Thu Apr 20 05:24:00 GMT 2017
On 19.4.2017 20.00, Jon Turney wrote:
> On 30/03/2017 06:54, Joni Eskelinen wrote:
>> Dear maintainers,
>> Cygscript is an utility program allowing to register file types to be
>> executed in Cygwin when double clicked from File Explorer or when a file
>> is dragged and dropped to a registered file type.
>> Any file type can be registered. Scripts are executed with bash in
>> MinTTY terminal. Windows paths passed as arguments (eg. when dragged and
>> dropped) are automatically detected and translated to POSIX paths.
> Thank you for your patience and sorry about the delay.
> Nice work. I'm kind of surprised we don't have something like this
Thanks! I'm surprised too, since there's a lot of kinda hackish Windows
batch file solutions that are not generic nor easy to install.
TBH i'd rather see this feature implemented as a part of MinTTY.
> How attached are you to the name? I know this is not a concept which
> lends itself easily to a short name, but perhaps something which makes
> the purpose a little more obvious is possible?
I settled on cygscript after a few iterations, but it's trivial to
change at this point. It's hard to come up with something that is not
bulky. Although this not a command one has to type often, so it wouldn't
matter if it had a longer name. I'd gladly hear suggestions.
>> Please see the github page for further details.
> It would be nice if there was a manpage included in the package.
I'll write and bundle a manpage in the near future.
>> This application is not included in any other distro, so i reckon a vote
>> must be first passed.
>> I am the sole developer and maintainer of the project at the moment.
>> The source is released under MIT License.
>> # cygscript-1.0.2-1.hint
>> category: Utils
>> requires: cygwin libgcc1 libstdc++6 mintty bash
>> sdesc: "Run shell scripts from Windows File Explorer"
>> ldesc: "A helper program allowing to register an extension (eg. .sh)
>> to be executed in Cygwin by double-clicking a file from Windows File
>> or by dragging and dropping files to an icon of a registered extension."
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