On Dec 21, 2005, at 10:11 AM, Dave Baldwin wrote:
1. I would like the run script command (command R) to save all
files and run my designated 'main' file - this may not be the one
that is currently open. This is what Xcode does and while I could
write a macro to do this it would seem a generally useful thing to
have built in.
You can probably do what we do in the LaTeX bundle. In there, you can
define a project specific environment variable, in that case
TM_LATEX_MASTER, and have that be used if it is set, via a command like:
and then using "$M" whenever you need to. Take a look at the "Typeset
& View (PDF)" command in the LaTeX bundle.
As for saving all files in project, you can set that as the "Save:"
option in the command editing window. As I understand it, it is not
currently set up because this way you an execute a Ruby script even
if it is not saved, by saving it in a temporary directory, as the
current command does. So I would consider this a separate command,
preferably associated to cmd-B (for build).
2. When I run script (command R) in my 'main'
ruby file I get an
error window popping up, but when I click on any of the hyper links
a blank file is opened, rather the one identified in the error
line. The file in error is in the project.
I believe that we do that also in the LaTeX bundle, same command. Not
sure how we accomplish it though. I think there is a script doing
that, but I haven't looked into it too closely.
I have looked in the Ruby bundle, but what is going on
is a mystery
What part of the Ruby bundle are you referring to?
Thanks for any help,