Command-shortcuts - plugin detail

This plugin allows you to execute dynamic commands and create shortcuts.

NetBeans Plugin - Command-shortcuts
Plugin owner: marsaultj
Website: http://code.google.com/p/netbeans-command-shortcuts
Added: 2012-07-11
License: GNU GPL v2
Category: Utilities
Downloaded: 3,494 times
Rating:
 4.24, by 7 users

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Download plugin   Download size: 0.04 MB   Last Update: 2014-03-19

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Download plugin   Download size: 0.04 MB   Last Update: 2013-11-26

What's new in this version

  • Moved Shortcuts into Tools
  • Fix Runtime.exec for JDK 7


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Introduction

This module allows you to execute commands of your choice in Netbeans : Open a file with another editor, send a file by ftp, make a file writable, etc...

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See documentation for the list of keywords available to create dynamic commands.

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User Comments

  

Doesn't work with 7.3

Doesn't work with 7.3 :(
Posted by ballbreaker on Feb 25, 2013
  

Working directory

You should setup working directory for the application.
Now, the executable cannot locate resources when relative paths are used, eg "./logo.png"
Posted by mariusz_m on Jan 14, 2013
  

Output in console

it would be nice if an Output of f.ex *.bat file will be sent to Netbeans Output Console - if it's possible, because now its working in a background.
Posted by njp on Jan 07, 2013
  

Thanks!

After a bit of fight with the configuration (see documentation), this plugin issaving me a LOT of time. Thank you very much!

Didier, from enpause.fr
Posted by dsampaolo on Dec 12, 2012
  

Great thank you

I like it, thank you!
Posted by Adael on Aug 10, 2012
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