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David Langley10,965 Points
mate command not found ?
I followed all the instruction in your video however when I got to the line where we enter;
command not found
I reinstalled text mate thinking it might have something to do with that, no good.
Any ideas ? thanks in advance.
Kevin Hackett10,441 Points
Open up Textmate and go to the preferences menu. Click on the terminal tab at the top.
The first section will explain what to do.
If you have a mac, you can open up the .bashrc file in textedit using the following command: open -e .bashrc
Add this line to the top of the file: export EDITOR="/usr/local/bin/mate -w"
Save and close out
Back in terminal tab within preferences in textmate, click the Install button and that should be everything good to go.
Thanks for posting this guys I was having this exact problem and the answers here definitely helped me :)