[TxMt] Re: PHP's doc command no longer working

Ken Snyder ken+textmate at ken.net
Sat Nov 2 11:18:41 UTC 2013

Also, for what it's worth, I looked under the Bundles properties and see
that the PHP bundle was updated last week.

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I would have thought/hoped that this would have picked up Mavericks/Ruby


On 2 November 2013 11:14, Ken Snyder <ken+textmate at ken.net> wrote:

> I'm used 2.0-alpha.9493 (and have been on the 2.x branch for a very long
> time). Is that not what you're referring to?
> On 2 November 2013 10:41, Michael Sheets <mummer at whitefalls.org> wrote:
>> On Nov 1, 2013, at 9:35 PM, Ken Snyder <ken+textmate at ken.net> wrote:
>> > Ahhh. Yes I did update to Mavericks. Timing makes sense. Will the
>> default PHP bundle be updated accordingly? Is there a way to regress the
>> Ruby default?
>> We are recommending you upgrade to the 2.0 alpha for Mavericks:
>> http://macromates.com/download
>> It includes updated bundles to work around this issue as well as many
>> other fixes and additions.
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