gem install tmbundle-manager --pre # sudo might be needed tmb install elia/avian-missing
tmb update avian-missing
This is a collection of missing features from TextMate 2.0 Alpha. This bundle includes:
⌃⌘S Save Project
The save project command will now create a
.tm_properties in the current file browser folder
projectDirectory set and an example
windowTitle featuring the
current scm-branch and the
application.rb ☛master [awesome-app]
This command also saves the project in the favorities (accessible with
⎋ Character class indifferent completion
TextMate 2 introduced strict …err …clever completion, which will not cross boundaries between character classes anymore. For example in Ruby typing
au and hitting
⎋ for autocompletion will not pick
@autocomplete since they have a leading
@ and the belong to the symbol and instance variable character classes.
This bundle reintroduces the TM1 behavior.
⌃⎋ Cross tab completion
RubyAMP used to have this.
⌃⌥⌘T Open Project directory in terminal
NOTE: requires OSX Lion
Opens the current project directory in the terminal (not really present in TM1, but useful anyway).
By default will open Terminal, if you prefer anoter terminal app you can set in
.tm_properties a variable:
TM_TERMINAL_APP = "iTerm.app"
⌃⌥⌘L Keep current file as reference
…waiting for split panes
Outputs the current source into the bottom html pane, this makes the current file source visible while changing tabs.
Seems that most of the need for split panes is to keep one file as a reference, this solves this particular issue.
⌥⌘, Open the global
Tired of opening
.tm_properties from the terminal or browsing to it by hand?
Now you can just hit
⌥⌘, and bring up your alternative preferences (from you the home folder).
⌃⌥⌘, Open the project
Now you can just hit
⌃⌥⌘, and bring up your alternative preferences (from the current project).
⌘S Strip trailing whitespace on save
TM_STRIP_WHITESPACE_ON_SAVE = true to your
Ending newline fix is included.
BEWARE: The command strips whitespace before writing to disk but not in the editor window, this is a feature to me
but I understand that some users would prefer to have the editor updated. If you're of that kind you'll have to modify the bundle manually
⌃⌘N New File → ⇧⌘N (builtin)
Removed as ⇧⌘N has been introduced as a builtin command.
⌥⏎ Insert new line above
This is like
o which is ⌘⏎) in
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Added some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request
Copyright © 2012 Elia Schito. See MIT-LICENSE for details.