Ok, turning on the debugger I can see why the file was unable to be saved (I had a stale symbolic link in the path). By fixing that I can now save the hotkey for PHP validator to ⌘S. However, now the problem is that when I use this hotkey it appears to validate my PHP but no longer SAVES it. :^/

Any idea how I can get ⌘S to do both not either-or?  


On 18 August 2013 19:07, Allan Odgaard <mailinglist@textmate.org> wrote:
On 15 Aug 2013, at 22:43, Ken Snyder wrote:

I'm trying to change the hotkey in the PHP bundle's validation function to
CMD-S from the default but when I try and save the bundle I get an error
saying there was an error: […]

You can try enable logging: https://github.com/textmate/textmate/wiki/Enable-Logging

Though it likely will just tell you the path of the file it failed to save. But perhaps this can clue you in on what goes wrong, e.g. if for some reason you have some bad permissions or symbolic links under ~/Library/Application Support.

You can also try https://github.com/textmate/textmate/wiki/Reverting-To-Defaults and then see if save fails after that, or try the change on a new user account.

Basically saving bundle items should only fail if there is a problem writing data to your file system.

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