Textmate help states:
"9.4 Project Dependent Variables
Sometimes it is useful to have a command customized differently depending on the project. For this reason, it is possible to set variables for individual projects.
The way to do this is currently a little secret but if you deselect everything in the project drawer, then click the info (circled I) button, a panel will appear where you can set variables.
These variables are saved in the project file (*.tmproj) and will exist only for snippets and (shell) commands executed in the context of that project."
The problem I have since upgrading to Snow Leopard and Textmate build 1509 is that I am suddenly unable to deselect everything in the project drawer. At least one file will remain selected and Get Info and the info button will only show me the info about that file. Is anyone having the same problem? Alternatively, is there any other way to set a latex master project wide rather than doing it for each file individually?
On 13 Sep 2009, at 07:51, Jan Jakob Bornheim wrote:
[...] The problem I have since upgrading to Snow Leopard and Textmate build 1509 is that I am suddenly unable to deselect everything in the project drawer. At least one file will remain selected
I cannot reproduce that. If I click the empty space below the list items or ⌘-click the selected item, nothing will be selected.