there are *no* external dependencies for AckMate apart from ack's reliance on perl. It should absolutely *never* complain about needing gems or the like...
First thing to do is make sure the plugin is installed properly. You should have a menu item of "Edit->Find->Search Project With AckMate..." - if that's there (and works when you select it) then you're okay.
Next, decide on the keyboard shorcut you want to use and from System Preferences go to "Keyboard->Keyboard Shortcuts".
From there you can add an application shortcut (the + button). The
menu text you're creating the shortcut for is "Search Project With AckMate...".
If you continue to have problems, please open a ticket on the github page - http://github.com/protocool/AckMate
On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 10:32 AM, Rick DeNatale firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 1:27 PM, Rick DeNatale email@example.com wrote:
If I open the bundle editor, and filter Ack in project out of the list then ctrl-option-cmd-f does bring up the Ackmate window, but Ackmate is still not shown in my bundle list.
Well that turned out to be a one-shot deal.
After I closed the ackmate window and did ctrl-option-cmd-f again, I got the grep in project window again instead.
Curioser and curioser
-- Rick DeNatale
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