[TxMt] Experimental Wiki

David F. Snyder dsnyder at txstate.edu
Wed May 30 15:09:00 UTC 2007

On 5/30/07 2:18 AM, "Allan Odgaard" <throw-away-1 at macromates.com> wrote:

> On 30. May 2007, at 04:41, David F. Snyder wrote:
>> I've been playing with the 3rd party bundle Plain Text Wiki, but it
>> doesn't
>> seem to play nice with the fact that I modify some of the standard
>> bundles
>> (LaTeX templates and commands primarily). I've installed it in the
>> standard
>> place now, but then it will get wiped out upon update, right?
> Could you be more specific? How does it not play nice? And what is
> ³the standard place²?
"the standard place" is TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Bundles.
When I modify default bundles, a support directory is created in my user
dir, per the manual. It seems at some point that the environment variable
TM_SUPPORT_PATH was getting set to $HOME/Application Support/TextMate/
(though today I'm not able to get this behavior ... ?). To prevent problems
I just copied the downloaded plaintextwiki.tmbundle into the Bundles
subdirectory ("the standard place" to install it, rather than double
clicking the tmbundle file. Now the bundle commands work.

Not that I know how to do this (yet), but one thing that would make the
Experimental Wiki bundle more attractive: a key to navigate the links on the
page (including the "menu").

>> [...]
>> It would be good to have the patch committed to the repository.
> Sure, please attach it :)


Best wishes

David F. Snyder
Texas State University, Math

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