I'm a die-hard TextMate 1 user who upgraded to Catalina and am finally migrating to TextMate 2. That being said, I spent a lot of time in TextMate 1 on custom bundle snippets, themes, languages, macros, etc., so I'm hoping not to lose them.
Clicking on my original bundle brings up a TextMate 2 dialog box that asks if I want to install, but if I click "OK" it doesn't appear in the File menu, Bundle editor, or Preferences.
The TextMate wiki (https://github.com/textmate/textmate/wiki/FAQ), and past correspondence on this list, says this could be a problem with fs-events support, and suggests this fix:
Unfortunately there doesn't appear to be a plist in this directory--just BundlesIndex.binary. I tried deleting that to no effect.
After double clicking on my old personal bundle, a copy appears in ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Pristine Copy/Bundles. There is no error dialog box, and I see no errors or faults when I search for "textmate" in the Console after attempting the install.
Any help greatly appreciated!
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On save from textmate, I get this error:
The document “BadFactorScoresExample.R” could not be saved.
Failed replacing BadFactorScoresExample.R with /var/folders/66/wrbbw2d11gzds_76wqw367f00000gn/T/TemporaryItems/(A Document Being Saved By TextMate)/BadFactorScoresExample.R: You don’t have permission to save the file “BadFactorScoresExample.R” in the folder “7DBA5AD0-07BF-4399-B649-CDE020317A4B”.
FYI, it also generates errors from commands that need to read/write
Textmate (version: 2.0.6 ) on macOS Hign Sierra (10.13.6)
I use electron-vue to automatically reload the page if file modified, and every time I close the tab, textmate automatically update mtime of the file. Are there any configuration option that do not modify the mtime of the file when the tab is closed?