QuickOpener - plugin detail

Open the selected file in the filesystem, copy its path, launch a terminal or a custom command.

NetBeans Plugin - QuickOpener
Plugin owner: markiewb
Website: http://github.com/kinkadzs/QuickOpener-NetBeans
Added: 2016-01-25
License: GPL
Category: Utilities
Downloaded: 440 times
Rating:
 4.54, by 2 users

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Download plugin   Download size: 0.33 MB   Last Update: 2016-09-30

This plugin is also available on the NetBeans Plugin Portal Update Center. Use 'Tools > Plugins' action from the NetBeans IDE main menu for convenient installation of this plugin


What's new in this version

Upload for 8.2

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Download plugin   Download size: 0.33 MB   Last Update: 2016-08-04

This plugin is also available on the NetBeans Plugin Portal Update Center. Use 'Tools > Plugins' action from the NetBeans IDE main menu for convenient installation of this plugin


What's new in this version

1.1.0:

  • [Feature 66]: Refactor run custom dialog: simplify, add keyboard-only support
  • [Feature 33]: Support for project folder replacement variable ${projectFolder}/${mainProjectFolder}
  • [Feature 67]: More patterns - see details
  • [Feature 30]: Support favorites nodes
  • [Feature 64]: Support lookups with java.io.File
  • [Bugfix 65]: Missing mnemonics in dialogs and options
  • [Bugfix 69]: "Launch custom command..." should be available if there is no selected file
  • [Bugfix 77]: Fix GUI detection for Ubuntu 16.04


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Introduction

Sometimes while programming in NetBeans you want to explore a particular file that you are editing on the file system browser, or maybe launch a command in a terminal to do something with it.

This plugins brings to your NetBeans six action, three of them always available and three of them available when the selected node has a file assiociated with it. In particular:

When the selection has a valid file:

  • Open the default OS shell on the location of the file (or its folder) selected.
  • Open the file system browser on the location of the file (or its folder) selected.
  • Copy to the clipboard the path of the file selected.

Always enabled:

  • Launch a shell command (with parameters, customizable on preferences)
  • FileSystem browser on any location (favorites, customizable on preferences)
  • Open a shell on any location (favorites, customizable on preferences)

Updates

1.1.0:

  • [Feature 66]: Refactor run custom dialog: simplify, add keyboard-only support
  • [Feature 33]: Support for project folder replacement variable ${projectFolder}/${mainProjectFolder}
  • [Feature 67]: More patterns - see details
  • [Feature 30]: Support favorites nodes
  • [Feature 64]: Support lookups with java.io.File
  • [Bugfix 65]: Missing mnemonics in dialogs and options
  • [Bugfix 69]: "Launch custom command..." should be available if there is no selected file
  • [Bugfix 77]: Fix GUI detection for Ubuntu 16.04

1.0.4:

  • [Bugfix 63]: File manager opens twice (KDE)
  • [Bugfix 62]: java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: java.lang.Process.waitFor running NB @ JDK7

1.0.3:

  • [Task 56]: Provide a 8.1 version for the plugin center
  • [Task 60]: Include new version of oscommands
  • [Task 61]: Convert to maven-project for better maintainence
  • [Bugfix 51]: [Windows] Open in FileManager should select the file/dir
  • [Bugfix 49]: [Linux] Crash in options when running "LinuxUnknown" and KDE not detected

The project is hosted on github, click here to report a bug or make a suggestion... Enjoy, Diego+Benno.


This a fork of http://plugins.netbeans.org/plugin/43217/quickopener to support NB8.1+.
The original author Diego Zambelli Sessona provided me rights to contribute to the plugin's git repo/github. For publishing at the plugin center I use my own NetBeans account. The plugin is backwards-compatible to the previous versions because of the same codeNameBase.

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User Comments

  

Thanks

Thank you markiewb,
it is a really useful plugin, I'm glad that you took it to continue its maintenance/development.

Best regards
Posted by -Silver- on Jan 27, 2016
  

Thank you

Thank you for updating the plugin to this version,

Diego
Posted by kinka on Jan 25, 2016
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