I am getting a weird error in the Ubuntu version of sublime text-2 that looks like the following:
Error loading syntax file "Packages/LaTeXing/support/LaTeX.tmLanguage": Unable to open Packages/LaTeXing/support/LaTeX.tmLanguage
I am not sure how to fix it. I tried the LatexTools Reconfigure and Mitigate settings; however, this did not fix the problem. I am also getting this in the Package Control Message:
Package Control Messages
LaTeXTools Plugin version 2014-03-12 changelog:
HEADLINE FEATURE: New, fully customizable build system! For now,
things work more or less as before, but the infrastructure is there to
customize things beyond your wildest dreams!
NOTE: due to the change in the build system, I had to overhaul the preferences settings. Please READ THIS before proceeding any further:
From now on, LaTeXTools will use a single settings file, called
LaTeXTools.sublime-settings, which *mustexist in the
directory. By this I mean that LaTeXTools *will not workuntil you
have a proper
LaTeXTools.sublime-settings file in the
Because of this, LaTeXtools provides an easy way to
create it, and even *automagicallymigrate your settings from any old
LaTeXTools Preferences.sublime-settings file you may have. In
Sublime Text, open the command palette from the Tools menu, search
for "LaTeXTools: Reconfigure and migrate settings," and hit Return.
That's it! Check the README for details.
- New pluggable build system back-end
- Two standard builders: "traditional" (the default; same as in
previous releases, using latexmk/texify) and "simple" (invokes tex
and friends directly). Switch using a simple configuration setting.
- With the "traditional" builder, the TeX engine and build command can
be customized by editing simple options in "LaTeXTools.sublime-settings"
- Remark snippet (Ivan Canay)
- Removed annoying brace-matching behavior with indented text (thanks
Ivan Canay for reporting this issue)
Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time!