Thanks for the tips! Double-clicking the bundle sounds like the fool-proof method I should
be doing from now on.
I would like to try it, but now I’ve run into the opposite problem: How do I *uninstall*
the Cucumber bundle? I want to wipe it out completely just to verify the double-clicking
method. However, no matter what I do, it won’t go away. I have deleted the Avian and
TextMate folders in both ~/Library/Application\ Support and /Library/Application\ Support,
and I even tried deleting and reinstalling TextMate itself, but when I relaunch, the
Cucumber bundle is still there. Is there some other folder I need to delete?
On Jan 27, 2014, at 10:26 PM, Kai Wood <lists(a)kwood.eu> wrote:
On 28.01.2014, at 06:47, Trevor Harmon
Ah silly mistake. However, even after installing
the bundle to the Bundles directory, it still didn’t show up, despite quitting and
restarting a couple times.
The proper place for manually installed bundles is ~/Library/Application
Cloning directly to this directory should work without the need to restart.
You can double click the cloned Cucumber.tmbumdle in Finder and Textmate will put it in
the correct directory for you.
Eventually I discovered that creating a new
bundle from within the app (Bundles > Edit Bundles, then File > New) somehow alerts
TextMate that the Cucumber bundle is there. It appeared after I created the new bundle,
quit, and restarted.
The Avian/Bundles/ directory (without Pristine Copy in between) is where diffs /
customizations of installed bundles and you own created ones land if you edit them via the
bundle editor, that’s why this worked somehow.
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