One correction to my previous e-mail: Pasting it manually leads to the same scrambled
letters when attempting to paste a lot of text.
Apparently, it is not an issue with textmate, but with terminal.
This seems to describe my problem:
Unfortunately, I have not found a fix for this behavior yet
If anyone has experienced similar problems and found a workaround – I would highly
On 2. Feb 2018, at 15:58 , Martin Batholdy
Dear Allan Odgaard,
I meant pasting, sorry.
I use a keyboard shortcut that executes the script that I sent earlier to transfer the
selected text to the terminal. If that would properly work, it would make it very
convenient, as I do not have to copy, switch windows and paste manually, but simply press
When I copy the code manually, these pasting-errors do not happen.
Also,no errors occur if I execute the script with smaller junks of text.
Do you know what the script is doing to the text, that especially a lot of code gets
messed up during the process?
like the col <- ifelse(… turning into col <col <cse(…
On 2. Feb 2018, at 15:29 , Allan Odgaard
<mailinglist(a)textmate.org <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
On 2 Feb 2018, at 20:55, Martin Batholdy wrote:
When parsing large amount of text from textmate2 to the terminal, it sometimes happens
that strange parsing errors occur.
Line breaks, white space, or symbols are arbitrarily not send correctly to terminal.
Do you mean parsing or pasting?
If you mean pasting: when I have a temporary “script” in TextMate that I want to run in
the current terminal I copy it to the clipboard and then in the terminal I run:
This will run the script through the shell interpreter without issues like e.g. tab
characters triggering expansion, or return triggering instant execution with potential
reads from stdin that may swallow some of your script.
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