Good morning *,
using TM2 as a (La)TeX editor most of the time, I’d like to add a few typesetting engines.
TeXShop holds its engines in ~/Library/TeXShop/Engines. When using TeXShop to typeset on Cmd-R (I made a script for that) it uses these which is quite convenient as I modified some of them and added others to reflect the way I work.
Could I use these via the “%!TEX TS-program =” attribution line when running TeX the “normal” TM2 way, probably with some adjustments?
Is there a directory where TM2 stores its engines so that I could create more?
Thanks for any helpful advice!
Martin Wilhelm Leidig
Dante Member #1580
Hi all! I was wondering, how can I (or we) integrate Language Server Protocol / Server to TextMate? For Python, Ruby, Golang etc... I tried every other editors but none of the makes me comfortable as TextMate does.
Ruby 3 has recently been released. Could we get support for Ruby 3 for using in bundle development? I’m referring to the shebang (#!/usr/bin/env ruby20) that one can specify for the language implementation of a bundle command. This shebang is somehow recognized by TextMate and it will automatically download the specified Ruby version if it’s not already installed.