[TxMt] Documentation broken for Ruby in latest build
dave.baldwin at 3dlabs.com
Tue May 1 10:15:14 UTC 2007
On 1 May 2007, at 10:58, Allan Odgaard wrote:
env^R just hung with with coloured wheel. So I forced quit TM and
restarted it (from Finder).
The env^R showed HOME and USER set up as expeced. LOGNAME does not
exist. ^h for ruby help and running ruby now works as expected.
TM had only been running for a few hours before I noticed these
problems and I hadn't been doing anything 'difficult'.
I am happy to poke around some more if you have anything you want me
to look at.
> On 1. May 2007, at 11:48, Dave Baldwin wrote:
>> I don't think I was clear enough - $HOME is set up correctly
>> already when I check in both shells (tsh is the one I normally
>> use, but I think TM used bash when running shell commands).
> HOME is not setup by bash but inherited from the parent process.
> Try type env⌃R in TextMate and see if you have HOME, USER, and
> LOGNAME set.
> You could likely quit TextMate and start it from your terminal
> (where you have HOME) calling TextMate.app/Contents/MacOS/TextMate
> directly (i.e. not using ‘open’, as then it would be launch
> services/the WindowServer process which starts it, and it then
> inherits the environment from that process, which is likely the
> process that somehow managed to un-associate itself with USER etc.).
> For new threads USE THIS: textmate at lists.macromates.com
> (threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you don't)
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