#13 EasyShell opening wrong folder in Linux

v1.4.0
closed
5
2013-01-05
2012-07-19
Anonymous
No

If the project's root folder contains spaces EasyShell fail to open a shell in the right folder.
For instance, if the Project's root folder is "My Project - Core" and I right click say "My Project - Core/java/net", select EasyShell->Open, in Linux opens a terminal in ~/Documents

Discussion

  • Andre Bossert

    Andre Bossert - 2012-08-10

    Thanks for reporting. Please use double or single quotes for parameter {1}, e.g. change the EasyShell preference for "Open shell command" to:

    konsole --workdir "{1}"

    OR

    konsole --workdir '{1}'

    Please report if it works for you, so i can change it in next release...

     
  • Andre Bossert

    Andre Bossert - 2012-08-10

    If you use gnome-terminal then change to:

    gnome-terminal --working-directory="{1}"

    OR

    gnome-terminal --working-directory='{1}'

     
  • Andre Bossert

    Andre Bossert - 2012-11-09
    • labels: --> Linux, spaces
    • assigned_to: Andre Bossert
     
  • Andre Bossert

    Andre Bossert - 2012-11-15
    • milestone: v1.3.6 --> v1.4.0
     
  • Andre Bossert

    Andre Bossert - 2013-01-05

    done

     
  • Andre Bossert

    Andre Bossert - 2013-01-05
    • status: open --> closed
     

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