|Re: BASH plug-in for eclipse on Windows 7 [message #1240241 is a reply to message #1240040]
||Thu, 06 February 2014 02:25
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 02/05/2014 08:26 AM, Paul Roubekas wrote:|
> I found BASHEclipse at h t t p : / / s o u r c e f o r g e
> .net/projects/basheclipse/ but it requires "ShellEd" which only installs
> on Unix, not Windows, which is what I need. Is there a Windows eclipse
> plug-in for editing BASH shell scripts.
How you edit bash scripts is up to you. There's nothing wrong with
editing them on Windows using the Eclipse text editor. I don't know what
BASHEclipse does, but I write lots of bourne/bash scripts and I've never
used it. If you really want to use something special, and I'm guessing
you don't want to use vi/Vim, I would suggest NotePad++. You can
right-click on the file in Eclipse, choose Open With... and tell Eclipse
to open files ending in .sh (or .sh.in, etc.) with NotePad++.
Best of luck.
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