Found it. A snippet in another language bundle (KSP, recently added) was causing it.
I didn't know that snippets all bundles are simultaneously active. Is this norma behaviour or is this a bug or configuration option?
On May 15, 2014, at 9:28, Bruno Degazio <lifemusic(a)sympatico.ca> wrote:
> Whenever I type a ':' (colon) character Textmate automatically inserts an equals sign. At first I thought something changed in my language bundle (Forth) but this happens with any language bundle active. I've turned off the Auto-pairing option in Preferences, and I am not using any form of auto-completion (to my knowledge), but it without remedying the problem. Needless to say this paring of characters is a nuisance in Forth, where I frequently want to write a colon on its own, without the equal-sign.
> Can anyone suggest where else I should look to turn this off? I'm in Textmate 1.5.11
> thanks in advance
> - bruno
> Bruno Degazio
> Professor, Faculty of Arts, Animation and Design
> Sheridan College
Whenever I type a ':' (colon) character Textmate automatically inserts an equals sign. At first I thought something changed in my language bundle (Forth) but this happens with any language bundle active. I've turned off the Auto-pairing option in Preferences, and I am not using any form of auto-completion (to my knowledge), but it without remedying the problem. Needless to say this paring of characters is a nuisance in Forth, where I frequently want to write a colon on its own, without the equal-sign.
Can anyone suggest where else I should look to turn this off? I'm in Textmate 1.5.11
thanks in advance
Professor, Faculty of Arts, Animation and Design
I have some issues creating new files in the file browser. When I create a file (CMD+SHIFT+N) and start typing the filename quite often it reverts to untitled after a few milliseconds and I have restart typing.
See attached gif for a screen recording.
Anyone else experiencing this problem?
I have a question/suggestion for further TextMate 2 development. Why does it open a new tab for every single file you open in the file browser? If you're working on a large project where you actually edit only several files at the time but you need to peek into other files from time to time as well (usually as a one-time look), the tab bar gets full very quickly and it's almost impossible to find there the file you're looking for. I find myself using file browser most of the time and it's not very comfortable with large projects where you have to scroll up and down through the tree. Why doesn't it behave for example like Chocolat app or Sublime Text where one click in the file browser opens the file without opening a tab and double click or file modification create a tab? At least an option in the Preferences would be absolutely lovely!! What do you think?
I recently upgraded my Mac mini from Snow Leopard to Mountain Lion and TextMate 1 to TextMate 2, so I'n new to TM2 and might be missing something obvious.
Before upgerading, I used Git only from the command line and the SourceTree GUI, but now I want to start using it directy from TextMate.
At the command line, `which git` will give me /usr/bin/git, so that's what what I entered as TM_GIT in TextMate's preference pane.
"Show Uncommitted Changes" in TextMate's git bundle will show the correct files (i.e. those that I changed), "Commit..." will give me the correct list of files to commit. But when I enter a commit message and hit the commit button, nothing happens.
No error message appears, but the files won't be committed, i.e. both TextMate and SourceTree will still show them as "modified".
So what am I doing wrong?
Are there any other dependencies I have to install? Any more settings I have to change?
I am using TextMate 2.0-alpha.9543 on Mac Os 10.9.2
I need to use Octave, and I saw that a Matlab/Octave bundle is already installed. This bundle, however, does not seem to work. It does not recognize the open Octave session in the terminal, so I cannot send the script to it.
I noticed that the version of the bundle is actually the one developed by a certain “Matt Foster”. On the source forge page for the bundle the latest version has been updated something like 5 years ago.
I then tried to install a newer bundle, developed by a certain “Sebastian Shöps”, which seems to be more up to date.
I cloned the git repository in ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles (I had to create the “Bundles” dir) but I did not see any way to use such bundle.
I tried to clone it in the /Applications/TextMate/Contents/SharedSupport/Bundles” directory, but that did not work as well.
With “it did not work” I mean that I did not find any way to select to use that bundle rather than the default one.
As a side note, I tried to delete the default bundle with the command
defaults read com.macromates.textmate OakBundleManagerDeletedBundles
but that command returns:
2014-05-08 15:32:04.460 defaults[4742:507]
The domain/default pair of (com.macromates.textmate, OakBundleManagerDeletedBundles) does not exist
It seems that the support page of textmate is rather outdated.
Does anybody have any suggestion?
I open an untitled document, paste some text in, and then bring up the
I notice that it always defaults to searching (and replacing) my entire
I really think 'Current Document' would be a much better default, for
Also for performance reasons, if you run a regular expression search and
then realise its searching your entire home directory, the search tends to
beachball TM for a good while, and cant be cancelled easily