a notice from Transmit that I didn?t have permissions to
>> modify the file, but the changes were gone (RPi is slow).
> TextMate tells Transmit that the file has closed, it does not remove it
> (this would be done by Transmit). It also does not know, that Transmit
> is unable to upload the file.
> So I don?t think TextMate can really do anything better here.
Afraid of that.
Thanks for responding.
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