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Script Editor

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KDE Kommander Script

Score 53%
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Script Editor
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Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  1220
Submitted:  Jul 25 2006
Updated:  Jul 31 2006

Description:

Develope Scripts - Bash, PHP, Perl, Python. You need installed PHP, Perl or Python in your PC (when would you like to develope these scripts). Here are the buton tips (http://remontsw.czechian.net/download/free/scred/buttons_tips.pdf)




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 Security Concerns

 
 by sszmidt on: Jul 25 2006
 
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Actually I started to get concerned when I see all these apps. All V.1 and above from the same guy in one day.
I also find a bunch of binary code that's supposed to be images.
This may very well be fine, but it has plenty of warning signs written all over it.


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 Re: Security Concern

 
 by baran on: Jul 26 2006
 
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Hi.

My 1st version of Script Editor were so easy, or not good with more errors. This is better version with more functions opposite 1st version.

I did give it to this server now, because I did find this server yesterday.


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 Useless

 
 by sango on: Jul 25 2006
 
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What usage have this thing? If i wanna execute a script, i use a real editor. KDE have with kwrite and kate some really good.


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 Editing

 
 by baran on: Jul 26 2006
 
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Hi,

you right. You can use KWrite, editor in mc or other. If you develope script, you must change rights or coding, save it and then run in other screen. Much steps. Here you set up rights an write. It is a little util for my easy working and I did give it for others (free to use - GPL). Nothing more.
I went from Windows to Linux. I found KOMMANDER in my distro. I did probe it. It is one from my first tests in kommander programming. I did probe kommander, what it can do. Kommander is great SW, but with little mistakes. Can you help me?

1. If you open file "@File.read(text.txt)", it finds this text.txt in root of my home directory (not good, in C++ or in Pascal it can open it from actual directory).
2. I did probe to use condition in condition

@if(.........)
@if(.........)
command
@endif
@if(.........)
command
@endif
@endif


It finished with errors :-(

Can you help me, please?

Thank you for all infos. I am beginner in this programming and all my SW in kommander are test or my utils for easy working, what I did give for others ;-)

Rene


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 Re: Editing

 
 by sequitur on: Jul 26 2006
 
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One thing you could do is to add toolTip text on your buttons. I'm really not sure what they're doing, and looking at the code briefly I'm not sure what you mean to accomplish. Other than that it looks interesting.

If you go to the Kommander web site you will find our user mailing list where you can ask questions and learn more about how to get more out of Kommander. I recommend it. You can also get info on plugins and development releases if you want to test new features.


Eric Laffoon
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 Re: Re: Editing

 
 by baran on: Jul 27 2006
 
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Hi,

Thank you very much. I will look at the kommander webs - mailing list. Thanks for info.


Rene


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 Re: Editing

 
 by sango on: Jul 28 2006
 
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> you right. You can use KWrite, editor
> in mc or other. If you develope script,
> you must change rights or coding, save
> it and then run in other screen.

That's not really correct.
I have set utf8 as global encoding, so i can use every language i want without problems. Kate save automaticly as utf8.

Also, i have a collection of snipplets, which i can easily insert into any open file. One snipplet set the shebang for python with an utf8-encoding. So, while i must set a shebang anyway, it's not that great work. But i aggre, this step could be easier.

At least, to use a script, i must allways save it, without any exception. When i wanna use a one-way-script, i hack it directly in my shell, which is always open. And of course, i have some links in the save-dialog to every target-directory, so it goes fast, too.

Oh yeah, and i dosn't set rights. I have set in kate the interpreters as a external applications, so i execute a script with one keystroke. This keystroke set the script as executable and start it in a terminal. So it's after all a easy job.

I aggree that the whole workflowe can be easier in kate, but it's not that big deal that i must use a inferior application with less options and a creepy interface.


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