[TxMt] Re: PyMate broken

Michael Glassford glassfordm at gmail.com
Fri Jun 27 17:34:50 UTC 2008

Thanks: that fixed it, of course. When I set up my svn commands for 
updating TextMate bundles a long time ago, I apparently missed the part 
about needing to get the Support Folder also.

Again, thanks.


Alex Ross wrote:
> On Jun 27, 2008, at 6:55 AM, Michael Glassford wrote:
>> I was getting errors (Ruby errors, I believe) when trying to use the
>> TODO List bundle, so, finding the "TODO Bundle Broken" thread in this
>> list and trying to follow the advice there, I deleted some bundles  
>> (and
>> some unused plugins I discovered in the process) from
>> "~/Library/Application Support/Textmate" and also updated all the
>> bundles in my "/Users/mjg/Library/Application Support/TextMate/ 
>> Bundles/"
>> directory from subversion.
>> Now the TODO List bundle is working beautifully (for the first time!),
>> but when I try to use PyMate "Run Script" command to run a Python  
>> file I
>> get this error: "-e:2:in `require': No such file to load --
>> /Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Support/lib/tm/ 
>> executor
>> (LoadError) from -e:2". It's true that there is no such file--in fact,
>> the "/Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Support/lib/ 
>> tm/"
>> directory does not exist. Why is this error happening and what  
>> should I
>> do about it?
> You either don't have a copy of the Support folder, or the copy that  
> you have is outdated.  You need to check it out, or update it.  You  
> should probably do an entirely new checkout of http://http:// 
> macromates.com/svn/Bundles/trunk into ~/Library/Application\ Support/ 
> TextMate, instead of the partial checkout that you have currently.
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