On Oct 8, 2009, at 1:05 AM, joseph davison wrote:
Hmmm. I did as you suggest, reloaded the bundles and then tried to run Bundles>>GetBundles.
It popped up two windows, one with GetBundles in it and "unknown"
for the source and prompted me for the source. I didn't know what it was expecting as an answer, so I cancelled. (I'm a relatively new user) There was nothing in the other window (except, perhaps, column labels)
So, how to recover, and what's it expecting? Perhaps the URL?: <http://svn.textmate.org/trunk/Review/Bundles/GetBundles.tmbundle
No. If GetBundles comes up with a small window asking for sources of installed bundles, simply click at the popup menus and select the original source from which you installed it - one after the other. It's often the case that there're bundles which are hosted on different repositories. GetBundles tries to identify the origin but sometimes it fails for some reasons. The source is used to check whether there're updates available.
But if you close that small window you should see at least all bundles.
Which OSX (precisely), Ruby version, GetBundles version (press ⇧⌥⌘L for log drawer in GetBundles dialog) are you using?