[TxMt] Latex in Beta 5

Brad Miller bonelake at mac.com
Fri Feb 11 21:23:01 UTC 2005

The funny thing is I don't remember deleting the LaTeX bundle, and I 
was just using it yesterday.   Also,  since I've been working on the 
Latex.tmbundle I can't imagine why I would want to.  Unless enforcement 
of the deletion is something new in b5.  I do remember that there was a 
time when I had a bundle called LaTex and another called Latex.  This 
dates back to some of the very first versions of the Latex bundle that 
I downloaded from the wiki (last november probably).

I remember that I synchronized them and deleted one using the bundle 

The funny thing is that the name that gets displayed for the bundle 
Latex.tmbundle is LaTeX, so there is a slight mismatch between the 
actual bundle name and the name that gets displayed.  However the old 
bundle that I deleted was actually LaTex.tmbundle and its display name 
was "Latex"  Its not really important now that the old bundle is long 


On Feb 11, 2005, at 1:52 PM, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On Feb 11, 2005, at 14:44, Brad Miller wrote:
>> Something is fishy, because Latex isn't even showing up in my bundle 
>> list.
>> Its there in /Applications/TextMate.app/...
>> What is worse is that TextMate deleted the Latex.tmbundle directory 
>> from my own ~/Library/Applications Support/TextMate/Bundles 
>> directory.
>> I've tried twice now:
>> quit TM,
>> svn update my Bundles directory (Latex.tmbundle is there),
>> restart TM (no latex in bundle list)
>> Quit TM no more Latex.tmbundle in bundles directory.
> If you delete a bundle in the bundle editor which is among one of the 
> default bundles, TextMate will remember that you wanted that bundle 
> deleted, so that when a new version of TextMate is released, the 
> bundle will still be deleted.
> I will change it so that this setting gets cleared if it finds the 
> bundle in a local location later (rather than delete the local one, 
> which was I scenario I didn't consider, sorry) -- I think this is what 
> went wrong here (and that's why deleting your preferences solved the 
> problem, since that's where it keeps the list of deleted bundles).
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Brad Miller, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Computer Science
Luther College

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