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February 17, 2013, at 13:30 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Moved to GitHub
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  1. Editing
    1. The new completion method gets confused when variables, etc are prefixed with a character in some cases but not others. Is there a way to improve this?

[This article](http://blog.macromates.com/2012/clever-completion/ "TextMate Blog » Clever Completion") explains how (word) “units” are setup in 2.0 and this is what completion uses. I.e. ‘:symbol’ is a different unit than ‘symbol’ so one is not suggested when completing the other.

There is no way to “fix” this other than make changes to what is considered a unit. The source bundle has these settings, but it also affects word movement, double-click, etc.

  1. Is is possible to have trailing whitespace removed when a file is saved?

There are currently two possible ways to do this both using the semantic class system:

You can use `callback.document.export` which will filter the document that is saved to disk, but not update the copy inside TextMate. The inverse is also possible with `callback.document.will-save` where the copy inside TextMate will be updated before saving.

  1. Is is possible to disable soft wrap?

There is a toggle in the View menu to turn on/off soft wrap. This stores the setting “for the current file type”.

Even with soft wrap disabled there are setting items in the Source bundle to enable indented soft wrap for comments in source files. These can be disabled by unchecking the "Enable this item" checkbox in the bundle editor.

  1. In 1.x a return between `{}` was treated specially giving you an indented caret on a blank line, this no longer works in the alpha.

This is a complicated issue that was explained best in [this mailing list post](http://lists.macromates.com/textmate/2012-January/034108.html "[TxMt] Re: Indentation (TM2 R bundle)").

  1. Indentation isn't behaving correctly in some languages, how can I correct this?

The indentation rules have been given a higher importance now which means that some languages have rules that aren't quite good enough anymore. For bundle authors and those that want to get their hands dirty [the guide to indentation rules](http://manual.macromates.com/en/appendix#indentation_rules.html "TextMate Manual » Appendix") is in the 1.x manual.

There are of course some languages where having indentation rules at all doesn't make sense like Python where the indentation is based on whitespace rather than other delimiters. For these languages you can disable the automated indentation entirely by making a new settings item, scoped to the language, containing:

	{ disableIndentCorrections = :true; }

If you'd rather disable the indentations entirely you can do the same and just not give it a scope to make it global.

  1. Projects
    1. Where have the project files from 1.x gone?

Explicit project files are currently not supported. When you open a folder then that folder is treated as a project, i.e. the file chooser (⌘T) and folder search (⇧⌘F) will default to this folder.

You can custmize settings for a folder with a [.tm_properties file](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/git-style-configuration/ "TextMate Blog » Git Style Configuration").

Allan has made a couple posts in a longer thread about this topic:

- [On how project files no longer are needed](http://lists.macromates.com/textmate/2011-December/033403.html "[TxMt] Re: Projects are gone in TM2?"). - [Some background on this choice](http://lists.macromates.com/textmate/2011-December/033522.html "[TxMt] Re: Projects are gone in TM2?").

  1. How do I have a project containing files/folders from different locations of a file system?

With the directory-centered focus this is no longer directly possible, however you can use a directory containing symlinks to the various other directories and files.

Note that by default Find in Folder does not follow symlinks. See other FAQ item on how to make it follow symlinks.

  1. Interface
    1. Aliased/linked folders in the file browser are not expandable.

This is similar to how Finder treats links and there is presently no way to have them expand inline.

  1. Known Limitations
    1. I cannot get my bundles to appear inside TextMate?

First make sure you are placing them in the [right location](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/locating-bundles/ "TextMate Blog » Locating Bundles"). Second is to make sure they are on a drive that supports fs-events, generally this means a local HFS+ drive. There does however seem to be a bug with HFS+ where fs-events fails to work after a user has been using Dropbox to sync folders.

  1. I am seeing incorrect results after using a Replace All in Find in Folder.

Find in Folder currently expects all files to be UTF-8 encoded, if your files do not match this assumption you should presently avoid using this feature.

  1. How do I get a web preview window that updates as I edit an HTML document?

The current plan is to generalize the update mechanism through the semantic class system so it can be used in more cases. This is however not implemented yet and is subject to change.

  1. Will printing support be improved from 1.x?

If it’s not there and was there in 1.x, it’s most likely that we haven’t gotten around to doing it yet. Of course 2.0 will get a printing feature.

  1. Can [rmate](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/mate-and-rmate/ "TextMate Blog » mate and rmate") be used to open directories?

No — `rmate` simply sends a file back and forth. Opening a folder is way more complex.

  1. Search
    1. Is it possible to bring back "Replace & Find" and "Replace" buttons in the search window of TextMate 2.0?

There will be a Replace action at some point. For now you can put the replace string on the regular clipboard and alternate between ⌘G (Find Next) and ⌘V (replace match) — only caveat is that it won’t work when the replace string is a format string (i.e. regular expression replacements).

  1. Is it possible to have Find in Folder follow symlinks?

In the Find in Folder window is a pop-down menu next to the disclosure triangle in the results header.

First item is “Symbolic Links” and causes the search to follow symbolic links.

This will not resolve aliases created with Finder.

  1. Bundle Items
    1. Using Duplicate Line with multiple carets produces an error.

Duplicate Line is implemented as a command. Presently these are not supported (per se) for multiple carets.

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[Moved to GitHub](https://github.com/textmate/textmate/wiki/FAQ).

February 17, 2013, at 13:22 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Update FAQ
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  1. General
    1. What will it cost to upgrade to 2.0 when it is released?

The upgrade to 2.0 will be free of charge with the exception of those licenses purchased through MacHeist. The upgrade fee for MacHeist users has not been determined.

  1. Will the final version be available on the Mac App Store?

Due to many limitations of the App Store this will not be possible.

  1. When will the next update to the alpha be released?

Updates will not follow a regular schedule as work in various areas will take varied lengths of time to complete.

  1. How can I submit bug reports?

See our [contact page](http://macromates.com/contact "Contact — TextMate") for how you can email us, please give a detailed description of the bug and which build you are running (visible in About TextMate in the TextMate menu).

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  1. The new completion method gets confused when variables, etc are prefixed with a character in some cases but not others. Is there a way to improve this?
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  1. The new completion method gets confused when variables, etc are prefixed with a character in some cases but not others. Is there a way to improve this?
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  1. Is is possible to have trailing whitespace removed when a file is saved?
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  1. Is is possible to have trailing whitespace removed when a file is saved?
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You can use `callback.document.export` which will filter the document that is saved to disk, but not update the copy inside TextMate. The inverse is also possible with `callback.document.did-save` where the copy inside TextMate would get updated but not the copy on disk until the file was saved again.

A `will-save` callback is likely to follow, but some planned refactoring is causing this to not be added right away.

  1. Is is possible to disable soft wrap?

There are three items that deal with how soft wrap behaves:

1. There is a toggle in the View menu to turn on/off soft wrap, this is currently only a temporary toggle and not remembered. 2. There is a setting included in the default `.tm_properties` file that enables soft wrap for any files with a root scope of `text`. This can be disabled with the following setting in your `~/.tm_properties` file:

		[ text ]
		softWrap = false

	[More information on .tm_properties files](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/git-style-configuration/ "TextMate Blog » Git Style Configuration").

3. Lastly there are setting items in the Source bundle to enable indented soft wrap for comments in source files. These can be disabled by clicking the "Enable this item" checkbox in the bundle editor.

  1. In 1.x a return between `{}` was treated specially giving you an indented caret on a blank line, this no longer works in the alpha.
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You can use `callback.document.export` which will filter the document that is saved to disk, but not update the copy inside TextMate. The inverse is also possible with `callback.document.will-save` where the copy inside TextMate will be updated before saving.

  1. Is is possible to disable soft wrap?

There is a toggle in the View menu to turn on/off soft wrap. This stores the setting “for the current file type”.

Even with soft wrap disabled there are setting items in the Source bundle to enable indented soft wrap for comments in source files. These can be disabled by unchecking the "Enable this item" checkbox in the bundle editor.

  1. In 1.x a return between `{}` was treated specially giving you an indented caret on a blank line, this no longer works in the alpha.
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  1. Indentation isn't behaving correctly in some languages, how can I correct this?
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  1. Indentation isn't behaving correctly in some languages, how can I correct this?
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  1. Where have the project files from 1.x gone?

Project files are no longer needed to have a project. At first the 'project' will be whatever the directory is in the sidebar, but this can be customized with a [.tm_properties file](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/git-style-configuration/ "TextMate Blog » Git Style Configuration"), the key you want to set is:

	projectDirectory = "$CWD"

Having this in the `.tm_properties` file in a folder will cause TextMate to treat it as a project which affects the default folder for Go to File (⌘T), Find in Folder (⇧⌘F) and similar.

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  1. Where have the project files from 1.x gone?

Explicit project files are currently not supported. When you open a folder then that folder is treated as a project, i.e. the file chooser (⌘T) and folder search (⇧⌘F) will default to this folder.

You can custmize settings for a folder with a [.tm_properties file](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/git-style-configuration/ "TextMate Blog » Git Style Configuration").

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  1. When using "Go → Current Document", the File Browser changes to the containing directory. Is there any way to get it to stay in the project folder? Sort of a 'pin to project folder' type option?

No, but the request is being considered.

  1. How do I have a project containing files/folders from different locations of a file system?
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  1. How do I have a project containing files/folders from different locations of a file system?
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  1. Aliased/linked folders in the file browser are not expandable.

This is similar to how Finder treats links and is unlikely to be changed as links can reference non-existing items, be recursive, and resolving an alias can cause volumes to be mounted.

  1. How do I create a new file in a project or the file browser?

The current way is to use the shortcut ⌥⌘N to create a new tab, when you save this tab it will default to the current or selected directory in the sidebar. When providing the file name (in the save dialog) you can use brace expansion to create multiple files, e.g.: MyView.{mm,h}`.

  1. Is it possible to move the file browser to the right side of the window?

There is an [expert preference](http://wiki.macromates.com/FAQ/TextMate2ExpertPreferences) for this.

  1. Performance
    1. Everything I do in the alpha is very slow/unresponsive, how can I correct this?

There are currently two main issues that cause overall sluggishness:

1. In some cases the clipboard history in preferences can grow to be so large that it causes a slowdown. Removing the preferences will solve this, the preferences are located at:

		/Users/«yourname»/Library/Preferences/com.macromates.TextMate.preview.plist

2. Having too many folders expanded in the file browser, the solution here being to minimize the folders that are expanded at any one time. Hint: Option-clicking the disclosure triangles in the file browser will expand/collapse recursively.

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  1. Aliased/linked folders in the file browser are not expandable.

This is similar to how Finder treats links and there is presently no way to have them expand inline.

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  1. SCM badges (git, svn, etc) are not appearing in my project?

This currently requires an HFS+ based USB-connected drive. Thus remote drives, Dropbox, (encrypted) DMGs, etc will not work.

  1. I cannot get my bundles to appear inside TextMate?

First make sure you are placing them in the [right location](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/locating-bundles/ "TextMate Blog » Locating Bundles"). Second is to make sure they are on a drive that supports fsevents, generally this means a local HFS+ drive, notably syncing bundles via Dropbox will not work.

  1. I am seeing incorrect results after using a Replace All in Find in Folder.

Find in Folder currently expects all files to be UTF-8 encoded with LF-delimited lines, if your files do not match this assumption you should avoid using this feature.

  1. I am having an issue inputting Japanese/Chinese/etc characters.

It is a known issue that not all input methods currently work as intended, to help us improve this please refer to [this mailing list post](http://lists.macromates.com/textmate/2011-December/033517.html "Re: [TM2] Japanese-support not correctly working").

  1. How do I get a web preview window that updates as I edit an HTML document?
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  1. I cannot get my bundles to appear inside TextMate?

First make sure you are placing them in the [right location](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/locating-bundles/ "TextMate Blog » Locating Bundles"). Second is to make sure they are on a drive that supports fs-events, generally this means a local HFS+ drive. There does however seem to be a bug with HFS+ where fs-events fails to work after a user has been using Dropbox to sync folders.

  1. I am seeing incorrect results after using a Replace All in Find in Folder.

Find in Folder currently expects all files to be UTF-8 encoded, if your files do not match this assumption you should presently avoid using this feature.

  1. How do I get a web preview window that updates as I edit an HTML document?
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  1. Will printing support be improved from 1.x?
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  1. Will printing support be improved from 1.x?
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  1. When I close the final tab in a window the entire window closes, is there a way to change/stop this?

This is a common request and is likely to change in a future build.

  1. The behavior of ⌃K does not function as it did in 1.x, is it possible to get the old behavior back?

This has not been implemented yet, you can try overriding the key with a macro but that is an exercise left up to you.

  1. Can [rmate](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/mate-and-rmate/ "TextMate Blog » mate and rmate") be used to open directories?
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  1. Can [rmate](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/mate-and-rmate/ "TextMate Blog » mate and rmate") be used to open directories?
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  1. Is it possible to bring back "Replace & Find" and "Replace" buttons in the search window of TextMate 2.0?
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  1. Is it possible to bring back "Replace & Find" and "Replace" buttons in the search window of TextMate 2.0?
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  1. Is it possible to have Find in Folder follow symlinks?
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  1. Is it possible to have Find in Folder follow symlinks?
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  1. Using Duplicate Line with multiple carets produces an error.
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  1. Using Duplicate Line with multiple carets produces an error.
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  1. When I try to use a SCM bundle command I get a permission denied error?

We’ve seen a handful of reports from users with a passphrase on their ssh key reporting that it fails in TM2 but works in TM1.x.

Unfortunately I have no idea why it is able to get the passphrase (presumably from Keychain) in 1.x but not 2.0.

Only workaround so far is to remove the passphrase from the ssh key.

February 27, 2012, at 06:07 UTC by Infininight - Added indentation question.
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  1. Indentation isn't behaving correctly in some languages, how can I correct this?

The indentation rules have been given a higher importance now which means that some languages have rules that aren't quite good enough anymore. For bundle authors and those that want to get their hands dirty [the guide to indentation rules](http://manual.macromates.com/en/appendix#indentation_rules.html "TextMate Manual » Appendix") is in the 1.x manual.

There are of course some languages where having indentation rules at all doesn't make sense like Python where the indentation is based on whitespace rather than other delimiters. For these languages you can disable the automated indentation entirely by making a new settings item, scoped to the language, containing:

	{ disableIndentCorrections = :true; }

If you'd rather disable the indentations entirely you can do the same and just not give it a scope to make it global.

February 24, 2012, at 09:15 UTC by Infininight - Added question about indention in {}
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  1. In 1.x a return between `{}` was treated specially giving you an indented caret on a blank line, this no longer works in the alpha.

This is a complicated issue that was explained best in [this mailing list post](http://lists.macromates.com/textmate/2012-January/034108.html "[TxMt] Re: Indentation (TM2 R bundle)").

February 24, 2012, at 08:20 UTC by Infininight - Correct link to expert prefs.
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  1. 2.0 Alpha FAQ
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There is an [expert preference](http://example.com/) for this.

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There is an [expert preference](http://wiki.macromates.com/FAQ/TextMate2ExpertPreferences) for this.

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Note that this page only collects information that has been released about TextMate 2. Please do not post unanswered questions here, as the developer will not address them.


Q: Is TextMate 2 still in development, or has it been abandoned?

TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated Sept 26th, 2011. "There will be a public alpha release this year, before Christmas, for registered users.") Allan blogged about it here: http://blog.macromates.com/2011/whats-next/


Q: Won't Allan hire more developers so we can get TM2 sooner?

It has been tried. Turns out managing people is in itself a full time job :)


Q: When will TM2 be released?

[...] there is no ETA, and I won’t speak about timing before I am certain I can provide an (alpha/beta) release within the next month — because really, the more I say, the more people ask, and having to answer the same questions over and over again is (for me) mentally exhausting.
So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever and be positively surprised the day it is released :).

– Oct 24, 2007, at 23:43 CEST, Allan Odgaard


Q: Will TM2 run on older versions of Mac OS X like Tiger or Panther?

No, according to this blog post, TM2 will only run on Leopard.


Q: Will TM2 be a free upgrade?

Yes. Except for users who got TM1 as part of the MacHeist package. The MacHeist TM1 license will require an upgrade fee in order to upgrade to TM2. (source).


Q: Will TM2 support mouse gestures?

Maybe.


Q: Will TM2 allow background images in themes?

Doubtful.


Q: Will TM2 provide event hooks, e.g. to trigger audio-feedback in order to notify the user when word wrapping happens?

Yes, there will be a growl-like system with “events” that the user can hook into (i.e. setup an action for), and “find wraps” will be a very good candidate for that. (source).


Q: What other features will TM2 have?

Unknown, but Peter Haza offers some speculation.


Q: Does TM2 have a goofy codename yet?

Yes: "Avian".


Q: Could TM2 be considered as "vaporware"?

Yes, according to the well-known wired-magazine.

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  1. 2.0 Alpha FAQ
    1. General
      1. What will it cost to upgrade to 2.0 when it is released?

The upgrade to 2.0 will be free of charge with the exception of those licenses purchased through MacHeist. The upgrade fee for MacHeist users has not been determined.

  1. Will the final version be available on the Mac App Store?

Due to many limitations of the App Store this will not be possible.

  1. When will the next update to the alpha be released?

Updates will not follow a regular schedule as work in various areas will take varied lengths of time to complete.

  1. How can I submit bug reports?

See our [contact page](http://macromates.com/contact "Contact — TextMate") for how you can email us, please give a detailed description of the bug and which build you are running (visible in About TextMate in the TextMate menu).

  1. Editing
    1. The new completion method gets confused when variables, etc are prefixed with a character in some cases but not others. Is there a way to improve this?

[This article](http://blog.macromates.com/2012/clever-completion/ "TextMate Blog » Clever Completion") explains how (word) “units” are setup in 2.0 and this is what completion uses. I.e. ‘:symbol’ is a different unit than ‘symbol’ so one is not suggested when completing the other.

There is no way to “fix” this other than make changes to what is considered a unit. The source bundle has these settings, but it also affects word movement, double-click, etc.

  1. Is is possible to have trailing whitespace removed when a file is saved?

There are currently two possible ways to do this both using the semantic class system:

You can use `callback.document.export` which will filter the document that is saved to disk, but not update the copy inside TextMate. The inverse is also possible with `callback.document.did-save` where the copy inside TextMate would get updated but not the copy on disk until the file was saved again.

A `will-save` callback is likely to follow, but some planned refactoring is causing this to not be added right away.

  1. Is is possible to disable soft wrap?

There are three items that deal with how soft wrap behaves:

1. There is a toggle in the View menu to turn on/off soft wrap, this is currently only a temporary toggle and not remembered. 2. There is a setting included in the default `.tm_properties` file that enables soft wrap for any files with a root scope of `text`. This can be disabled with the following setting in your `~/.tm_properties` file:

		[ text ]
		softWrap = false

	[More information on .tm_properties files](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/git-style-configuration/ "TextMate Blog » Git Style Configuration").

3. Lastly there are setting items in the Source bundle to enable indented soft wrap for comments in source files. These can be disabled by clicking the "Enable this item" checkbox in the bundle editor.

  1. Projects
    1. Where have the project files from 1.x gone?

Project files are no longer needed to have a project. At first the 'project' will be whatever the directory is in the sidebar, but this can be customized with a [.tm_properties file](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/git-style-configuration/ "TextMate Blog » Git Style Configuration"), the key you want to set is:

	projectDirectory = "$CWD"

Having this in the `.tm_properties` file in a folder will cause TextMate to treat it as a project which affects the default folder for Go to File (⌘T), Find in Folder (⇧⌘F) and similar.

Allan has made a couple posts in a longer thread about this topic:

- [On how project files no longer are needed](http://lists.macromates.com/textmate/2011-December/033403.html "[TxMt] Re: Projects are gone in TM2?"). - [Some background on this choice](http://lists.macromates.com/textmate/2011-December/033522.html "[TxMt] Re: Projects are gone in TM2?").

  1. When using "Go → Current Document", the File Browser changes to the containing directory. Is there any way to get it to stay in the project folder? Sort of a 'pin to project folder' type option?

No, but the request is being considered.

  1. How do I have a project containing files/folders from different locations of a file system?

With the directory-centered focus this is no longer directly possible, however you can use a directory containing symlinks to the various other directories and files.

Note that by default Find in Folder does not follow symlinks. See other FAQ item on how to make it follow symlinks.

  1. Interface
    1. Aliased/linked folders in the file browser are not expandable.

This is similar to how Finder treats links and is unlikely to be changed as links can reference non-existing items, be recursive, and resolving an alias can cause volumes to be mounted.

  1. How do I create a new file in a project or the file browser?

The current way is to use the shortcut ⌥⌘N to create a new tab, when you save this tab it will default to the current or selected directory in the sidebar. When providing the file name (in the save dialog) you can use brace expansion to create multiple files, e.g.: MyView.{mm,h}`.

  1. Is it possible to move the file browser to the right side of the window?

There is an [expert preference](http://example.com/) for this.

  1. Performance
    1. Everything I do in the alpha is very slow/unresponsive, how can I correct this?

There are currently two main issues that cause overall sluggishness:

1. In some cases the clipboard history in preferences can grow to be so large that it causes a slowdown. Removing the preferences will solve this, the preferences are located at:

		/Users/«yourname»/Library/Preferences/com.macromates.TextMate.preview.plist

2. Having too many folders expanded in the file browser, the solution here being to minimize the folders that are expanded at any one time. Hint: Option-clicking the disclosure triangles in the file browser will expand/collapse recursively.

  1. Known Limitations
    1. SCM badges (git, svn, etc) are not appearing in my project?

This currently requires an HFS+ based USB-connected drive. Thus remote drives, Dropbox, (encrypted) DMGs, etc will not work.

  1. I cannot get my bundles to appear inside TextMate?

First make sure you are placing them in the [right location](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/locating-bundles/ "TextMate Blog » Locating Bundles"). Second is to make sure they are on a drive that supports fsevents, generally this means a local HFS+ drive, notably syncing bundles via Dropbox will not work.

  1. I am seeing incorrect results after using a Replace All in Find in Folder.

Find in Folder currently expects all files to be UTF-8 encoded with LF-delimited lines, if your files do not match this assumption you should avoid using this feature.

  1. I am having an issue inputting Japanese/Chinese/etc characters.

It is a known issue that not all input methods currently work as intended, to help us improve this please refer to [this mailing list post](http://lists.macromates.com/textmate/2011-December/033517.html "Re: [TM2] Japanese-support not correctly working").

  1. How do I get a web preview window that updates as I edit an HTML document?

The current plan is to generalize the update mechanism through the semantic class system so it can be used in more cases. This is however not implemented yet and is subject to change.

  1. Will printing support be improved from 1.x?

If it’s not there and was there in 1.x, it’s most likely that we haven’t gotten around to doing it yet. Of course 2.0 will get a printing feature.

  1. When I close the final tab in a window the entire window closes, is there a way to change/stop this?

This is a common request and is likely to change in a future build.

  1. The behavior of ⌃K does not function as it did in 1.x, is it possible to get the old behavior back?

This has not been implemented yet, you can try overriding the key with a macro but that is an exercise left up to you.

  1. Can [rmate](http://blog.macromates.com/2011/mate-and-rmate/ "TextMate Blog » mate and rmate") be used to open directories?

No — `rmate` simply sends a file back and forth. Opening a folder is way more complex.

  1. Search
    1. Is it possible to bring back "Replace & Find" and "Replace" buttons in the search window of TextMate 2.0?

There will be a Replace action at some point. For now you can put the replace string on the regular clipboard and alternate between ⌘G (Find Next) and ⌘V (replace match) — only caveat is that it won’t work when the replace string is a format string (i.e. regular expression replacements).

  1. Is it possible to have Find in Folder follow symlinks?

In the Find in Folder window is a pop-down menu next to the disclosure triangle in the results header.

First item is “Symbolic Links” and causes the search to follow symbolic links.

This will not resolve aliases created with Finder.

  1. Bundle Items
    1. Using Duplicate Line with multiple carets produces an error.

Duplicate Line is implemented as a command. Presently these are not supported (per se) for multiple carets.

  1. When I try to use a SCM bundle command I get a permission denied error?

We’ve seen a handful of reports from users with a passphrase on their ssh key reporting that it fails in TM2 but works in TM1.x.

Unfortunately I have no idea why it is able to get the passphrase (presumably from Keychain) in 1.x but not 2.0.

Only workaround so far is to remove the passphrase from the ssh key. (:markdownend:)

September 26, 2011, at 16:19 UTC by Thomas Aylott - There will be a public alpha release this year
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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated July 13th, 2010. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.) Allan blogged about it here: http://blog.macromates.com/2009/working-on-it/

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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated Sept 26th, 2011. "There will be a public alpha release this year, before Christmas, for registered users.") Allan blogged about it here: http://blog.macromates.com/2011/whats-next/

October 07, 2010, at 18:57 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Update bit about hiring help
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Allan has hired Ciarán Walsh full-time to assist with TM2 development. Ciarán has made several TextMate 1 plugins, including ProjectPlus.

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It has been tried. Turns out managing people is in itself a full time job :)

October 07, 2010, at 18:56 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Remove fake release date
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TM2 is schedule for release at the end of October 2010

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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated July 13th, 2010. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.) Allan blogged about it here: http://blog.macromates.com/2009/working-on-it/

October 07, 2010, at 16:06 UTC by Allan - Release date updated
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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated July 13th, 2010. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.) Allan blogged about it here: http://blog.macromates.com/2009/working-on-it/

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TM2 is schedule for release at the end of October 2010

October 04, 2010, at 16:49 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Restore actual code name
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Yes: "Nessie".

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Yes: "Avian".

September 20, 2010, at 18:17 UTC by Joe Mahma -
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Yes: "Avian".

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Yes: "Nessie".

July 13, 2010, at 19:28 UTC by bla0 - Fixing vandalism
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Officially abandoned.

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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated July 13th, 2010. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.) Allan blogged about it here: http://blog.macromates.com/2009/working-on-it/

July 13, 2010, at 19:22 UTC by PoppaMooya - CHanges
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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.) Allan blogged about it here: http://blog.macromates.com/2009/working-on-it/

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Officially abandoned.

June 22, 2010, at 20:52 UTC by NFF - Snow Leopard is not an 'older version(s)' of Mac OS X, and Yeti is not any version of OS X at all.
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Q: Will TM2 run on older versions of Mac OS X like Snow Leopard or Yeti?

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Q: Will TM2 run on older versions of Mac OS X like Tiger or Panther?

June 21, 2010, at 13:44 UTC by e - Updated Mac OS X release names.
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Q: Will TM2 run on older versions of Mac OS X like Tiger or Panther?

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Q: Will TM2 run on older versions of Mac OS X like Snow Leopard or Yeti?

April 02, 2010, at 20:37 UTC by e - Added further fact to collection.
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Yes: "Avian".

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Yes: "Avian".


Q: Could TM2 be considered as "vaporware"?

Yes, according to the well-known wired-magazine.

February 08, 2010, at 03:39 UTC by guns - Remove vandalism?
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Yes: "Avian".


Q: Will TM2 ever come out?

No. It's been nearly 4 years and I can't be bothered anymore.

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Yes: "Avian".

February 07, 2010, at 07:09 UTC by Allan -
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Yes: "Avian".

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Yes: "Avian".


Q: Will TM2 ever come out?

No. It's been nearly 4 years and I can't be bothered anymore.

September 21, 2009, at 19:31 UTC by Kenneth Reitz - Removed Less than Desirable Section
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Q: Where can I bitch about TextMate 2 not having been released yet?

The internet offers you many exciting new ways to express yourself: Twitter, Facebook, Livejournal, etc. Be creative and use any of these venues as you see fit rather than vandalize this page, thanks!

September 17, 2009, at 21:32 UTC by MC - Mike, stop being a douche. Go switch to BBedit or something; leave the poor guy alone.
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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2000. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.)

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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.)

September 16, 2009, at 20:54 UTC by Mike X Oconnell -
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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.)

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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2000. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.)

September 14, 2009, at 15:26 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Another stupid edit… maybe I should just officially cancel TM2 and shutdown the site
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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2001. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.)

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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.)

September 13, 2009, at 18:56 UTC by Mike X Oconnell -
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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.)

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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2001. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.)

September 13, 2009, at 15:16 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Add question about where to bitch about TM2
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Q: Where can I bitch about TextMate 2 not having been released yet?

The internet offers you many exciting new ways to express yourself: Twitter, Facebook, Livejournal, etc. Be creative and use any of these venues as you see fit rather than vandalize this page, thanks!

September 13, 2009, at 15:15 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Another disrespectful user
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TM2 is no longer being actively developed. Allan apparently can't afford to keep his customers happy any longer, even after charging $65 per lisense. He needs to stop "tending to the community" and just write TextMate 2 already. We're all tired of your excuses. Sick. And. Tired. It's been 5 years, Allan. 5 fucking years. If you're never going to release it, you might as well be honest about it.

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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.) Allan blogged about it here: http://blog.macromates.com/2009/working-on-it/

September 13, 2009, at 09:17 UTC by Mike X Oconnell - Spoke the truth from my heart.
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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.) Allan blogged about it here: http://blog.macromates.com/2009/working-on-it/

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TM2 is no longer being actively developed. Allan apparently can't afford to keep his customers happy any longer, even after charging $65 per lisense. He needs to stop "tending to the community" and just write TextMate 2 already. We're all tired of your excuses. Sick. And. Tired. It's been 5 years, Allan. 5 fucking years. If you're never going to release it, you might as well be honest about it.

September 13, 2009, at 05:36 UTC by CrimsonScythe - reverted vandalism
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TM2 is officially abandoned. Allan simply doesn't have the time anymore.

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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.) Allan blogged about it here: http://blog.macromates.com/2009/working-on-it/

September 13, 2009, at 02:54 UTC by allan -
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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.) Allan blogged about it here: http://blog.macromates.com/2009/working-on-it/

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TM2 is officially abandoned. Allan simply doesn't have the time anymore.

September 12, 2009, at 21:15 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Stop editing my quote! It’s a quote for God’s sake! The DN reference was because it was vaporwar
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[...] there is no ETA, and I won’t speak about timing before I am certain I can provide an (alpha/beta) release within the next month -- because really, the more I say, the more people ask, and having to answer the same questions over and over again is (for me) mentally exhausting.
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[...] there is no ETA, and I won’t speak about timing before I am certain I can provide an (alpha/beta) release within the next month — because really, the more I say, the more people ask, and having to answer the same questions over and over again is (for me) mentally exhausting.
So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever and be positively surprised the day it is released :).
September 06, 2009, at 01:37 UTC by The Duke - Updated to remove Duke Nukem Forever reference, as it has been cancelled.
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So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever and be positively surprised the day it is released :).
June 17, 2009, at 07:00 UTC by Allan Odgaard - Removed subjective statements from anonymous users
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So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever (cancelled in May 2009 after 12 years with no release) and be positively surprised the day it is released :) (or use another editor like TextWrangler, at least the development is obviously active).
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So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever and be positively surprised the day it is released :).
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No, according to this blog post, TM2 will only run on Leopard. Since the development of TM2 has lasted through the entire duration of Leopard's official lifespan, you can now simply upgrade to Snow Leopard and free yourself from thinking about TextMate!

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No, according to this blog post, TM2 will only run on Leopard.

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Yes: "Avian". Or possibly "Sasquatch".

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Yes: "Avian".

June 14, 2009, at 18:59 UTC by Henrik N -
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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated April 7, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.) Should have been dated April 1st. Ha, ha, Duke Nuk'em, big joke, how long will YOU wait?

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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated June 14, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.) Allan blogged about it here: http://blog.macromates.com/2009/working-on-it/

June 13, 2009, at 19:01 UTC by Mynameisned - New codename proposal
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Yes: "Avian".

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Yes: "Avian". Or possibly "Sasquatch".

June 13, 2009, at 18:51 UTC by Mynameisned - Clarify target OS for TM2
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[...] there is no ETA, and I won’t speak about timing before I am certain I can provide an (alpha/beta) release within the next month -- because really, the more I say, the more people ask, and having to answer the same questions over and over again is (for me) mentally exhausting.
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[...] there is no ETA, and I won’t speak about timing before I am certain I can provide an (alpha/beta) release within the next month -- because really, the more I say, the more people ask, and having to answer the same questions over and over again is (for me) mentally exhausting.
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No, as detailed in this blog post.

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No, according to this blog post, TM2 will only run on Leopard. Since the development of TM2 has lasted through the entire duration of Leopard's official lifespan, you can now simply upgrade to Snow Leopard and free yourself from thinking about TextMate!

June 12, 2009, at 21:42 UTC by Disgruntled TextMate Needs A Get Satisfaction Page - Humph
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So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever (cancelled in May 2009 after 12 years with no release) and be positively surprised the day it is released :) (or use another editor like [[http://www.barebones.com/products/TextWrangler/]TextWrangler], at least the development is obviously active).
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So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever (cancelled in May 2009 after 12 years with no release) and be positively surprised the day it is released :) (or use another editor like TextWrangler, at least the development is obviously active).
June 12, 2009, at 21:41 UTC by Disgruntled TextMate Needs A Get Satisfaction Page -
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So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever (cancelled in May 2009 after 12 years with no release) and be positively surprised the day it is released :)
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So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever (cancelled in May 2009 after 12 years with no release) and be positively surprised the day it is released :) (or use another editor like [[http://www.barebones.com/products/TextWrangler/]TextWrangler], at least the development is obviously active).
June 03, 2009, at 03:17 UTC by Annoyed Customer -
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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated April 7, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.)

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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated April 7, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.) Should have been dated April 1st. Ha, ha, Duke Nuk'em, big joke, how long will YOU wait?

May 10, 2009, at 17:43 UTC by bubblegum - Updating to reflect that Duke Nukem Forever is never coming out.
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So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever and be positively surprised the day it is released :)
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So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever (cancelled in May 2009 after 12 years with no release) and be positively surprised the day it is released :)
April 27, 2009, at 17:15 UTC by Etiquette Check -
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Yes: "Avian". Update 2009-04-27: The codename has been changed to "Dead Duck" to reflect the actual progress on the project.

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Yes: "Avian".

April 27, 2009, at 10:58 UTC by stu - Reality check.
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Yes: "Avian".

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Yes: "Avian". Update 2009-04-27: The codename has been changed to "Dead Duck" to reflect the actual progress on the project.

April 14, 2009, at 19:49 UTC by Really -
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This should have been dated April 1st. This project is now just a sad joke.

Can anyone change the contents of this page???

I don't remember it being like that before.

But, oh well, whatever.

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I don't remember it being like that before.

But, oh well, whatever.

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Can anyone change the contents of this page???

April 13, 2009, at 01:07 UTC by the world - Pointed out that "TextMate development" is an oxymoron
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This should have been dated April 1st. This project is now just a sad joke.

April 07, 2009, at 18:26 UTC by Henrik N -
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TM2 is being actively developed (April 7, 2009).

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TM2 is being actively developed. If this text is still here, that is still the case. (Last updated April 7, 2009. Allan stresses that no release is "around the corner" yet.)

April 07, 2009, at 18:22 UTC by Henrik N -
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TM2 is being actively developed (November 23, 2008).

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TM2 is being actively developed (April 7, 2009).

March 27, 2009, at 20:22 UTC by Sam Aaron - Remove sarcastic and useless QA pair
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Yes: "Avian".


Q: Is there a place to suggest new features for TM2?

Yes: Scream them into an empty 2 liter bottle of Coke, and mail it to your closest dead relative. "CodeOfficer".

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Yes: "Avian".

March 23, 2009, at 17:16 UTC by JJ -
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Q: Is there a place to suggest new features for TM2?

Yes: Scream them into an empty 2 liter bottle of Coke, and mail it to your closest dead relative. "CodeOfficer".

March 20, 2009, at 15:53 UTC by Sam Aaron - Remove sarcastic comment
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Q: Is there a place to suggest new features for TM2?

Yes: Scream them into an empty 2 liter bottle of Coke, and mail it to your closest dead relative. "CodeOfficer".

March 12, 2009, at 19:45 UTC by Nilium - Fixin' some spellings.
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Yes: Scream them into am empty 2 liter bottle of coke, and mail it to your closest dead relative. "CodeOfficer".

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Yes: Scream them into an empty 2 liter bottle of Coke, and mail it to your closest dead relative. "CodeOfficer".

March 12, 2009, at 19:41 UTC by CodeOfficer -
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Yes: "Avian".

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Yes: "Avian".


Q: Is there a place to suggest new features for TM2?

Yes: Scream them into am empty 2 liter bottle of coke, and mail it to your closest dead relative. "CodeOfficer".

February 06, 2009, at 06:42 UTC by Infininight - Changing tense.
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Allan is hiring Ciarán Walsh full-time to assist with TM2 development. Ciarán has made several TextMate 1 plugins, including ProjectPlus.

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Allan has hired Ciarán Walsh full-time to assist with TM2 development. Ciarán has made several TextMate 1 plugins, including ProjectPlus.

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Yes: "Avian".

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Yes: "Avian".

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Allan is hiring Ciarán Walsh full-time to assist with TM2 development. Ciaràn has made several TextMate 1 plugins, including ProjectPlus.

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Allan is hiring Ciarán Walsh full-time to assist with TM2 development. Ciarán has made several TextMate 1 plugins, including ProjectPlus.

November 23, 2008, at 14:18 UTC by Henrik - Mention Allan hiring Ciaran.
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TM2 is being actively developed. (- November 23, 2008).

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TM2 is being actively developed (November 23, 2008).


Q: Won't Allan hire more developers so we can get TM2 sooner?

Allan is hiring Ciarán Walsh full-time to assist with TM2 development. Ciaràn has made several TextMate 1 plugins, including ProjectPlus.

November 23, 2008, at 14:12 UTC by Henrik -
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Q: When will TM 2 be released?

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Q: When will TM2 be released?

November 23, 2008, at 14:08 UTC by Henrik -
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Q: Is it still in development?

Yes, TM2 is still being actively developed.

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Q: Is TextMate 2 still in development, or has it been abandoned?

TM2 is being actively developed.

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Q: When will TextMate 2 be released?

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Q: When will TM 2 be released?

November 23, 2008, at 14:07 UTC by Henrik -
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Q: Are there any news?

No, but Peter Haza offers some speculation.

(- August 04, 2008).

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Q: Is it still in development?

Yes, TM2 is still being actively developed. (- November 23, 2008).

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Q: Will TM2 have Magic 8-Ball™ functionality?

Concentrate and ask again.


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Q: What other features will TM2 have?

Unknown, but Peter Haza offers some speculation.


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Yes.


Q: What is the goofy codename for TM2?

"avian"

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Yes: "Avian".

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"avian"


Q: Will TM2 be unmasked (in form of screenshots) until the release?

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"avian"

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"avian"

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"avian"


Q: Will TM2 be unmasked (in form of screenshots) until the release?

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Q: I'd love a poll: How many people are disappointed/pissed at the complete lack of communication on the hypothetical upgrade?

+2

(2008-10-03)

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Q: I'd love a poll: How many people are disappointed/pissed at the complete lack of communication on the hypothetical upgrade?

+1

(2008-10-03)

August 14, 2008, at 05:31 UTC by vocaro - Added link to Peter Haza blog
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No.

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No, but Peter Haza offers some speculation.

August 04, 2008, at 09:56 UTC by avian - Added most asked question and answer.
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Q: Are there any news?

No.

(- August 04, 2008).


July 17, 2008, at 02:19 UTC by Mr Obvious -
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"avian"

Q: You could have had a baby by now...WTF?

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"avian"

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Q: You could have had a baby by now...WTF?

June 29, 2008, at 12:33 UTC by Ernie - Removing lameness by people ancious for v2.
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Q: How come I can edit this page?

Because it is a wiki! p.s. Any idea when v2 will be out? :P


Q: I know it's always asked, when is version 2.0 coming, 1.5 is stale and I feel like using BBEdit, though I suppose it doesn't matter now, you have my money. To be honest, I'll even take a version in in alpha.

Enroll in a remedial English class. Immediately.


Q: Can we expect smarter indentation (like emacs)?

Notice above where it says "Please do not post unanswered questions here, as the developer will not address them." This is what they were talking about.

June 20, 2008, at 15:52 UTC by John Doe -
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Q: I know it's always asked, when is version 2.0 coming, 1.5 is stale and I feel like using BBEdit, though I suppose it doesn't matter now you have my money, I'll even have in in Alpha?

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Q: I know it's always asked, when is version 2.0 coming, 1.5 is stale and I feel like using BBEdit, though I suppose it doesn't matter now, you have my money. To be honest, I'll even take a version in in alpha.

June 20, 2008, at 14:10 UTC by CW -
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Enrol in a remedial English class. Immediately.

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Enroll in a remedial English class. Immediately.

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Notice above where it says "Please do not post unanswered questions here, as the developer will not address them." This is what they were talking about.

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Enrol in a remedial English class. Immediately.

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Q: Can we expect smarter indentation (like emacs)?

June 16, 2008, at 19:09 UTC by Alex - Quick question.
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p.s. Any idea when v2 will be out? :P

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p.s. Any idea when v2 will be out? :P


Q: I know it's always asked, when is version 2.0 coming, 1.5 is stale and I feel like using BBEdit, though I suppose it doesn't matter now you have my money, I'll even have in in Alpha?

June 16, 2008, at 11:12 UTC by jemi -
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Q: Will TextMate 2 ever be released? Is it TextMate Nukem Forever now?

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Q: When will TextMate 2 be ever released? Is it TextMate Nukem Forever now?

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Q: Will TextMate 2 ever be released? Is it TextMate Nukem Forever now?

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Q: When will TextMate 2 be ever released? Is it TextMate Nukem Forever now?

June 12, 2008, at 21:22 UTC by brian -
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Because it is a wiki!

June 09, 2008, at 23:00 UTC by someone -
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Q: Is it possible to hack this WIKI?

Yes.

p.s. Any idea when v2 will be out?

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Q: How come I can edit this page?

p.s. Any idea when v2 will be out? :P

June 09, 2008, at 22:57 UTC by weeeeeeeeeeee -
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Q: Is it possible to hack this WIKI?

Yes.

p.s. Any idea when v2 will be out?

March 27, 2008, at 16:52 UTC by Tuomas Launiainen -
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Q: Will TM2 feature improvements to the indenting mechanism, as detailed in TextEditing or Requests?

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Q: Will TM2 feature improvements to the indenting mechanism, as detailed in TextEditing or Requests?

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Yes, there will be a growl-like system with “events” that the user can hook into (i.e. setup an action for), and “find wraps” will be a very good candidate for that. (source).

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Yes, there will be a growl-like system with “events” that the user can hook into (i.e. setup an action for), and “find wraps” will be a very good candidate for that. (source).


Q: Does TM2 have a goofy codename yet?

Yes.


Q: What is the goofy codename for TM2?

"avian"

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Yes, there will be a growl-like system with “events” that the user can hook into (i.e. setup an action for), and “find wraps” will be a very good candidate for that. (source).


Q: Will TM2 have an improved Find In Project for big projects?


Q: Will TM2 have an improved project drawer? (No more scrolling to the top when a file is updated outside of TM, or locking TM while checking for updated files.)

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Yes, there will be a growl-like system with “events” that the user can hook into (i.e. setup an action for), and “find wraps” will be a very good candidate for that. (source).

January 22, 2008, at 20:54 UTC by heycarsten -
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Yes, there will be a growl-like system with “events” that the user can hook into (i.e. setup an action for), and “find wraps” will be a very good candidate for that. (source).

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Yes, there will be a growl-like system with “events” that the user can hook into (i.e. setup an action for), and “find wraps” will be a very good candidate for that. (source).


Q: Will TM2 have an improved Find In Project for big projects?


Q: Will TM2 have an improved project drawer? (No more scrolling to the top when a file is updated outside of TM, or locking TM while checking for updated files.)

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Q: Will TM2 provide audio-feedback hooks, e.g. to notify the user when word wrapping happens?

Yes, there will do a growl-like system with “events” that the user can hook into (i.e. setup an action for), and “find wraps” will be a very good candidate for that. (source).

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Q: Will TM2 provide event hooks, e.g. to trigger audio-feedback in order to notify the user when word wrapping happens?

Yes, there will be a growl-like system with “events” that the user can hook into (i.e. setup an action for), and “find wraps” will be a very good candidate for that. (source).

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Q: Will TM@ provide audio-feedback hooks, e.g. to notify the user when word wrapping happens?

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Q: Will TM2 provide audio-feedback hooks, e.g. to notify the user when word wrapping happens?

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Yes, there will do a growl-like system with “events” that the user can hook into (i.e. setup an action for), and “find wraps” will be a very good candidate for that. (source).

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Yes, there will do a growl-like system with “events” that the user can hook into (i.e. setup an action for), and “find wraps” will be a very good candidate for that. (source).

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candidate for that,

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candidate for that. (source).

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Concentrate and ask again.

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Concentrate and ask again.

Q: Will TM@ provide audio-feedback hooks, e.g. to notify the user when word wrapping happens?

Yes, there will do a growl-like system with “events” that the user can hook into (i.e. setup an action for), and “find wraps” will be a very good candidate for that,

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Q: Will TM2 have Magic 8-Ball (TM) functionality?

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Q: Will TM2 have Magic 8-Ball™ functionality?

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Yes. Users that got TM1 as part of the MacHeist package will have to pay an upgrade fee, though (source).

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Yes. Except for users who got TM1 as part of the MacHeist package. The MacHeist TM1 license will require an upgrade fee in order to upgrade to TM2. (source).

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Q: Will TM2 have Magic 8-Ball functionality?

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Q: Will TM2 have Magic 8-Ball (TM) functionality?

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Doubtful.

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Doubtful.


Q: Will TM2 have Magic 8-Ball functionality?

Concentrate and ask again.

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Q: Will TextMate 2 have feature X?

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Yes (source). Users that got TM1 as part of the MacHeist package will have to pay an upgrade fee, though.

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Yes. Users that got TM1 as part of the MacHeist package will have to pay an upgrade fee, though (source).

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[...] there is no ETA, and I won’t speak about timing before I am certain I can provide an (alpha/beta) release within the next month -- because really, the more I say, the more people ask, and having to answer the same questions over and over again is (for me) mentally exhausting.

So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever and be positively surprised the day it is released :)

(Oct 24, 2007, at 23:43 CEST, Allan Odgaard)

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[...] there is no ETA, and I won’t speak about timing before I am certain I can provide an (alpha/beta) release within the next month -- because really, the more I say, the more people ask, and having to answer the same questions over and over again is (for me) mentally exhausting.
So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever and be positively surprised the day it is released :)

– Oct 24, 2007, at 23:43 CEST, Allan Odgaard

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Q: Is there an ETA of when TextMate 2 will be available? Or even a pre-alpha release?

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Q: When will TextMate 2 be released?

Q: Will TextMate 2 have feature X?

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(:markdown:) No, as detailed in [this blog post](http://macromates.com/blog/2006/20-will-require-leopard/). (:markdownend:)

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No, as detailed in this blog post.

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(:markdown:) Yes ([source](http://macromates.com/blog/2006/20-will-require-leopard/)). Users that got TM1 as part of the MacHeist package will have to pay an upgrade fee, though. (:markdownend:)

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Yes (source). Users that got TM1 as part of the MacHeist package will have to pay an upgrade fee, though.

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Note that this page only collects information that has been released about TextMate 2. Please do not post unanswered questions here, as the developer will not address them.

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Note that this page only collects information that has been released about TextMate 2. Please do not post unanswered questions here, as the developer will not address them.

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Note that this page only collects information that has been released about TextMate 2. Please do not post unanswered questions here, as the developer will not address them.


Q: Is there an ETA of when TextMate 2 will be available? Or even a pre-alpha release?

[...] there is no ETA, and I won’t speak about timing before I am certain I can provide an (alpha/beta) release within the next month -- because really, the more I say, the more people ask, and having to answer the same questions over and over again is (for me) mentally exhausting.

So put TM 2.0 up there with Duke Nukem Forever and be positively surprised the day it is released :)

(Oct 24, 2007, at 23:43 CEST, Allan Odgaard)


Q: Will TM2 run on older versions of Mac OS X like Tiger or Panther?

(:markdown:) No, as detailed in [this blog post](http://macromates.com/blog/2006/20-will-require-leopard/). (:markdownend:)


Q: Will TM2 be a free upgrade?

(:markdown:) Yes ([source](http://macromates.com/blog/2006/20-will-require-leopard/)). Users that got TM1 as part of the MacHeist package will have to pay an upgrade fee, though. (:markdownend:)


Q: Will TM2 support mouse gestures?

Maybe.


Q: Will TM2 allow background images in themes?

Doubtful.