I have just installed the Mercurial Bundle, and I have a little
problem. Let's say I have a project, and 2 files have been edited
since the last commit. When I check it at the command line, I see the
two "M" markers for the 2 files.
But inside textmate, it is like the "hg status" command only applies
to the file I am currently viewing, so I only get the "M" for the file
I am viewing. And if I am viewing a file that hasn't ben changed, I
don't see anything at all.
Is there some special setup that I might have missed?
I have saved my project as "a project" in textmate. I open it using
project.tmproj file. I saw from the help, that if the file doesn't
belong to a project, it is checked alone. Is it a problem if my
project files are actually a symlink to a another repository that
lives in /var/www?
New subject: Mercurial Bundle shows status only for the current open file
You are right it works. But that's not very convenient, is there a way
I could customize a shortcut to handle that?
Also I see that to invoke Mercurial, I have to use ctrl+shift+M, but
if I am currently in another bundle, it triggers another keyboard
shortcut. How can I customize TM for that? Is there a way to quickly
swith between bundles?
I am a TextMate newbie.