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Git plugin

bgallet
I believe I made a big mistake today. I wanted to update my git bundle, I removed it from the bundle list by using the - sign at the bottom of the bundle editor. Now whatever I do, I cannot get it back! I am still able to add other bundles, just not the git one!

Would anybody know how to fix this?

TIA,

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bgallet
I have found the solution. When a bundle is deleted, textmate stores this information somewhere. It is possible to see if any bundles are marked as deleted by running:

defaults read com.macromates.textmate OakBundleManagerDeletedBundles

It returns something such as:
(
    "EADD4718-EE11-4ABF-A7E6-13351FB3799D"
)
if there are deleted bundles.

To reset this list:

defaults delete com.macromates.textmate OakBundleManagerDeletedBundles

I used it, and now my git bundle is available!

- Bernard Gallet -
bgallet wrote
I believe I made a big mistake today. I wanted to update my git bundle, I removed it from the bundle list by using the - sign at the bottom of the bundle editor. Now whatever I do, I cannot get it back! I am still able to add other bundles, just not the git one!

Would anybody know how to fix this?

TIA,

- Bernard Gallet -