[TxMt] LaTeX bundle problem

Allan Odgaard throw-away-1 at macromates.com
Sat Jul 7 08:38:06 UTC 2007

On 7. Jul 2007, at 06:03, Max Lein wrote:

> [...]
> You clearly have the perspective of someone who codes (which is  
> fine by me, just an observation), but I haven't noticed any garbled  
> output while working with Latin1.

This thread started because someone was using Latin1 for his LaTeX  
files (in the labels) and the reference completion did not work for him.

> [...]
> I haven't heard of people in my field using diff on their TeX  
> source files, for instance. I've also never had any problems with  
> TextMate's built-in commands that produced no or garbled output.

If you use a version control system, which is not uncommon to use for  
LaTeX files, you (indirectly) run diff on the files when you ask what  
uncommitted changes you have, what someone else changed, who did a  
certain change, etc.

> [...]
> That's very good news (although the first time I hear of those new
> features)

My reply [1] to your “using one encoding per project” letter last year:

     I have taken note of the per-project encoding suggestion.

In general there is no need to repeat a request when I have already  
said I have taken note of it. Whether or not it will be implemented  
is rarely based on how much people argue for its usefulness.

[1]: http://lists.macromates.com/pipermail/textmate/2006-May/010232.html

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