Allow to run build programs (such as running Python/Ruby/Node/etc scripts) from Brackets and display results in panel. It is possible to create own build systems via 'Edit>Edit Builder' menu item and editing opened JSON-file (you need to restart Brackets).
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README.md

Brackets Script Builder

Forked from https://github.com/ghaxx/brackets-script-builder

For new features, see the changelog below.

Allows to run programs contained in one file (can be used for Scala, Java, Python, Ruby, Node, C++, Bash, PHP) from Brackets and display results in panel. It is possible to create own build systems via 'Edit > Script Builder Configuration' menu item and editing opened JSON file (you need to restart Brackets afterwards).

Based on Brackets Builder.

Keyboard shortcuts:

  • F9 = Run script.
  • F10 = Compile script.
  • Shift-F10 = Run compiled script.

Changelog

  • Update console logic.
    • Support quotes in output text.
    • Improve JSON output.
    • Word wrap output.
    • Make text selectable.
  • Add new builder.json environment variable ($PROJ_ROOT).
  • Add PHP to builder config.
  • Add Bash to builder config.
  • Lint code.
    • Include .jslintrc file.
  • Remove menu error.
  • Replace deprecated Brackets method.
  • Add new 'tack' button to panel.
    • Tack on = Hide panel on file change (default setting).
    • Tack off = Keep panel open on file change.
  • Change F11 keyboard shortcut to Shift-F10 (for better OS X compatibility).

Environment Variables

  • $PATH = The current files directory.
  • $PROJ_ROOT = The current projects root directory.
  • $FILE = The current files name (including extension).
  • $BASE_FILE = The current files name (excluding extension).
  • $FULL_FILE = The current files full path (including extension).