[OS X TeX] LaTeX with TextMate
Adam R. Maxwell
amaxwell at mac.com
Sun Jan 21 19:31:34 EST 2007
On Jan 21, 2007, at 15:58, Charilaos Skiadas wrote:
> On Jan 21, 2007, at 5:41 PM, Michael S. Hanson wrote:
>> 2. How do I get the window that pops up when compiling (like the
>> "Console" in TeXShop) to reappear so that I can actually read the
>> warnings that go whizzing by?
> In the Help inside the LaTeX bundle, look at section "3.4 Preview
And you access that Help via the action menu at the bottom of
TextMate's window, in the LaTeX submenu, right? I occasionally forget
about that when searching the application's Help.
>> 3. Autocompletion does not appear to work for me. If I type in
>> some characters (say, the start of a common LaTeX command) and
>> press [Escape], all I get it a "beep" and nothing else.
> Which command was that? TextMate knows about a bunch of commands,
> for instance typing "\f" and then pressing escape over here cycles
> among \flat, \forall and \frac. But perhaps we have missed some
> Also, in general it is better to generate commands via the "cmd+}"
> combo (that's "cmd+shift+]" in US keyboards). For instance typing
> "sub" and pressing the cmd+} combo creates a subsection. You can set
> all these shortcuts up via the "Edit Configuration File" command.
I just tried this (type "sub", hit cmd-shift-], in a newly created
document via the default LaTeX template. I get
lib/config_helper.rb:18:in /bin/bash: expand_path: couldnt: command
from /Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles/Latex.tmbundle/
Support/lib/config_helper.rb:18:in /bin/bash: -c: line 0: unexpected
EOF while looking for matching `''
/bin/bash: -c: line 2: syntax error: unexpected end of fileload'
Any ideas? If I do this in an empty (unsaved) document set to LaTeX
via the file type popup, I just get a hang and have to use cmd-. to
kill a couple of shell processes. This is with latest TM and svn
checkout to /Library/Application Support/TextMate.
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