Matt Berther | 1 Nov 03:11 2007
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Blogging Bundle problems w/ Tiger and Leopard

Up until recently, Ive had great luck with the blogging bundle for  
TextMate. However, now in both Tiger and Leopard I get this error  
whenever I try to do anything (like Fetch Posts or Publish a Post).

Received exception:#<NoMethodError: undefined method `[]' for  
nil:NilClass>
/System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/1.8/usr/lib/ruby/ 
1.8/rexml/parsers/baseparser.rb:320:in `pull'
/System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/1.8/usr/lib/ruby/ 
1.8/rexml/parsers/streamparser.rb:16:in `parse'
/System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/1.8/usr/lib/ruby/ 
1.8/rexml/document.rb:185:in `parse_stream'
/System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/1.8/usr/lib/ruby/ 
1.8/xmlrpc/parser.rb:717:in `parse'
/System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/1.8/usr/lib/ruby/ 
1.8/xmlrpc/parser.rb:460:in `parseMethodResponse'
/System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/1.8/usr/lib/ruby/ 
1.8/xmlrpc/client.rb:421:in `call2'
/System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/1.8/usr/lib/ruby/ 
1.8/xmlrpc/client.rb:410:in `call'
/Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Bundles/ 
Blogging.tmbundle/Support/lib/metaweblog.rb:34:in `newPost'
/Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Bundles/ 
Blogging.tmbundle/Support/lib/blogging.rb:531:in `post_or_update'
/Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Support/lib/ 
progress.rb:36:in `call'
/Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Support/lib/ 
progress.rb:36:in `call_with_progress'
/Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Support/lib/ 
progress.rb:43:in `call'
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Adam R. Maxwell | 1 Nov 03:38 2007
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Re: leopard quick look on TextMate text documents


On Oct 31, 2007, at 3:31 PM, Tony Crockford wrote:

>
> On 31 Oct 2007, at 10:19 pm, Jasper Cramwinckel wrote:
>
>> When I do a quick look on a TextMate text document, I just see a big
>> TextMate icon and not the content. Does anyone have an idea how  
>> that could
>> be fixed?
>
> what format is the file you can't see?  I've created and saved files  
> with TextMate and they all show up in QuickLook just fine.. (CSS/PHP/ 
> TXT. even dragging text out of textmate onto the desktop...)

I see this with .tex files.  I figured it's because TextMate claims  
various types without declaring a UTI; hence, .tex files aren't  
recognized as conforming to public.plain-text, so aren't recognized by  
Spotlight or Quick Look.

--

-- 
adam

Jacob Rus | 1 Nov 04:19 2007
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Re: No Halloween-TM this year?

Niels Kobschätzki wrote:
> Sad, that this year my TM didn't switch to Halloween-mode - I really 
> liked it :)

You can always copy the resources from last year’s version into your 
current TM.  :)

Allan Odgaard | 1 Nov 04:34 2007

Re: TextMate and Leopard

On 30 Oct 2007, at 13:58, John Tsombakos wrote:

> I'm sure Allan is all over it, but I noticed an issue with TextMate  
> (v1.5.7)
> running on Leopard. Clicking the "gear" popup at the bottom of the  
> window
> and selecting various bundles to see the commands, the text in the  
> menus are
> different sizes! [...]

Yes, that is a problem for those items showing tab triggers.

I spent almost a full week getting the tab triggers to show (under  
Tiger) and had to drop Panther support here, so I am not overly  
motivated to look into this, but it’s on the to-do (for Leopard, menus  
can easily be customized, so for new non-backwards compatible code,  
it’s no problem to do the tab triggers, one of the many reasons I am  
going Leopard-only for next major update ;) ).

Brian Huddleston | 1 Nov 06:45 2007
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All these crazy key assignments...

There are so many wonderful shortcuts and key assignments within  
TextMate that it can sometimes get a bit confusing.  I know that you  
can hit `<apple><ctrl>t` and TextMate will happily bring up a master  
list of all the bundle items and their associated key triggers or key  
shortcuts, but that takes a while to search through if you are trying  
to find out what '<apple><alt><shift>G' will do.

I would like to know if there is a bundle or hidden action, that will  
allow you to go into a mode where you can then hit a key combo and it  
will show you the action(s) associated with that combo.  This would  
also be very useful while you are in the Bundle editor mode to see if  
a key-combo has already been assigned to something else when you are  
creating your own commands or snippets.

----
Brian H
binarynomad@...
http://www.binarynomad.com

Niels Kobschätzki | 1 Nov 07:16 2007

Re: All these crazy key assignments...

On Nov 1, 2007, at 6:45 AM, Brian Huddleston wrote:

> There are so many wonderful shortcuts and key assignments within  
> TextMate that it can sometimes get a bit confusing.  I know that you  
> can hit `<apple><ctrl>t` and TextMate will happily bring up a master  
> list of all the bundle items and their associated key triggers or  
> key shortcuts, but that takes a while to search through if you are  
> trying to find out what '<apple><alt><shift>G' will do.
>
> I would like to know if there is a bundle or hidden action, that  
> will allow you to go into a mode where you can then hit a key combo  
> and it will show you the action(s) associated with that combo.  This  
> would also be very useful while you are in the Bundle editor mode to  
> see if a key-combo has already been assigned to something else when  
> you are creating your own commands or snippets.

cmd+ctrl+t and then click on the triangle next to the magnifying glass  
and choose "key equivalent"

Niels

P.s.: This should be in the FAQ…
Jasper Cramwinckel | 1 Nov 07:27 2007
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Re: leopard quick look on TextMate text documents


I am not sure what you mean with 'format'. The document is an utf8 text file
with extension '.sql'. I don't know the type and creator. The icon shows
that it is a TextMate document with 'sql' below it. The finder get info
window says 'Kind: SQL source'.

Does that help?

I can reproduce creating a .html and .txt document and seeing the content in
QuickLook. But I cannot reproduce dragging text from a textmate window to
the desktop (which creates a text clipping) and seeing the content with
QuickLook. In this case, I only see the icon of the document.

Jasper

Tony Crockford wrote:
> 
> 
> On 31 Oct 2007, at 10:19 pm, Jasper Cramwinckel wrote:
> 
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> When I do a quick look on a TextMate text document, I just see a big
>> TextMate icon and not the content. Does anyone have an idea how that  
>> could
>> be fixed?
> 
> what format is the file you can't see?  I've created and saved files  
> with TextMate and they all show up in QuickLook just fine.. (CSS/PHP/ 
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Eric Abrahamsen | 1 Nov 07:47 2007

Re: All these crazy key assignments...

> cmd+ctrl+t and then click on the triangle next to the magnifying  
> glass and choose "key equivalent"
>
Good lord, that's wonderful.
Would there be any way to add the keys for the regular Text and  
Navigation menu choices in there?

––––––––––––––
Eric Abrahamsen
eric@...

Eric Abrahamsen | 1 Nov 07:52 2007

Re: leopard quick look on TextMate text documents

I see this with .tex files.  I figured it's because TextMate claims various types without declaring a UTI; hence, .tex files aren't recognized as conforming to public.plain-text, so aren't recognized by Spotlight or Quick Look.

The same thing happens in 10.4, when you're using the column view in the Finder, and there's the preview icon on the right. Testfile.txt displays its text in the preview, the same file renamed to Testfile.md doesn't.

––––––––––––––
Eric Abrahamsen




Brian Huddleston | 1 Nov 08:28 2007
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Re: All these crazy key assignments...

I agree, it would be nice to include the inherent key assignments  
from TextMate.  For example: I'm still trying to figure out what  
<ctrl><shift><s> does, and I cannot find it in the menus.  (it makes  
the gutter into a input field, that seems to be some sort of manual  
text selection, but I'm not sure)

----
Brian H
binarynomad@...
http://www.binarynomad.com

On Oct 31, 2007, at 11:47 PM, Eric Abrahamsen wrote:

>> cmd+ctrl+t and then click on the triangle next to the magnifying  
>> glass and choose "key equivalent"
>>
> Good lord, that's wonderful.
> Would there be any way to add the keys for the regular Text and  
> Navigation menu choices in there?
>
>
> ––––––––––––––
> Eric Abrahamsen
> eric@...
>
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