Good evening everyone,
does anyone here know of some BibTeX language bundle and could point me there?
Having to edit (mostly my own … yes, I am _that_ old) BibTeX styles from time to time, I’d like to have a TM2 bundle for that. I’m talking of that nameless RPN language used in .bst files as described in chapter 4 of “Tame the BeaST” <http://mirrors.ctan.org/info/bibtex/tamethebeast/ttb_en.pdf>, not the data base language of .bib files.
Martin Wilhelm Leidig
SatzTeXnik — Professional TeXing and TeXnical counselling
Since updating to MacOS Sierra, I get this error when trying to open files from the shell. For example:
$ mate .
objc: Objective-C garbage collection is no longer supported.
Abort trap: 6
I’m running TextMate version 2.0-beta.12.4; trying to update says I have the latest version of TextMate.
I run a lot of commands from TextMate, and sometimes they can take a long time to finish. The usual “execute line” command doesn’t return until the execution is complete, so the document (and TM as a whole) is unresponsive while waiting. I can run them in the background, but then I need a way to insert the output into the original document. My current workaround is to bring the document forward using 'mate', but that means whenever output is ready, the doc jumps into the foreground, interrupting anything else I may have been doing.
I don’t know of a way to do this, but it would be great if I could send text to a document without giving it focus… e.g. something like:
echo "some output" | mate --no-focus --uuid $DOC
I hope I'm not getting on everyone's nerves with another feature
question -- can I make it work? -- or feature request -- if answer to
previous is negative, can you make it work? :)
My question: can I change the order of autocomplete suggestions, between
'user defined' and 'default/document harvested'?
I have a pretty large list of my own completions, some global. Internal
order of these completions seems to obey the order in which they appear
on the list. Yay!
But: the document harvested completions always seem to be suggested
before any of my own completions.
I know, I can entirely disable these default completions, but I use them
as well, just that mostly, my own completions should take precedence.
[wishful thinking on] Any way to change the order between user
completions and default/document harvested completions?
If someone can think of a way that requires messing around with some
default bundle scripts: I'll happily try it, did so before. Just
suggestions requiring to build my own are problematic: tried it a few
times, never got it to work 100% cleanly.
Thanks for lending me your time, reading the above.
is there a way to control indentation by supplying a regex for the previous line and the current?
Comment for jbuilder should be a #, but TM is putting a double slash. The files are Rails apps/views/<view>/xxx.json.jbuilder .
I’ve just started using jbuilder, but the hash seems to be the right one.
Can I change this? If so how?
Did I change it to jS or is that something TM does.
I can live with it as is.
On 14/10/2016 12:37, René Schwaiger wrote:
> Hi Andrew,
>> On 14 Oct 2016, at 12:47 , Andrew Jaffe <a.h.jaffe(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> [Apologies if this gets posted twice, as I sent it to both the gmane newsgroup and the list itself...]
>> I've got TM running on two machines, both updated to the most recent build.
>> On one machine, everything seems to be working fine.
>> On the other, the LaTeX bundle has stopped working correctly when I try to "Typeset and View":
>> - I need to explicitly add /Library/tex/texbin to TM's path in Prefs>Vars. If I don't, it fails looking for kpsewhich. (This is not necessary on the other machine -- PATH is not explicitly set at all in the TM variables window.)
>> - I can't "view" with anything but the TM PDF viewer (although I can select other options from the prefs window, but it doesn't affect the behaviour).
>> On both machines the bundles are set to auto-update, and appear to be on the latest version from over the summer. *However*, if I actually look in the bundle editor, I do see differences. For example, on the non-working machine, there is an explicit check for kpsewhich, but not on the other one. And, indeed, if I look at the files in ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Pristine\ Copy/Bundles/LaTeX.tmbundle, I do find that they are from 2010!
>> I also note that the directory structure of ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/is very different on the two machines.
>> So, does this have something to do with the recent move from old Avian folders? Or is it just an unrelated local problem? In any case, please help!
> thank you for the detailed description of your problem. TextMate stores all managed bundles – those installed via `Preferences→Bundles` – inside
> ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Managed/Bundles/
> . I think you can solve your issue using the following steps:
> 1. Move all version of `LaTeX.tmbundle` outside of `Managed/Bundles` into the Trash. To locate these bundles you can use the following command inside Terminal:
> mdfind -name '"latex.tmbundle"c' | grep -iE '\.tmbundle$'
> 2. Restart TextMate (`Ctrl` + `⌘` + `Q`)
> Hope this helps. If not, then please just ask again.
OK, Thanks -- this does seem to work. However, I note that I've got a
LOT of bundles (and a `Support` folder) in Pristine\ Copy/. I assume
that those are all now shadowing more recent bundles, without any way to
actually tell. I think this dir was once used to differentiate the
original version of bundles from ones with edits (might it have
something to do with the old "getbundles" package?). Should I just trash
that folder? Or would it be safer for me to revert to a clean install?
And, why did this just start happening?
Probably more complicated. I’m not sure all the things commented out with # are ignored by Rails.
I’m still trying to sort out what all the paths involved are. But that’s Rails not TM.
> On Oct 15, 2016, at 5:00 AM, textmate-request(a)lists.macromates.com wrote:
> Comment for jbuilder should be a #, but TM is putting a double slash. The files are Rails apps/views/<view>/xxx.json.jbuilder .
> I?ve just started using jbuilder, but the hash seems to be the right one.
> Can I change this? If so how?
> Did I change it to jS or is that something TM does.
> I can live with it as is.