[TxMt] Re: Experimental 64bit- and GC-capable Edit in Textmate

Jenny Harrison profharrison at gmail.com
Thu Jun 2 21:57:13 UTC 2011

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> On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 22:45, Jenny Harrison <profharrison at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>> (Also, I thought TextMate supported pdfsync and rendering in TeXShop?)
>>>> This would be just what I have been looking for.  I have asked all
>>>> over the place, and searched far and wide, but have not found a way to
>>>> do this.  It could be trivial.
>>> pdfsync is demonstrated in one of the screencasts[1].
>>> For rendering, open the LaTeX bundle preferences (⌥⌘,) and for
>>> “View in:” choose “TeXShop”.
>>> Hope that’s what you’re looking for?
>> Does [1] refer to your preceding reference?
>> [1] http://www.barebones.com/support/develop/odbsuite.html
> Oops, no, it refers to the “LaTeX Projects” screencast from
> <http://macromates.com/screencasts>
>> Years ago I benefited from Haris Skiadas' excellent screencasts for
>> beginners, as well as many tips from the [TxMt] list, which took me
>> deeply into all of this.
>> [HS]  http://skiadas.dcostanet.net/afterthought/2006/01/09/textmate-latex-screencast-no-1/
> I think that’s the same ones actually :-)
>> Right now, I am able to sync TextMate with Skim using pdfsync or
>> synctex, but sync breaks when I replace Skim with TeXShop.  Everything
>> but sync, including rendering, is not to hard to set up with TeXShop
>> or Skim.
> It’s entirely possible that TeXShop only supports syncing with its own
> editor, in which case I don’t think there’s a lot we can do from
> TextMate’s side.
> Martin

Not to worry!  Thanks for exploring this. I know you have more important things to do. 
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