Lets say I¹m in an R file and I type ³todo² + tab, the TODO bundle inserts
I want to be able to type ³todoc² + tab, and have this inserted:
# TODO code
Or, ³todoe²+ tab, and have this inserted:
# TODO edit
How can I edit the TODO bundle to be able to do this?
sorry if I missed it somewhere, but what is the best way to report bugs/feature requests in TextMate? Will the github issues come back? Or is still the best way for some user who wants to report accessibility bugs to write to the textmate mailing list? Or to the textmate-dev mailing list?
Version 9539 on Mavericks 10.9.2
If you try to log out (shift command Q) when textmate has an unsaved window, then after you have been prompted to save the window you cannot quit textmate (menu item is greyed out) so have to use force quit of textmate to be able to log out.
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sorry that I not entirely followed this issue, but on
MacOSX 10.7.5 - TM 2.0-alpha.9537 - git version 18.104.22.168 - Git bundle from Apr 17 2014
I get the following error message:
sh: line 1: 28803 Abort trap: 6 "$TM_SCM_COMMIT_WINDOW" --diff-cmd '/usr/bin/git,diff,HEAD,--' --action-cmd "M,D:Revert,/Users/bibiko/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Managed/Bundles/Git.tmbundle/Support/gateway/commit_dialog_helper.rb,revert" --action-cmd "?:Delete,/Users/bibiko/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Managed/Bundles/Git.tmbundle/Support/gateway/commit_dialog_helper.rb,delete" --status M xyz\ foo.txt 2> /dev/console
Using git in the Terminal works.
The other day, I was trying to bind the "remove trailing whitespace from
all lines" to a keyboard shortcut that was evidently already bound to
"delete whatever is selected with extreme prejudice". In doing so, I
deleted the "remove trailing whitespace" item from the Text bundle.
How can I recover the item?
I have installed the SCSS bundle.
When I save the .scss file, nothing happens in the related .css file - I'm
not getting any errors either.
Compass is watching in the background, and is confirming each 'overwrite'.
I'm using the following gems:
ruby 2.1.0p0 (2013-12-25 revision 44422)
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In the past couple updates the functionality of using ⌃← and ⌃→ seems to have broken.
It used to move by sub words so in ruby if the cursor was at the end of a variable called: an_example, ⌃← would move the cursor right after the underscore. ⌃⌫ still works though, which will delete in everything after the underscore.
I updated to 2.0-alpha.9531 today and just noticed this weird behavior
in my SCM Status pane, not sure if it's just me.
I'm working on a git project that has some modified files and some new
untracked files. If I press Go, SCM Status to show the Uncommited
Changes, no files show up in the Uncommited Changes section. If I
press Bundles, Git, Show Uncommited Changes, the files and its changes
show up on the new window as expected.
Untracked items show up in the pane as expected.
Any help will be appreciated. I know I didn't Revert to Defaults
(yet) but I wanted to ask before losing any customizations.