Just a quick question. Sorry if this has been asked before, I searched and didn't find anything related.
I have the habit of keeping several untitled windows open with bits of text or notes. Right now I have 3 untitled windows, all minimized in the Dock. If I open an arbitrary file, it will open it as a tab in one of these untitled windows. This includes files that belong to a project in a folder containing a .tm_properties file. I find this pretty annoying, because these files end up grouped with the untitled document that contains something totally unrelated. When I close the tab that opens, I have to minimize the untitled document again.
Is there a way to force Textmate to always open files in either a window corresponding to their project, or otherwise just a new window?
I have had an issue building TextMate from the GitHub source for some time. I get the codesign error “resource fork, Finder information, or similar detritus not allowed” (introduced by Apple to enable notarization) for Dialog2.tmplugin:
Ians-MacBook-Pro:textmate ian$ ninja TextMate
[5/116] Sign ‘build/PlugIns/dialog/Dialog2.tmplugin’…
xcrun codesign --options runtime --timestamp -fs "-" build/PlugIns/dialog/Dialog2.tmplugin && touch build/PlugIns/dialog/Dialog2.tmplugin/Contents/_CodeSignature/CodeResources
build/PlugIns/dialog/Dialog2.tmplugin: resource fork, Finder information, or similar detritus not allowed
[6/116] Sign ‘build/PlugIns/dialog-1.x/Dialog.tmplugin’…
build/PlugIns/dialog-1.x/Dialog.tmplugin: replacing existing signature
[10/116] Compile ‘Frameworks/FileBro...src/FileBrowserDiskOperations.mm’…
ninja: build stopped: subcommand failed.
I assume this happens for others, too, on a fresh clone → configure → build? If not, then any pointers as to what detritus Dialog2.tmplugin might have would be appreciated.