[TxMt] Re: Compiling C/C++ using Textmate
feldesmanm at gmail.com
Wed Oct 8 22:53:26 UTC 2008
It returns 'false'. So we have a conflict. echoing the svn bundle path returns the correct directory (or at least the directory it should be according to 5.7.4). The directory exists (I've checked it) and it has what is supposed to be there - C.bundle and a subfolder containing the Support files.
What, would you suppose, is the problem here. I'm thinking of completely uninstalling TextMate and starting over. It isn't any use to me unless I can compile within the editor like I can do in AquaEmacs and SlickEdit. So the Apple-R command is important to me with a straight gcc compile using C or C++. I use XCode for Objective-C and Cocoa.
So, describe to me the steps to:
1. *completely" uninstall TM so that I can start with the 1.5.7 downloaded version.
2. update the 1.5.7 to a build that supports the compile (or Run) command in C/C++.
I've followed all the instructions to the letter. Do the svn bundles work without upgrading the TextMate master application to a "cutting edge" build? If so, I'll take it back down to the shipping build and build out from there.
Dr. Marc R. Feldesman
Professor & Chairman Emeritus
Portland State University
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--- On Wed, 10/8/08, Alex Ross <tm-alex at rosiba.com> wrote:
From: Alex Ross <tm-alex at rosiba.com>
Subject: Re: [TxMt] Re: Compiling C/C++ using Textmate
To: feldesmanm at gmail.com, "TextMate users" <textmate at lists.macromates.com>
Date: Wednesday, October 8, 2008, 3:44 PM
On Oct 9, 2008, at 12:36 AM, Marc Feldesman wrote:
> It returns an empty line.
Sorry that should have been:
ruby -e 'puts File.exists?(ENV["TM_SUPPORT_PATH"] +
If TM_SUPPORT_PATH is pointing correctly to your svn checkout of the
Support directory, and that checkout is also up to date, this will
> I've got 30 years of programming experience. If I'm having this
> much trouble after following the directions in 5.7 and especially
> 5.7.4 to the letter, how do less experienced people deal with these
> Why doesn't Textmate simply set these preferences out of the box and
> run without this much fiddling. AquaEmacs works without anything
> special. SlickEdit works without anything special. XCode works out
> of the box. Why is TextMate so fiddly?
TextMate also works out of the box, but you've elected to install
prerelease code via svn. Most people do not encounter these problems
because they just use the bundles that are shipped with TextMate.
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