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.
I am looking for a way to sort lines in a simple txt file for a
wordlist/dictionary project. I know that in Textmate there is the
>Bundles>Text>Sorting where I can sort the line alphabetically
according to latin based graphemes. My problem is that I am using IPA
symbols a lot in the wordlist, e.g. ɸ, ⁿt, ð. The sort order in the Text
bundle treats IPA characters as special symbols and puts them at the
end, which is not what I want. So I was wondering if there is way of
creating a custom sort order and apply it. For example:
"a,æ,b,ᵐb,d,ⁿd,e,ɸ ..." instead of "a,b,c,d,e,f ..."
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.