[TxMt] Re: Standard Textmate Bundle Being Hidden By 3rd Party Bundle
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Sat Jan 9 16:41:40 UTC 2010
On 9 Jan 2010, at 17:37, Conrad Taylor wrote:
> Allan, I'm referring to the HTML5.tmbundle hiding the
> HTML.tmbundle. Thus,
> the rule here is to create and update Textmate bundles within the
> Editor and not outside of it.
I don’t know what this HTML5 bundle is, but likely the author took the
existing HTML bundle and simly edited the items, that makes it a
derrivative of the HTML bundle rather than a new bundle, and hence if
you install it, it will “hide” the HTML bundle’s items, since the
HTML5 bundle is interpreted as a newer / locally changed version of it.
> On Sat, Jan 9, 2010 at 8:22 AM, Allan Odgaard <mailinglist at textmate.org
>> On 9 Jan 2010, at 01:36, Conrad Taylor wrote:
>> I have an issue where a 3rd party Textmate bundle is hiding a
>>> bundle. Next, I have tried changing the uuid of root .plist [...]
>> If it hides a standard bundle it is either designed to eclipse it
>> or broken
>> (in the way that the author didn’t ensure proper new UUIDs, it
>> occasionally when people take existing bundles and edit them
>> outside the
>> bundle editor and release as “new” stuff).
>> You shouldn’t really fix this yourself, instead point it out to the
>> author and/or let us know which bundle you are referring to.
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