Bastien Dejean | 1 Aug 10:55 2010
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Common Lisp TextMate Bundle

I know everyone was waiting for this bundle to be released (-_^)

http://github.com/baskerville/Common-Lisp.tmbundle

A rough & silent tour is available here :

http://www.vimeo.com/13780133

(The link to the 1080p MP4 version is in the bottom right column.)

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Matthew Wallace | 1 Aug 23:43 2010

Flex and Actionscript bundle

Hey all, I am wondering if any of you have any issues using the Flex bundle. The actionscript bundle seems to work great. I am wondering if there have been any improvements to autocomplete in MXML files. Also I may need to check my configuration of the bundle. I don't seem to get any suggestion in the script block for actionscript at all.

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Chris Fonnesbeck | 2 Aug 16:57 2010

This version of TextMate does not support “(null)” in its URL scheme.

When I am debugging python code, I get the following message pop up from TextMate:

This version of TextMate does not support “(null)” in its URL scheme.

Has anyone seen this message and know where it comes from?

Thanks,
cf

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Allan Odgaard | 2 Aug 20:18 2010

Re: This version of TextMate does not support “(null)” in its URL scheme.

On 2 Aug 2010, at 16:57, Chris Fonnesbeck wrote:

> [...] This version of TextMate does not support “(null)” in its URL  
> scheme.
>
> Has anyone seen this message and know where it comes from?

Something is trying to open a txmt:-URL (the message is the response  
from TextMate, as it gets the request, but the actual URL is not  
something TM can make sense of).

Perhaps you could give more info about exactly what you are doing. Are  
you sending Appke Events? How exactly are you debugging Python code?  
etc.

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Simon Gregory | 2 Aug 22:04 2010

Re: Flex and Actionscript bundle

There's no issues, I just haven't got around to supporting autocompletion from within script blocks
embedded in mxml. Although it seems to be pretty stable if you just go ahead and add the right scope
(text.xml.mxml source.actionscript.3.embedded.mxml) to the command, as I have done in my dev branch:

http://github.com/simongregory/actionscript3-tmbundle/blob/sg/Commands/Auto%20Complete.tmCommand

You can do the same thing with the auto import command and it'll add the import to the script block.

Cheers,
Simon

On 1 Aug 2010, at 22:43, Matthew Wallace wrote:

> Hey all, I am wondering if any of you have any issues using the Flex bundle. The actionscript bundle seems to
work great. I am wondering if there have been any improvements to autocomplete in MXML files. Also I may
need to check my configuration of the bundle. I don't seem to get any suggestion in the script block for
actionscript at all.
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Matthew Wallace | 2 Aug 22:32 2010

Re: Flex and Actionscript bundle

Thanks so much for the update Simon.... I will see about adding this and report back any issues if any.



On Mon, Aug 2, 2010 at 3:04 PM, Simon Gregory <simon-iFy773MCJJ1rovVCs/uTlw@public.gmane.org> wrote:
There's no issues, I just haven't got around to supporting autocompletion from within script blocks embedded in mxml. Although it seems to be pretty stable if you just go ahead and add the right scope (text.xml.mxml source.actionscript.3.embedded.mxml) to the command, as I have done in my dev branch:

http://github.com/simongregory/actionscript3-tmbundle/blob/sg/Commands/Auto%20Complete.tmCommand

You can do the same thing with the auto import command and it'll add the import to the script block.

Cheers,
Simon

On 1 Aug 2010, at 22:43, Matthew Wallace wrote:

> Hey all, I am wondering if any of you have any issues using the Flex bundle. The actionscript bundle seems to work great. I am wondering if there have been any improvements to autocomplete in MXML files. Also I may need to check my configuration of the bundle. I don't seem to get any suggestion in the script block for actionscript at all.
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Morgan Packard | 2 Aug 23:44 2010

key command for jump to beginning of text, rather than beginning of line?

I often find myself wanting to place the cursor just left of the first non-whitespace character in a line. I know ctrl-A will get me to the very beginning of the line. Is there another command that will get me just left of the first non-whitespace character?
thanks,
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Dru Kepple | 2 Aug 23:53 2010

Re: key command for jump to beginning of text, rather than beginning of line?

On Aug 2, 2010, at 2:44 PM, Morgan Packard wrote:

> Is there another command that will get me just left of the first non-whitespace character?

Not that I know of, but I find myself doing this:  Command-Left, Option-Right.  That sequence does what
you're asking for.  You can therefore create a macro of those two keystrokes and map it to the key command of
your choosing.

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Keith Solomon | 3 Aug 00:02 2010
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Re: key command for jump to beginning of text, rather than beginning of line?

  On 08-02-2010 4:53 PM, Dru Kepple wrote:
> Not that I know of, but I find myself doing this: Command-Left, 
> Option-Right. That sequence does what you're asking for. You can 
> therefore create a macro of those two keystrokes and map it to the key 
> command of your choosing.
That's a handy trick, but it doesn't quite work for me.  When I use 
Option-Right, if there's a tab at the beginning of a line (a common 
occurrence in CSS and HTML), it skips to the end of the first word 
instead of the beginning.  So if the line is:

<tab>color:

The caret moves to between the "r" and the colon...is there a way to 
avoid this?

Keith

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Dru Kepple | 3 Aug 00:22 2010

Re: key command for jump to beginning of text, rather than beginning of line?


On Aug 2, 2010, at 3:02 PM, Keith Solomon wrote:

 On 08-02-2010 4:53 PM, Dru Kepple wrote:
Not that I know of, but I find myself doing this: Command-Left,
Option-Right.

That's a handy trick, but it doesn't quite work for me.  When I use
Option-Right, if there's a tab at the beginning of a line (a common
occurrence in CSS and HTML), it skips to the end of the first word
instead of the beginning.  So if the line is:

<tab>color:

The caret moves to between the "r" and the colon...is there a way to
avoid this?

Well, that's interesting...I've never noticed that.  Try the same example as you mention only with two tabs
at the beginning.  And that does what I said it would do.  I guess I work a lot in code files where the
indentation is typically at least two-deep.

I'm thinking maybe it's possible to write a Command that matches beginning-of-line + optional
whitespace, and uses the TextMate URL scheme to place the cursor at the appropriate column position. 
Maybe not.  I'm sorry, I don't have a lot of time right now to investigate.

+dru

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