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Pack logtalk -- logtalk-3.14.0/coding/textmate/NOTES.txt

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This directory contains the Logtalk.tmbundle bundle, which provides code folding, code completion, syntax coloring, entity index, auto-indentation, and snippets of code for editing Logtalk source files with the TextMate 1.x text editor:


To install copy the bundle "Logtalk.tmbundle" to one of the following folders:

~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles/
/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles/

(create the chosen folder if it does not exist).

The Logtalk.tmbundle itself is distributed under the default license for TextMate language bundles; the Logtalk distribution license doesn't apply.

In order to use the Logtalk bundle commands to compile and automatically generate (X)HTML documentation for the frontmost source file window, open the TextMate Preferences window, select the "Advanced" tab, click on the "Shell Variables" button and add the following new variables:

LOGTALK_COMMAND set to the name of the shell script you use to launch Logtalk followed by the option to run a goal at startup (e.g. "yaplgt -g") LOGTALK_HTML_COMMAND set to the name of the shell script you use to generate the (X)HTML documentation (e.g. lgt2html) LOGTALK_PDF_COMMAND set to the name of the shell script you use to generate the PDF documentation (e.g. lgt2pdf) LOGTALK_TXT_COMMAND set to the name of the shell script you use to generate the TXT documentation (e.g. lgt2txt)

If you're using the TmCodeBrowser plug-in available at:


Copy the ctags file to `$HOME/.ctags.tmcodebrowser` or append its contents to the `$HOME/.ctags.tmcodebrowser` file if it already exists.

Logtalk source files (including the library entities and the programming examples) are formatted using tabs (the recommended setting is a tab width equivalent to 4 spaces); you may set the tab width on the editor preference panel.