On 22 Apr 2020, at 14:20, Alexander Bohn wrote:
Hi, I just updated to 2.0.8, and there are a few bugs:
• Running a Python script with ⌘R hangs, producing no output in the HTML
output window […]
• Starting up immediately after updating from TextMate 2.0.6 reset the
theme of every open code window to plain black-and-white […]
I think both of these issues could be caused by a corrupted bundle index.
Try quit TextMate, delete this file, and see if ⌘R works again:
• There have been a number of odd hard-crashes – the “Submit Crash Log”
dialog would come up, saying that TextMate crashed
The crash points to
__CFSocketManager (system code), I have received a similar crash from another client, although that one I have seen before (but it’s rare).
Nonetheless, as it appears there might be an issue related to using
CFSocket, I have switched to using a dispatch source instead, as that’s anyway a more modern (and thus nicer) API.
Please try 2.0.9 available by holding down option (⌥) when selecting TextMate → Check for Update.
[…] in some cases a part of the UI
would prove to have been rendered unresponsive; in any case a force-quit
was always necessary.
I have run into this myself, since upgrading to 10.15, it’s when Apple throws up dialogs during startup, it can end in a “nested run-loop” state where the outer run-loop gets no events, but is blocking the UI (waiting for the user to respond to the dialog.
It’s a little tricky to work around with the current code, but I’m working on a major overhaul of this and more.