I can confirm this behavior, it's quite a noticeable lag.
On 5/8/05, Allan Odgaard email@example.com wrote:
On May 8, 2005, at 15:14, Tom Lazar wrote:
[...] would it be possible, that one could state as a preference (using a defaults write statement) that TM only checks the open tabs? for the way I work (and perhaps others, too) that would be a great productivity enhancer for the mean time.
But then when should it update the project drawer? You can create a static (thus non-updating) project by dragging files (instead of folders) to the project drawer. If you want to add an entire folder structure as a project you can e.g. create a script as the one attached below, which takes a folder as first argument and writes a tmproj file to stdout. I didn't make it handle special filenames though (like containing quotes).
and a final note: given all that 'heavy weight'-checking that's going on every time i switch back to TM it's kind of disappointing to find that it doesn't seem to pick up changes to currently open files, i.e. when I append something to my to-do list via quicksilver and i switch back to TM, that new line doesn't show up, if the to-do list was open already. i need to switch to another tab and back again to manually enforce the update.
I am not able to reproduce this. When I switch back to TextMate it updates the file if it had no local changes, or ask me, if it did have local changes.
For new threads USE THIS: firstname.lastname@example.org (threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you don't) http://lists.macromates.com/mailman/listinfo/textmate