6398Re: [edit+] perl newbie question
- Sep 8, 2009dZ, Thanks for your reply.
I tried both the settings, it still doesn't work.
When I run the program using the settings, it prompts me for arguments. When I enter them in the textbox and press OK, however the program doesn't give any output in the output window.
Strange thing is when I try to close the Edit plus window, it prompts me with
"Do you want to stop all the processes which are currently running".
I'm confused :(
And my file name doesn't contain spaces. It is just named p1.pl
I did an OS reinstall (Windows Vista) recently.
In my old EditPlus install, I black DOS like window used to popup asking me for the input.
And then the output was displayed in that black window only (Not in the output window). I don't remember what were the settings I used that time :(
Anyone have a idea?
Thanks for listening.
--- In email@example.com, "dz@..." <dz@...> wrote:
> Try this:
> Argument: "$(FilePath)" $(Prompt)
> Argument: "$(FileName)" $(Prompt)
> Make sure that the file name is surrounded by
> quotation marks, in case it contains spaces.
> onlyonehero12 wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've written the following Perl program in EditPlus
> > #!/usr/bin/perl
> > use warnings;
> > $line = <STDIN>;
> > print "That line was: $line";
> > I configured a user tool for running perl program
> > Command: perl
> > Argument: $(FileName)
> > Initial directory: $(FileDir)
> > Capture Output: ON
> > When I run it using this user tool, I'm not
> prompted for the input :(
> > Does anyone know what is the wrong setting I did here.
> > Thanks
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