Topic: Textmate question(s)

Hi,
I have just started using textmate as I have bought myself a Mac.
I am gradually getting the hang of the editor but I have a couple of things that I'm not sure about:

1.
When you do Command-t to open a file its great for finding the file if it has a distinctive name but what do you do if you have 25 different "index.rhtml" or something in different view folders. I cant find a way of specifying folder?

2.
If I have two projects open at the same time they dont appear separately in the command-tab list. Its not intuitive how to move from one project to the other....

3.
Again with two projects I'd like to copy and paste a file from one project to the other. I couldn't figure out how to do it and I used Finder.

4.
If I run a "generate migration" from within textmate it says it is "done" but there is no migration file produced....

5.
After manually creating the migration and trying to "migrate to current" from textmate, I get :
RakeMate r

rake aborted! stack level too deep /Users/george/Dropbox/git/paua/rakefile:10 (See full trace by running task with --trace) (in /Users/george/Dropbox/git/paua)
Done

The migration runs fine from the command line.

Any feedback/tips appreciated
Cheers
George

Last edited by giorgio (2010-11-02 16:28:06)

Re: Textmate question(s)

In response to 2. Cmd-backtick swaps between projects, this works on most applications. I was very happy when I found this one as window based alt-tab was the one thing I really missed from my windows machine.

The backtick is on the left of your keyboard, looks like an inverted comma but backwards.