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This patch makes NEdit substitute the current line
number for '#' in shell commands as it does with the
current file name for "%".
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Any ideas on this?
Looks like this diff is a reverse one?
Also it doesn't feature an update to help.c
Can you address these issues and also ensure that it does
work against the recent CVS version, please?!
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Ok, this one should do it.
BTW, should those expansions also exist for the interactive
Sehll command dialog?!
I personally don't need it, but if the majority votes for
this feature, I could implement it.
BTW, it seems to me that applying my patch reverted the
"const patch" for userCmds.c you did before, right? If this
was my fault, I apologize in advance.
Preliminary results make me ask if you could actualy supply
such a patch?
One argument is to keep things consistent, but it's useful
Here is the patch. Actually I don't like the appearance (the
width) of the new dialog, so any suggestions for improvement
Should this change also be done for "Execute Command Line"?
Yes, please for both. An argument in favour of doing that
enhancement was to have unique handling of this.
You should split the labels by inserting an \n, then the
dialog doesn't get too wide.
New patch attached. Enhances both Execute Command and
Execute Command Line. I also fixed a problem with
Just committed it ...