[TxMt] Re: Go to symbol parsing corrupted?

Evan Jones evan_t_jones at mac.com
Fri May 20 18:24:48 UTC 2016

Thanks so much, Allan. I’d installed a bundle (Javascript Next ) that seemed to be trampling on the settings from the Source bundle.  Your tip let me identify that, deactivate the competing settings, and everything looks good now.  Cheers!

> On May 20, 2016, at 10:20 AM, Allan Odgaard <mailinglist at textmate.org> wrote:
> On 19 May 2016, at 22:38, Evan Jones wrote:
>> Hi -
>> 	For the last week or so, the contents of the Go to Symbol window have been totally scrambled for me in all the languages I’ve tried.  Sometimes (After restarting TM) the Go to Symbol window contains the entire file on one line without linebreaks.  Other times there are many lines, each with several lines worth of source in them, but no clear relation to any of the function definitions in the file.
>> I suspect this is a corrupted settings file somewhere […]
> The default setting to include symbols in the list is in the Source bundle, so you can check if you have customizations done for this bundle.
> The setting in question is `showInSymbolList` so if you use ⌃⌘T (Bundles → Select Bundle Item…) then you can switch to Settings and enter this setting to see where it might be set.
> With caret on a function name in C++ then there should be just one match for this.
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