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<h1>TextMate</h1>
<h2>Download</h2>
<p>You can <a href="http://macromates.com/download">download TextMate from here</a>.</p>
<h2>Feedback</h2>
<p>You can use <a href="http://lists.macromates.com/listinfo/textmate">the TextMate mailing list</a> or <a href="irc://irc.freenode.net/#textmate">#textmate</a> IRC channel on <a href="http://freenode.net/">freenode.net</a> for questions, comments, and bug reports.</p>
<p>You can also <a href="http://macromates.com/contact">contact MacroMates</a>.</p>
<p>Before you submit a bug report please read the <a href="http://kb.textmate.org/writing_bug_reports">writing bug reports</a> instructions.</p>
<h2>Screenshot</h2>
<p><img src="https://raw.github.com/textmate/textmate/gh-pages/images/screenshot.png" alt="textmate" /></p>
<h1>Building</h1>
<h2>Bootstrap</h2>
<p>To bootstrap the build you need to run <code>./configure</code> (in the root of the source tree). You can set a few (environment) variables read by this script that change the generated build file:</p>
<ul>
<li><code>builddir</code> — location of built files. Defaults to <code>~/build/TextMate</code>.</li>
<li><code>identity</code> — for Apple’s <code>codesign</code>. Defaults to ad-hoc signing, which does not use an identity at all.</li>
<li><code>boostdir</code> — location of boost includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.</li>
<li><code>sparsedir</code> — location of sparsehash includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.</li>
<li><code>CC</code> and <code>CXX</code> — C and C++ compiler.</li>
</ul>
<p>In the simplest case (assuming <a href="http://brew.sh/">Homebrew</a> is installed) you would run:</p>
<pre><code>brew install ragel boost multimarkdown hg ninja capnp google-sparsehash libressl
git clone --recursive https://github.com/textmate/textmate.git
cd textmate
./configure &amp;&amp; ninja
</code></pre>
<p>If you're using <a href="http://www.macports.org/">MacPorts</a> then instead run this line to install dependencies:</p>
<pre><code>sudo port install ninja ragel boost multimarkdown mercurial sparsehash libressl
</code></pre>
<p>Unless you’re using <a href="http://brew.sh/">Homebrew</a> then <a href="http://kentonv.github.io/capnproto/">Cap’n Proto</a> must be manually installed. Feel free to submit a PR to update <code>configure</code>.</p>
<p>If <code>port</code> fails with a build error then likely you need to agree (system-wide) to Apple’s Xcode license:</p>
<pre><code>sudo xcodebuild -license
</code></pre>
<h2>Prerequisites</h2>
<p>Building TextMate has the following dependencies:</p>
<ul>
<li><a href="https://ninja-build.org/">ninja</a>         — build system similar to <code>make</code></li>
<li><a href="http://www.complang.org/ragel/">ragel</a>         — state machine compiler</li>
<li><a href="http://www.boost.org/">boost</a>         — portable C++ source libraries</li>
<li><a href="https://code.google.com/p/sparsehash/">sparsehash</a>    — A cache friendly hash_map</li>
<li><a href="http://fletcherpenney.net/multimarkdown/">multimarkdown</a> — marked-up plain text compiler</li>
<li><a href="https://www.mercurial-scm.org/">mercurial</a>     — distributed SCM system</li>
<li><a href="http://kentonv.github.io/capnproto/">Cap’n Proto</a> — serialization library</li>
<li><a href="http://www.libressl.org">LibreSSL</a> - OpenBSD fork of OpenSSL</li>
</ul>
<p>In practice <code>hg</code> (<a href="https://www.mercurial-scm.org/">mercurial</a>) is only required for the SCM library’s tests so you can skip this dependency if you don’t mind a failing test.</p>
<p>If you want to avoid the libressl linker warnings about being built for different deployment target then run <code>brew edit libressl</code> and make the following change:</p>
<pre><code>-    system &quot;./configure&quot;, *args
+    system &quot;env&quot;, &quot;LDFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8&quot;, &quot;CFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8&quot;, &quot;./configure&quot;, *args
</code></pre>
<p>Afterward you must rebuild using: <code>brew reinstall --build-from-source libressl</code></p>
<h2>Building from within TextMate</h2>
<p>You should install the <a href="https://github.com/textmate/ninja.tmbundle">Ninja</a> bundle which can be installed via <em>Preferences</em> → <em>Bundles</em>.</p>
<p>After this you can press ⌘B to build from within TextMate. In case you haven't already you also need to set up the <code>PATH</code> variable either in <em>Preferences</em> → <em>Variables</em> or <code>~/.tm_properties</code> so it can find <code>ninja</code> and related tools; an example could be <code>$PATH:/opt/local/bin</code>.</p>
<p>The default target is <code>TextMate/run</code>. This will relaunch TextMate but when called from within TextMate, a dialog will appear before the current instance is killed. As there is full session restore, it is safe to relaunch even with unsaved changes.</p>
<p>If the current file is a test file then the target to build is changed to build the library to which the test belongs (this is done by setting <code>TM_NINJA_TARGET</code> in the <code>.tm_properties</code> file found in the root of the source tree).</p>
<p>Similarly, if the current file belongs to an application target (other than <code>TextMate.app</code>) then <code>TM_NINJA_TARGET</code> is set to build and run this application.</p>
<h2>Build Targets</h2>
<p>The build system classifies a target either as a library or an application. The latter can either be a bundled or non-bundled application. E.g. <code>mate</code> is non-bundled (just a <code>mate</code> executable) where <code>TextMate.app</code> is a bundled application.</p>
<p>For each output there are a few symbolic targets you can build. While the examples below refer to a specific library or application, they exist for all targets of same type.</p>
<p>For the <code>io</code> library:</p>
<pre><code>ninja io                 # Build the io library and run tests.
ninja io/clean           # Remove the build folder for the io library.
ninja io/headers         # Copy exported headers to $builddir/include.
</code></pre>
<p>For the <code>mate</code> (non-bundled) application:</p>
<pre><code>ninja mate               # Build the mate executable.
ninja mate/run           # Build and run the mate executable.
ninja mate/clean         # Remove the build folder for the mate executable.
</code></pre>
<p>For the <code>TextMate.app</code> application:</p>
<pre><code>ninja TextMate           # Build and sign TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/run       # Build, sign, and run TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/clean     # Remove the build folder for TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/dsym      # Create a tarball with extracted dSYM files.
ninja TextMate/tbz       # Create a tarball of TextMate.app. Also produce the dsym tarball.
ninja TextMate/deploy    # Push a nightly build. Fails without proper credentials :)
</code></pre>
<p>Note that <code>ninja TextMate/clean</code> only cleans the TextMate build folder (<code>$builddir/Applications/TextMate</code>), but all libraries and applications it depends on are not cleaned.</p>
<p>To clean everything run:</p>
<pre><code>ninja -t clean
</code></pre>
<h1>Legal</h1>
<p>The source for TextMate is released under the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.</p>
<p>TextMate is a trademark of Allan Odgaard.</p>

TextMate

Download

You can download TextMate from here.

Feedback

You can use the TextMate mailing list or #textmate IRC channel on freenode.net for questions, comments, and bug reports.

You can also contact MacroMates.

Before you submit a bug report please read the writing bug reports instructions.

Screenshot

textmate

Building

Bootstrap

To bootstrap the build you need to run ./configure (in the root of the source tree). You can set a few (environment) variables read by this script that change the generated build file:

  • builddir — location of built files. Defaults to ~/build/TextMate.
  • identity — for Apple’s codesign. Defaults to ad-hoc signing, which does not use an identity at all.
  • boostdir — location of boost includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.
  • sparsedir — location of sparsehash includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.
  • CC and CXX — C and C++ compiler.

In the simplest case (assuming Homebrew is installed) you would run:

brew install ragel boost multimarkdown hg ninja capnp google-sparsehash libressl
git clone --recursive https://github.com/textmate/textmate.git
cd textmate
./configure && ninja

If you're using MacPorts then instead run this line to install dependencies:

sudo port install ninja ragel boost multimarkdown mercurial sparsehash libressl

Unless you’re using Homebrew then Cap’n Proto must be manually installed. Feel free to submit a PR to update configure.

If port fails with a build error then likely you need to agree (system-wide) to Apple’s Xcode license:

sudo xcodebuild -license

Prerequisites

Building TextMate has the following dependencies:

In practice hg (mercurial) is only required for the SCM library’s tests so you can skip this dependency if you don’t mind a failing test.

If you want to avoid the libressl linker warnings about being built for different deployment target then run brew edit libressl and make the following change:

-    system "./configure", *args
+    system "env", "LDFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8", "CFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8", "./configure", *args

Afterward you must rebuild using: brew reinstall --build-from-source libressl

Building from within TextMate

You should install the Ninja bundle which can be installed via PreferencesBundles.

After this you can press ⌘B to build from within TextMate. In case you haven't already you also need to set up the PATH variable either in PreferencesVariables or ~/.tm_properties so it can find ninja and related tools; an example could be $PATH:/opt/local/bin.

The default target is TextMate/run. This will relaunch TextMate but when called from within TextMate, a dialog will appear before the current instance is killed. As there is full session restore, it is safe to relaunch even with unsaved changes.

If the current file is a test file then the target to build is changed to build the library to which the test belongs (this is done by setting TM_NINJA_TARGET in the .tm_properties file found in the root of the source tree).

Similarly, if the current file belongs to an application target (other than TextMate.app) then TM_NINJA_TARGET is set to build and run this application.

Build Targets

The build system classifies a target either as a library or an application. The latter can either be a bundled or non-bundled application. E.g. mate is non-bundled (just a mate executable) where TextMate.app is a bundled application.

For each output there are a few symbolic targets you can build. While the examples below refer to a specific library or application, they exist for all targets of same type.

For the io library:

ninja io                 # Build the io library and run tests.
ninja io/clean           # Remove the build folder for the io library.
ninja io/headers         # Copy exported headers to $builddir/include.

For the mate (non-bundled) application:

ninja mate               # Build the mate executable.
ninja mate/run           # Build and run the mate executable.
ninja mate/clean         # Remove the build folder for the mate executable.

For the TextMate.app application:

ninja TextMate           # Build and sign TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/run       # Build, sign, and run TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/clean     # Remove the build folder for TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/dsym      # Create a tarball with extracted dSYM files.
ninja TextMate/tbz       # Create a tarball of TextMate.app. Also produce the dsym tarball.
ninja TextMate/deploy    # Push a nightly build. Fails without proper credentials :)

Note that ninja TextMate/clean only cleans the TextMate build folder ($builddir/Applications/TextMate), but all libraries and applications it depends on are not cleaned.

To clean everything run:

ninja -t clean

Legal

The source for TextMate is released under the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

TextMate is a trademark of Allan Odgaard.

<h1>TextMate</h1>
<h2>Download</h2>
<p>You can <a href="http://macromates.com/download">download TextMate from here</a>.</p>
<h2>Feedback</h2>
<p>You can use <a href="http://lists.macromates.com/listinfo/textmate">the TextMate mailing list</a> or <a href="irc://irc.freenode.net/#textmate">#textmate</a> IRC channel on <a href="http://freenode.net/">freenode.net</a> for questions, comments, and bug reports.</p>
<p>You can also <a href="http://macromates.com/contact">contact MacroMates</a>.</p>
<p>Before you submit a bug report please read the <a href="http://kb.textmate.org/writing_bug_reports">writing bug reports</a> instructions.</p>
<h2>Screenshot</h2>
<p><img src="https://raw.github.com/textmate/textmate/gh-pages/images/screenshot.png" alt="textmate" /></p>
<h1>Building</h1>
<h2>Bootstrap</h2>
<p>To bootstrap the build you need to run <code>./configure</code> (in the root of the source tree). You can set a few (environment) variables read by this script that change the generated build file:</p>
<ul>
<li>
<code>builddir</code> — location of built files. Defaults to <code>~/build/TextMate</code>.</li>
<li>
<code>identity</code> — for Apple’s <code>codesign</code>. Defaults to ad-hoc signing, which does not use an identity at all.</li>
<li>
<code>boostdir</code> — location of boost includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.</li>
<li>
<code>sparsedir</code> — location of sparsehash includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.</li>
<li>
<code>CC</code> and <code>CXX</code> — C and C++ compiler.</li>
</ul>
<p>In the simplest case (assuming <a href="http://brew.sh/">Homebrew</a> is installed) you would run:</p>
<pre><code>brew install ragel boost multimarkdown hg ninja capnp google-sparsehash libressl
git clone --recursive https://github.com/textmate/textmate.git
cd textmate
./configure &amp;&amp; ninja
</code></pre>
<p>If you're using <a href="http://www.macports.org/">MacPorts</a> then instead run this line to install dependencies:</p>
<pre><code>sudo port install ninja ragel boost multimarkdown mercurial sparsehash libressl
</code></pre>
<p>Unless you’re using <a href="http://brew.sh/">Homebrew</a> then <a href="http://kentonv.github.io/capnproto/">Cap’n Proto</a> must be manually installed. Feel free to submit a PR to update <code>configure</code>.</p>
<p>If <code>port</code> fails with a build error then likely you need to agree (system-wide) to Apple’s Xcode license:</p>
<pre><code>sudo xcodebuild -license
</code></pre>
<h2>Prerequisites</h2>
<p>Building TextMate has the following dependencies:</p>
<ul>
<li>
<a href="https://ninja-build.org/">ninja</a>         — build system similar to <code>make</code>
</li>
<li>
<a href="http://www.complang.org/ragel/">ragel</a>         — state machine compiler</li>
<li>
<a href="http://www.boost.org/">boost</a>         — portable C++ source libraries</li>
<li>
<a href="https://code.google.com/p/sparsehash/">sparsehash</a>    — A cache friendly hash_map</li>
<li>
<a href="http://fletcherpenney.net/multimarkdown/">multimarkdown</a> — marked-up plain text compiler</li>
<li>
<a href="https://www.mercurial-scm.org/">mercurial</a>     — distributed SCM system</li>
<li>
<a href="http://kentonv.github.io/capnproto/">Cap’n Proto</a> — serialization library</li>
<li>
<a href="http://www.libressl.org">LibreSSL</a> - OpenBSD fork of OpenSSL</li>
</ul>
<p>In practice <code>hg</code> (<a href="https://www.mercurial-scm.org/">mercurial</a>) is only required for the SCM library’s tests so you can skip this dependency if you don’t mind a failing test.</p>
<p>If you want to avoid the libressl linker warnings about being built for different deployment target then run <code>brew edit libressl</code> and make the following change:</p>
<pre><code>-    system &quot;./configure&quot;, *args
+    system &quot;env&quot;, &quot;LDFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8&quot;, &quot;CFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8&quot;, &quot;./configure&quot;, *args
</code></pre>
<p>Afterward you must rebuild using: <code>brew reinstall --build-from-source libressl</code></p>
<h2>Building from within TextMate</h2>
<p>You should install the <a href="https://github.com/textmate/ninja.tmbundle">Ninja</a> bundle which can be installed via <em>Preferences</em> → <em>Bundles</em>.</p>
<p>After this you can press ⌘B to build from within TextMate. In case you haven't already you also need to set up the <code>PATH</code> variable either in <em>Preferences</em> → <em>Variables</em> or <code>~/.tm_properties</code> so it can find <code>ninja</code> and related tools; an example could be <code>$PATH:/opt/local/bin</code>.</p>
<p>The default target is <code>TextMate/run</code>. This will relaunch TextMate but when called from within TextMate, a dialog will appear before the current instance is killed. As there is full session restore, it is safe to relaunch even with unsaved changes.</p>
<p>If the current file is a test file then the target to build is changed to build the library to which the test belongs (this is done by setting <code>TM_NINJA_TARGET</code> in the <code>.tm_properties</code> file found in the root of the source tree).</p>
<p>Similarly, if the current file belongs to an application target (other than <code>TextMate.app</code>) then <code>TM_NINJA_TARGET</code> is set to build and run this application.</p>
<h2>Build Targets</h2>
<p>The build system classifies a target either as a library or an application. The latter can either be a bundled or non-bundled application. E.g. <code>mate</code> is non-bundled (just a <code>mate</code> executable) where <code>TextMate.app</code> is a bundled application.</p>
<p>For each output there are a few symbolic targets you can build. While the examples below refer to a specific library or application, they exist for all targets of same type.</p>
<p>For the <code>io</code> library:</p>
<pre><code>ninja io                 # Build the io library and run tests.
ninja io/clean           # Remove the build folder for the io library.
ninja io/headers         # Copy exported headers to $builddir/include.
</code></pre>
<p>For the <code>mate</code> (non-bundled) application:</p>
<pre><code>ninja mate               # Build the mate executable.
ninja mate/run           # Build and run the mate executable.
ninja mate/clean         # Remove the build folder for the mate executable.
</code></pre>
<p>For the <code>TextMate.app</code> application:</p>
<pre><code>ninja TextMate           # Build and sign TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/run       # Build, sign, and run TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/clean     # Remove the build folder for TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/dsym      # Create a tarball with extracted dSYM files.
ninja TextMate/tbz       # Create a tarball of TextMate.app. Also produce the dsym tarball.
ninja TextMate/deploy    # Push a nightly build. Fails without proper credentials :)
</code></pre>
<p>Note that <code>ninja TextMate/clean</code> only cleans the TextMate build folder (<code>$builddir/Applications/TextMate</code>), but all libraries and applications it depends on are not cleaned.</p>
<p>To clean everything run:</p>
<pre><code>ninja -t clean
</code></pre>
<h1>Legal</h1>
<p>The source for TextMate is released under the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.</p>
<p>TextMate is a trademark of Allan Odgaard.</p>

TextMate

Download

You can download TextMate from here.

Feedback

You can use the TextMate mailing list or #textmate IRC channel on freenode.net for questions, comments, and bug reports.

You can also contact MacroMates.

Before you submit a bug report please read the writing bug reports instructions.

Screenshot

textmate

Building

Bootstrap

To bootstrap the build you need to run ./configure (in the root of the source tree). You can set a few (environment) variables read by this script that change the generated build file:

  • builddir — location of built files. Defaults to ~/build/TextMate.
  • identity — for Apple’s codesign. Defaults to ad-hoc signing, which does not use an identity at all.
  • boostdir — location of boost includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.
  • sparsedir — location of sparsehash includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.
  • CC and CXX — C and C++ compiler.

In the simplest case (assuming Homebrew is installed) you would run:

brew install ragel boost multimarkdown hg ninja capnp google-sparsehash libressl
git clone --recursive https://github.com/textmate/textmate.git
cd textmate
./configure && ninja

If you're using MacPorts then instead run this line to install dependencies:

sudo port install ninja ragel boost multimarkdown mercurial sparsehash libressl

Unless you’re using Homebrew then Cap’n Proto must be manually installed. Feel free to submit a PR to update configure.

If port fails with a build error then likely you need to agree (system-wide) to Apple’s Xcode license:

sudo xcodebuild -license

Prerequisites

Building TextMate has the following dependencies:

In practice hg (mercurial) is only required for the SCM library’s tests so you can skip this dependency if you don’t mind a failing test.

If you want to avoid the libressl linker warnings about being built for different deployment target then run brew edit libressl and make the following change:

-    system "./configure", *args
+    system "env", "LDFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8", "CFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8", "./configure", *args

Afterward you must rebuild using: brew reinstall --build-from-source libressl

Building from within TextMate

You should install the Ninja bundle which can be installed via PreferencesBundles.

After this you can press ⌘B to build from within TextMate. In case you haven't already you also need to set up the PATH variable either in PreferencesVariables or ~/.tm_properties so it can find ninja and related tools; an example could be $PATH:/opt/local/bin.

The default target is TextMate/run. This will relaunch TextMate but when called from within TextMate, a dialog will appear before the current instance is killed. As there is full session restore, it is safe to relaunch even with unsaved changes.

If the current file is a test file then the target to build is changed to build the library to which the test belongs (this is done by setting TM_NINJA_TARGET in the .tm_properties file found in the root of the source tree).

Similarly, if the current file belongs to an application target (other than TextMate.app) then TM_NINJA_TARGET is set to build and run this application.

Build Targets

The build system classifies a target either as a library or an application. The latter can either be a bundled or non-bundled application. E.g. mate is non-bundled (just a mate executable) where TextMate.app is a bundled application.

For each output there are a few symbolic targets you can build. While the examples below refer to a specific library or application, they exist for all targets of same type.

For the io library:

ninja io                 # Build the io library and run tests.
ninja io/clean           # Remove the build folder for the io library.
ninja io/headers         # Copy exported headers to $builddir/include.

For the mate (non-bundled) application:

ninja mate               # Build the mate executable.
ninja mate/run           # Build and run the mate executable.
ninja mate/clean         # Remove the build folder for the mate executable.

For the TextMate.app application:

ninja TextMate           # Build and sign TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/run       # Build, sign, and run TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/clean     # Remove the build folder for TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/dsym      # Create a tarball with extracted dSYM files.
ninja TextMate/tbz       # Create a tarball of TextMate.app. Also produce the dsym tarball.
ninja TextMate/deploy    # Push a nightly build. Fails without proper credentials :)

Note that ninja TextMate/clean only cleans the TextMate build folder ($builddir/Applications/TextMate), but all libraries and applications it depends on are not cleaned.

To clean everything run:

ninja -t clean

Legal

The source for TextMate is released under the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

TextMate is a trademark of Allan Odgaard.

<h1>TextMate</h1>
<h2>Download</h2>
<p>You can <a href="http://macromates.com/download">download TextMate from here</a>.</p>
<h2>Feedback</h2>
<p>You can use <a href="http://lists.macromates.com/listinfo/textmate">the TextMate mailing list</a> or <a href="irc://irc.freenode.net/#textmate">#textmate</a> IRC channel on <a href="http://freenode.net/">freenode.net</a> for questions, comments, and bug reports.</p>
<p>You can also <a href="http://macromates.com/contact">contact MacroMates</a>.</p>
<p>Before you submit a bug report please read the <a href="http://kb.textmate.org/writing_bug_reports">writing bug reports</a> instructions.</p>
<h2>Screenshot</h2>
<p><img src="https://raw.github.com/textmate/textmate/gh-pages/images/screenshot.png" alt="textmate" /></p>
<h1>Building</h1>
<h2>Bootstrap</h2>
<p>To bootstrap the build you need to run <code>./configure</code> (in the root of the source tree). You can set a few (environment) variables read by this script that change the generated build file:</p>
<ul>
<li><code>builddir</code> — location of built files. Defaults to <code>~/build/TextMate</code>.</li>
<li><code>identity</code> — for Apple’s <code>codesign</code>. Defaults to ad-hoc signing, which does not use an identity at all.</li>
<li><code>boostdir</code> — location of boost includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.</li>
<li><code>sparsedir</code> — location of sparsehash includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.</li>
<li><code>CC</code> and <code>CXX</code> — C and C++ compiler.</li>
</ul>
<p>In the simplest case (assuming <a href="http://brew.sh/">Homebrew</a> is installed) you would run:</p>
<pre><code>brew install ragel boost multimarkdown hg ninja capnp google-sparsehash libressl
git clone --recursive https://github.com/textmate/textmate.git
cd textmate
./configure &amp;&amp; ninja</code></pre>
<p>If you're using <a href="http://www.macports.org/">MacPorts</a> then instead run this line to install dependencies:</p>
<pre><code>sudo port install ninja ragel boost multimarkdown mercurial sparsehash libressl</code></pre>
<p>Unless you’re using <a href="http://brew.sh/">Homebrew</a> then <a href="http://kentonv.github.io/capnproto/">Cap’n Proto</a> must be manually installed. Feel free to submit a PR to update <code>configure</code>.</p>
<p>If <code>port</code> fails with a build error then likely you need to agree (system-wide) to Apple’s Xcode license:</p>
<pre><code>sudo xcodebuild -license</code></pre>
<h2>Prerequisites</h2>
<p>Building TextMate has the following dependencies:</p>
<ul>
<li><a href="https://ninja-build.org/">ninja</a>         — build system similar to <code>make</code></li>
<li><a href="http://www.complang.org/ragel/">ragel</a>         — state machine compiler</li>
<li><a href="http://www.boost.org/">boost</a>         — portable C++ source libraries</li>
<li><a href="https://code.google.com/p/sparsehash/">sparsehash</a>    — A cache friendly hash_map</li>
<li><a href="http://fletcherpenney.net/multimarkdown/">multimarkdown</a> — marked-up plain text compiler</li>
<li><a href="https://www.mercurial-scm.org/">mercurial</a>     — distributed SCM system</li>
<li><a href="http://kentonv.github.io/capnproto/">Cap’n Proto</a> — serialization library</li>
<li><a href="http://www.libressl.org">LibreSSL</a> - OpenBSD fork of OpenSSL</li>
</ul>
<p>In practice <code>hg</code> (<a href="https://www.mercurial-scm.org/">mercurial</a>) is only required for the SCM library’s tests so you can skip this dependency if you don’t mind a failing test.</p>
<p>If you want to avoid the libressl linker warnings about being built for different deployment target then run <code>brew edit libressl</code> and make the following change:</p>
<pre><code>-    system "./configure", *args
+    system "env", "LDFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8", "CFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8", "./configure", *args</code></pre>
<p>Afterward you must rebuild using: <code>brew reinstall --build-from-source libressl</code></p>
<h2>Building from within TextMate</h2>
<p>You should install the <a href="https://github.com/textmate/ninja.tmbundle">Ninja</a> bundle which can be installed via <em>Preferences</em> → <em>Bundles</em>.</p>
<p>After this you can press ⌘B to build from within TextMate. In case you haven't already you also need to set up the <code>PATH</code> variable either in <em>Preferences</em> → <em>Variables</em> or <code>~/.tm_properties</code> so it can find <code>ninja</code> and related tools; an example could be <code>$PATH:/opt/local/bin</code>.</p>
<p>The default target is <code>TextMate/run</code>. This will relaunch TextMate but when called from within TextMate, a dialog will appear before the current instance is killed. As there is full session restore, it is safe to relaunch even with unsaved changes.</p>
<p>If the current file is a test file then the target to build is changed to build the library to which the test belongs (this is done by setting <code>TM_NINJA_TARGET</code> in the <code>.tm_properties</code> file found in the root of the source tree).</p>
<p>Similarly, if the current file belongs to an application target (other than <code>TextMate.app</code>) then <code>TM_NINJA_TARGET</code> is set to build and run this application.</p>
<h2>Build Targets</h2>
<p>The build system classifies a target either as a library or an application. The latter can either be a bundled or non-bundled application. E.g. <code>mate</code> is non-bundled (just a <code>mate</code> executable) where <code>TextMate.app</code> is a bundled application.</p>
<p>For each output there are a few symbolic targets you can build. While the examples below refer to a specific library or application, they exist for all targets of same type.</p>
<p>For the <code>io</code> library:</p>
<pre><code>ninja io                 # Build the io library and run tests.
ninja io/clean           # Remove the build folder for the io library.
ninja io/headers         # Copy exported headers to $builddir/include.</code></pre>
<p>For the <code>mate</code> (non-bundled) application:</p>
<pre><code>ninja mate               # Build the mate executable.
ninja mate/run           # Build and run the mate executable.
ninja mate/clean         # Remove the build folder for the mate executable.</code></pre>
<p>For the <code>TextMate.app</code> application:</p>
<pre><code>ninja TextMate           # Build and sign TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/run       # Build, sign, and run TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/clean     # Remove the build folder for TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/dsym      # Create a tarball with extracted dSYM files.
ninja TextMate/tbz       # Create a tarball of TextMate.app. Also produce the dsym tarball.
ninja TextMate/deploy    # Push a nightly build. Fails without proper credentials :)</code></pre>
<p>Note that <code>ninja TextMate/clean</code> only cleans the TextMate build folder (<code>$builddir/Applications/TextMate</code>), but all libraries and applications it depends on are not cleaned.</p>
<p>To clean everything run:</p>
<pre><code>ninja -t clean</code></pre>
<h1>Legal</h1>
<p>The source for TextMate is released under the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.</p>
<p>TextMate is a trademark of Allan Odgaard.</p>

TextMate

Download

You can download TextMate from here.

Feedback

You can use the TextMate mailing list or #textmate IRC channel on freenode.net for questions, comments, and bug reports.

You can also contact MacroMates.

Before you submit a bug report please read the writing bug reports instructions.

Screenshot

textmate

Building

Bootstrap

To bootstrap the build you need to run ./configure (in the root of the source tree). You can set a few (environment) variables read by this script that change the generated build file:

  • builddir — location of built files. Defaults to ~/build/TextMate.
  • identity — for Apple’s codesign. Defaults to ad-hoc signing, which does not use an identity at all.
  • boostdir — location of boost includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.
  • sparsedir — location of sparsehash includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.
  • CC and CXX — C and C++ compiler.

In the simplest case (assuming Homebrew is installed) you would run:

brew install ragel boost multimarkdown hg ninja capnp google-sparsehash libressl
git clone --recursive https://github.com/textmate/textmate.git
cd textmate
./configure && ninja

If you're using MacPorts then instead run this line to install dependencies:

sudo port install ninja ragel boost multimarkdown mercurial sparsehash libressl

Unless you’re using Homebrew then Cap’n Proto must be manually installed. Feel free to submit a PR to update configure.

If port fails with a build error then likely you need to agree (system-wide) to Apple’s Xcode license:

sudo xcodebuild -license

Prerequisites

Building TextMate has the following dependencies:

In practice hg (mercurial) is only required for the SCM library’s tests so you can skip this dependency if you don’t mind a failing test.

If you want to avoid the libressl linker warnings about being built for different deployment target then run brew edit libressl and make the following change:

-    system "./configure", *args
+    system "env", "LDFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8", "CFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8", "./configure", *args

Afterward you must rebuild using: brew reinstall --build-from-source libressl

Building from within TextMate

You should install the Ninja bundle which can be installed via PreferencesBundles.

After this you can press ⌘B to build from within TextMate. In case you haven't already you also need to set up the PATH variable either in PreferencesVariables or ~/.tm_properties so it can find ninja and related tools; an example could be $PATH:/opt/local/bin.

The default target is TextMate/run. This will relaunch TextMate but when called from within TextMate, a dialog will appear before the current instance is killed. As there is full session restore, it is safe to relaunch even with unsaved changes.

If the current file is a test file then the target to build is changed to build the library to which the test belongs (this is done by setting TM_NINJA_TARGET in the .tm_properties file found in the root of the source tree).

Similarly, if the current file belongs to an application target (other than TextMate.app) then TM_NINJA_TARGET is set to build and run this application.

Build Targets

The build system classifies a target either as a library or an application. The latter can either be a bundled or non-bundled application. E.g. mate is non-bundled (just a mate executable) where TextMate.app is a bundled application.

For each output there are a few symbolic targets you can build. While the examples below refer to a specific library or application, they exist for all targets of same type.

For the io library:

ninja io                 # Build the io library and run tests.
ninja io/clean           # Remove the build folder for the io library.
ninja io/headers         # Copy exported headers to $builddir/include.

For the mate (non-bundled) application:

ninja mate               # Build the mate executable.
ninja mate/run           # Build and run the mate executable.
ninja mate/clean         # Remove the build folder for the mate executable.

For the TextMate.app application:

ninja TextMate           # Build and sign TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/run       # Build, sign, and run TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/clean     # Remove the build folder for TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/dsym      # Create a tarball with extracted dSYM files.
ninja TextMate/tbz       # Create a tarball of TextMate.app. Also produce the dsym tarball.
ninja TextMate/deploy    # Push a nightly build. Fails without proper credentials :)

Note that ninja TextMate/clean only cleans the TextMate build folder ($builddir/Applications/TextMate), but all libraries and applications it depends on are not cleaned.

To clean everything run:

ninja -t clean

Legal

The source for TextMate is released under the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

TextMate is a trademark of Allan Odgaard.

<h1>TextMate</h1>

<h2>Download</h2>

<p>You can <a href="http://macromates.com/download">download TextMate from here</a>.</p>

<h2>Feedback</h2>

<p>You can use <a href="http://lists.macromates.com/listinfo/textmate">the TextMate mailing list</a> or <a href="irc://irc.freenode.net/#textmate">#textmate</a> IRC channel on <a href="http://freenode.net/">freenode.net</a> for questions, comments, and bug reports.</p>

<p>You can also <a href="http://macromates.com/contact">contact MacroMates</a>.</p>

<p>Before you submit a bug report please read the <a href="http://kb.textmate.org/writing_bug_reports">writing bug reports</a> instructions.</p>

<h2>Screenshot</h2>

<p><img src="https://raw.github.com/textmate/textmate/gh-pages/images/screenshot.png" alt="textmate" /></p>

<h1>Building</h1>

<h2>Bootstrap</h2>

<p>To bootstrap the build you need to run <code>./configure</code> (in the root of the source tree). You can set a few (environment) variables read by this script that change the generated build file:</p>

<ul>
<li><code>builddir</code> — location of built files. Defaults to <code>~/build/TextMate</code>.</li>
<li><code>identity</code> — for Apple’s <code>codesign</code>. Defaults to ad-hoc signing, which does not use an identity at all.</li>
<li><code>boostdir</code> — location of boost includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.</li>
<li><code>sparsedir</code> — location of sparsehash includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.</li>
<li><code>CC</code> and <code>CXX</code> — C and C++ compiler.</li>
</ul>

<p>In the simplest case (assuming <a href="http://brew.sh/">Homebrew</a> is installed) you would run:</p>

<pre><code>brew install ragel boost multimarkdown hg ninja capnp google-sparsehash libressl
git clone --recursive https://github.com/textmate/textmate.git
cd textmate
./configure &amp;&amp; ninja
</code></pre>

<p>If you're using <a href="http://www.macports.org/">MacPorts</a> then instead run this line to install dependencies:</p>

<pre><code>sudo port install ninja ragel boost multimarkdown mercurial sparsehash libressl
</code></pre>

<p>Unless you’re using <a href="http://brew.sh/">Homebrew</a> then <a href="http://kentonv.github.io/capnproto/">Cap’n Proto</a> must be manually installed. Feel free to submit a PR to update <code>configure</code>.</p>

<p>If <code>port</code> fails with a build error then likely you need to agree (system-wide) to Apple’s Xcode license:</p>

<pre><code>sudo xcodebuild -license
</code></pre>

<h2>Prerequisites</h2>

<p>Building TextMate has the following dependencies:</p>

<ul>
<li><a href="https://ninja-build.org/">ninja</a>         — build system similar to <code>make</code></li>
<li><a href="http://www.complang.org/ragel/">ragel</a>         — state machine compiler</li>
<li><a href="http://www.boost.org/">boost</a>         — portable C++ source libraries</li>
<li><a href="https://code.google.com/p/sparsehash/">sparsehash</a>    — A cache friendly hash_map</li>
<li><a href="http://fletcherpenney.net/multimarkdown/">multimarkdown</a> — marked-up plain text compiler</li>
<li><a href="https://www.mercurial-scm.org/">mercurial</a>     — distributed SCM system</li>
<li><a href="http://kentonv.github.io/capnproto/">Cap’n Proto</a> — serialization library</li>
<li><a href="http://www.libressl.org">LibreSSL</a> - OpenBSD fork of OpenSSL</li>
</ul>

<p>In practice <code>hg</code> (<a href="https://www.mercurial-scm.org/">mercurial</a>) is only required for the SCM library’s tests so you can skip this dependency if you don’t mind a failing test.</p>

<p>If you want to avoid the libressl linker warnings about being built for different deployment target then run <code>brew edit libressl</code> and make the following change:</p>

<pre><code>-    system "./configure", *args
+    system "env", "LDFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8", "CFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8", "./configure", *args
</code></pre>

<p>Afterward you must rebuild using: <code>brew reinstall --build-from-source libressl</code></p>

<h2>Building from within TextMate</h2>

<p>You should install the <a href="https://github.com/textmate/ninja.tmbundle">Ninja</a> bundle which can be installed via <em>Preferences</em> → <em>Bundles</em>.</p>

<p>After this you can press ⌘B to build from within TextMate. In case you haven't already you also need to set up the <code>PATH</code> variable either in <em>Preferences</em> → <em>Variables</em> or <code>~/.tm_properties</code> so it can find <code>ninja</code> and related tools; an example could be <code>$PATH:/opt/local/bin</code>.</p>

<p>The default target is <code>TextMate/run</code>. This will relaunch TextMate but when called from within TextMate, a dialog will appear before the current instance is killed. As there is full session restore, it is safe to relaunch even with unsaved changes.</p>

<p>If the current file is a test file then the target to build is changed to build the library to which the test belongs (this is done by setting <code>TM_NINJA_TARGET</code> in the <code>.tm_properties</code> file found in the root of the source tree).</p>

<p>Similarly, if the current file belongs to an application target (other than <code>TextMate.app</code>) then <code>TM_NINJA_TARGET</code> is set to build and run this application.</p>

<h2>Build Targets</h2>

<p>The build system classifies a target either as a library or an application. The latter can either be a bundled or non-bundled application. E.g. <code>mate</code> is non-bundled (just a <code>mate</code> executable) where <code>TextMate.app</code> is a bundled application.</p>

<p>For each output there are a few symbolic targets you can build. While the examples below refer to a specific library or application, they exist for all targets of same type.</p>

<p>For the <code>io</code> library:</p>

<pre><code>ninja io                 # Build the io library and run tests.
ninja io/clean           # Remove the build folder for the io library.
ninja io/headers         # Copy exported headers to $builddir/include.
</code></pre>

<p>For the <code>mate</code> (non-bundled) application:</p>

<pre><code>ninja mate               # Build the mate executable.
ninja mate/run           # Build and run the mate executable.
ninja mate/clean         # Remove the build folder for the mate executable.
</code></pre>

<p>For the <code>TextMate.app</code> application:</p>

<pre><code>ninja TextMate           # Build and sign TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/run       # Build, sign, and run TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/clean     # Remove the build folder for TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/dsym      # Create a tarball with extracted dSYM files.
ninja TextMate/tbz       # Create a tarball of TextMate.app. Also produce the dsym tarball.
ninja TextMate/deploy    # Push a nightly build. Fails without proper credentials :)
</code></pre>

<p>Note that <code>ninja TextMate/clean</code> only cleans the TextMate build folder (<code>$builddir/Applications/TextMate</code>), but all libraries and applications it depends on are not cleaned.</p>

<p>To clean everything run:</p>

<pre><code>ninja -t clean
</code></pre>

<h1>Legal</h1>

<p>The source for TextMate is released under the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.</p>

<p>TextMate is a trademark of Allan Odgaard.</p>

TextMate

Download

You can download TextMate from here.

Feedback

You can use the TextMate mailing list or #textmate IRC channel on freenode.net for questions, comments, and bug reports.

You can also contact MacroMates.

Before you submit a bug report please read the writing bug reports instructions.

Screenshot

textmate

Building

Bootstrap

To bootstrap the build you need to run ./configure (in the root of the source tree). You can set a few (environment) variables read by this script that change the generated build file:

  • builddir — location of built files. Defaults to ~/build/TextMate.
  • identity — for Apple’s codesign. Defaults to ad-hoc signing, which does not use an identity at all.
  • boostdir — location of boost includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.
  • sparsedir — location of sparsehash includes. By default it will search various locations including MacPorts and Homebrew.
  • CC and CXX — C and C++ compiler.

In the simplest case (assuming Homebrew is installed) you would run:

brew install ragel boost multimarkdown hg ninja capnp google-sparsehash libressl
git clone --recursive https://github.com/textmate/textmate.git
cd textmate
./configure && ninja

If you're using MacPorts then instead run this line to install dependencies:

sudo port install ninja ragel boost multimarkdown mercurial sparsehash libressl

Unless you’re using Homebrew then Cap’n Proto must be manually installed. Feel free to submit a PR to update configure.

If port fails with a build error then likely you need to agree (system-wide) to Apple’s Xcode license:

sudo xcodebuild -license

Prerequisites

Building TextMate has the following dependencies:

In practice hg (mercurial) is only required for the SCM library’s tests so you can skip this dependency if you don’t mind a failing test.

If you want to avoid the libressl linker warnings about being built for different deployment target then run brew edit libressl and make the following change:

-    system "./configure", *args
+    system "env", "LDFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8", "CFLAGS=-mmacosx-version-min=10.8", "./configure", *args

Afterward you must rebuild using: brew reinstall --build-from-source libressl

Building from within TextMate

You should install the Ninja bundle which can be installed via PreferencesBundles.

After this you can press ⌘B to build from within TextMate. In case you haven't already you also need to set up the PATH variable either in PreferencesVariables or ~/.tm_properties so it can find ninja and related tools; an example could be $PATH:/opt/local/bin.

The default target is TextMate/run. This will relaunch TextMate but when called from within TextMate, a dialog will appear before the current instance is killed. As there is full session restore, it is safe to relaunch even with unsaved changes.

If the current file is a test file then the target to build is changed to build the library to which the test belongs (this is done by setting TM_NINJA_TARGET in the .tm_properties file found in the root of the source tree).

Similarly, if the current file belongs to an application target (other than TextMate.app) then TM_NINJA_TARGET is set to build and run this application.

Build Targets

The build system classifies a target either as a library or an application. The latter can either be a bundled or non-bundled application. E.g. mate is non-bundled (just a mate executable) where TextMate.app is a bundled application.

For each output there are a few symbolic targets you can build. While the examples below refer to a specific library or application, they exist for all targets of same type.

For the io library:

ninja io                 # Build the io library and run tests.
ninja io/clean           # Remove the build folder for the io library.
ninja io/headers         # Copy exported headers to $builddir/include.

For the mate (non-bundled) application:

ninja mate               # Build the mate executable.
ninja mate/run           # Build and run the mate executable.
ninja mate/clean         # Remove the build folder for the mate executable.

For the TextMate.app application:

ninja TextMate           # Build and sign TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/run       # Build, sign, and run TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/clean     # Remove the build folder for TextMate.app.
ninja TextMate/dsym      # Create a tarball with extracted dSYM files.
ninja TextMate/tbz       # Create a tarball of TextMate.app. Also produce the dsym tarball.
ninja TextMate/deploy    # Push a nightly build. Fails without proper credentials :)

Note that ninja TextMate/clean only cleans the TextMate build folder ($builddir/Applications/TextMate), but all libraries and applications it depends on are not cleaned.

To clean everything run:

ninja -t clean

Legal

The source for TextMate is released under the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

TextMate is a trademark of Allan Odgaard.