[TxMt] Re: Lost file when didn't have permission to write.

George McGinley Smith george at gsgd.co.uk
Mon Nov 3 12:23:54 UTC 2014

Yeah, not sure about Transmit, but with Cyberduck they are not in
application support, but some weird temp folder which is why I suggested
opening another file to see where it ended up.

On Sat, Nov 1, 2014 at 4:04 AM, Greg <web at web.knobby.ws> wrote:

> I looked in TextMate but forgot to look in Transmit folders. Nothing there
> now (Application Support>Transmit), but maybe next time.
> Thanks
> From: George McGinley Smith <george at gsgd.co.uk>
> You might also find that the files are still on disk somewhere (I know
> CyberDuck keeps them on disk).
> Try opening another file and then the file drawer and you might see it's
> still there.
> On Fri, Oct 31, 2014 at 2:22 AM, Allan Odgaard <mailinglist at textmate.org>
> wrote:
> On 31 Oct 2014, at 1:03, Greg wrote:
> I?m writing Ruby scripts for a Raspberry Pi (RPi) using TextMate
> v2.0-beta.1. The RPi is on my network and I?m accessing the files via
> Transmit (OS X FTP GUI program). From Transmit I open, edit and save the
> files. However I just opened the ReadMe.tm created by GitHub, did some
> editing, saved and closed. I hadn?t seen that I had received a notice from
> Transmit that I didn?t have permissions to modify the file, but the changes
> were gone (RPi is slow).
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Kind regards,

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