PyCharm 2017.3 Help

TextMate Bundles

File | Settings | Editor | TextMate Bundles for Windows and Linux
PyCharm | Preferences | Editor | TextMate Bundles for macOS

Use this page to import the TextMate/SublimeText 2 bundles, and to map color scheme of PyCharm to that of TextMate.


This page appears in the Settings/Preferences dialog, when the TextMate bundle support plugin is enabled.

The plugin is bundled with PyCharm and is activated by default. If it is disabled, you can manually enable the plugin.

TestMate BundlesThis table of added bundles consists of the following columns:
  • Checkbox: If a checkbox to the left of the added bundle name is selected, the bundle provides highlighting in the files of the corresponding type.
  • Name of the TextMate Bundle
  • Bundle location: for each added TextMate bundle, its location is shown.
add Click this button to locate the desired bundle using the Select Path dialog box. When added, the bundle appears in the table of TextMate Bundles.
delete Click this button to remove the selected bundle. The bundle in question is removed from the list, but is not physically deleted from the computer.
IDE Color Scheme - TextMate Color SchemeUse this table to establish mapping between the various color schemes of PyCharm and TextMate.

If you want to use a custom TextMate color scheme, you can import a TextMate bundle with schemes, and it will become visible in the list of TextMate color schemes after clicking Apply:

textMate custom color scheme thumbnail
Last modified: 28 March 2018

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