[TxMt] Re: Textmate Bundle - Show Scope

Joseph Pecoraro joepeck02 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 13 00:54:46 UTC 2008


Thats a great point, and I'm continuing to point out that shortcut to  
my friends who constantly ask me what the hotkeys trigger what  

However, I feel its important to note that ⌃⌘T will only list the  
bundle items for the bundles that you have enabled!

With the Bundle Development Bundle Disabled:

With the Bundle Development Bundle Enabled:

(I'm not the original author, but I had the same problem as him...)  
That was the exact command that I employed to track down the "Show  
Scope" command and since the Bundle Development bundle was turned off  
(is this a default?) it didn't show up in the list.  Not until  
recently, when I started doing my own TextMate development (Big thanks  
to JEG II's book) did I enable the bundle and finally discover the  

Does anyone provide a service (which can be integrated into TextMate!)  
that can search all available bundles for a command, therefore  
pointing you to new bundles you might be interested in?

- Joe P

On Jun 12, 2008, at 8: 36PM, Michael Sheets wrote:

> On Jun 12, 2008, at 7:52 AM, Joseph Pecoraro wrote:
>> The "Show Scope" command has been moved to the "Bundle Development"
>> bundle:
>> http://www.grabup.com/uploads/b2eee42888ab1dc4806219105a1b7174.png
>> I had the same problem the last couple months, until I ended up
>> finding it just this past week!  You will probably see some books  
>> (JEG
>> II's) and articles that mention it is in the TextMate bundle as well.
>> I have no idea when the move happened.
> Anytime you can't find a command try ⌃⌘T and then type in this  
> case
> 'scope' it should pop up in the first few results.
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