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Excel​Exec

by SublimeText ST2

Plugin for Sublime Text 2 to execute a command and redirect its output into a view

Details

  • 2012.08.11.03.29.57
  • github.​com
  • 9 years ago
  • 1 hour ago
  • 9 years ago

Installs

  • Total 508
  • Win 346
  • Mac 119
  • Linux 43
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Readme

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Excel Exec

Plugin for Sublime Text 2 to execute a command and redirect its output into a view.

Usage

The following commands are accessible via the command palette:

  • Excel Exec: Execute in this window
  • Excel Exec: Execute in a new window

Window commands

excel_exec

Executes a command according to the arguments passed.

sublime.active_window().run_command('excel_exec', { 'cmd': 'ls' })

excel_exec_what

Prompts the user for the command to launch.

sublime.active_window().run_command('excel_exec_what', { 'inline': False })

Parameters

  • cmd (string|list): the command to execute
  • inline (bool): if false the command output will be displayed in a new window
  • path (string): the environment variable $PATH to use
  • shell (bool): if true executes the command through a shell
  • working_dir (string): the directory the command has to be executed in
  • encoding (string): the encoding of the command output
  • env (dict): environment variables to set before the command runs
  • quiet (bool): enable display of extra information

Installation

Clone this repository into the Packages directory. If you don't know where it is, enter the following command in the console:

print sublime.packages_path()

To access the console press CTRL +

Note

This plugin is based on the Exec command shipped with Sublime Text.

License

Licensed under the MIT License