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Error loading bundle in Sublime Text 2 #48

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doctyper opened this Issue Aug 2, 2011 · 8 comments

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doctyper commented Aug 2, 2011

Just upgraded to the official fork, but received this error on launch:

http://d.pr/RSdi

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Can you see anything that might cause this? It's working fine for me on Windows.

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charlesroper commented Aug 2, 2011

Can you see anything that might cause this? It's working fine for me on Windows.

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Oh, I see. ST2 (on at least my install) is expecting the files to be in their respective folders. It works fine when organized like the TextMate branch.

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doctyper commented Aug 2, 2011

Oh, I see. ST2 (on at least my install) is expecting the files to be in their respective folders. It works fine when organized like the TextMate branch.

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The issue is that ST2 caches syntax preferences in Session.sublime_session. I fixed the error by resetting the syntax on SCSS files:

  • Open any .scss file
  • View → Syntax → CSS
  • View → Syntax → SCSS

You might want to add that as a troubleshoot for anyone else that will upgrade (though I may be the only one :).

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doctyper commented Aug 2, 2011

The issue is that ST2 caches syntax preferences in Session.sublime_session. I fixed the error by resetting the syntax on SCSS files:

  • Open any .scss file
  • View → Syntax → CSS
  • View → Syntax → SCSS

You might want to add that as a troubleshoot for anyone else that will upgrade (though I may be the only one :).

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Possibly related: The Toggle Comment command (Edit → Comment → Toggle Comment) is broken for me. Works fine on the previous build.

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doctyper commented Aug 2, 2011

Possibly related: The Toggle Comment command (Edit → Comment → Toggle Comment) is broken for me. Works fine on the previous build.

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Yeah, it's broken for me too. I'm not sure why that is so. Would you open an new issue? Thanks.

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charlesroper commented Aug 2, 2011

Yeah, it's broken for me too. I'm not sure why that is so. Would you open an new issue? Thanks.

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FichteFoll Jan 4, 2013

Btw, it might be the time to remove this notice in the Readme since there probably won't be any people updating after about a year.

FichteFoll commented Jan 4, 2013

Btw, it might be the time to remove this notice in the Readme since there probably won't be any people updating after about a year.

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Notice was removed a while ago, do you see it?

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stephenway commented Jan 4, 2013

Notice was removed a while ago, do you see it?

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FichteFoll Jan 4, 2013

Ah, you're right about the master branch, it seems like whatever linked me to this repo linked to the SublimeText2 branch.

FichteFoll commented Jan 4, 2013

Ah, you're right about the master branch, it seems like whatever linked me to this repo linked to the SublimeText2 branch.

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