[TxMt] Re: Bundle runtime Error

Richard Brosnahan broz at mac.com
Mon Jul 9 12:43:18 UTC 2007

That did it. While none of the paths within .tcshrc had a space, there is a
space in the path to TextMate. I quoted all the path strings in .tcshrc, and
verified the other startup scripts were properly quoted. Fixed it right up.

Thanks very much for helping me straighten this out.

I'm kinda surprised this didn't affect other applications on my system. I am
glad to get it sorted out.

some time around 7.9.2007 4:04 AM, someone named Robin Houston at
robin.houston at gmail.com typed these words:

> On 7/8/07, Richard Brosnahan <broz at mac.com> wrote:
>> Here is the script (I am sure the mail server will wrap lines where they are
>> not really wrapped). I would be grateful if someone would point out my
>> mistakes.
> Ah, okay. I think it's the oldest mistake in the book: not quoting
> your strings. (That works fine until the value of a variable contains
> a space.)
> For example, change
>   setenv PATH /usr/local/ant/bin:$PATH
> to
>   setenv PATH "/usr/local/ant/bin:$PATH"
> and similarly with the other strings.
> I imagine that's the problem: I'm guessing that the value of $PATH
> from within TextMate has a space in it. (Perhaps the path to your
> Textmate.app contains a space?)
> Robin
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