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A QuickLook plugin that lets you view plain text files without a file extension
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README.md

!! UPDATE !!

Hi all. I'm afriad I don't have time to maintain this project any more. I see the issues mounting but I don't have time to answer them. This was a pet project some time ago and I still use the plugin daily and it works just fine for me in it's current form. If anyone would like to step forward and be added a contributor to move it forward, please send me a message.

Duncan

Reinforcement have arrived :-)

I have volunteered to bring Duncan's excellent QL plugin a bit more up to date. Don't expect to much though. I will focus on backlogged pull requests to begin with.

Tomas

QuicklookStephen

QLStephen is a QuickLook plugin that lets you view plain text files without a file extension. Files like:

README
INSTALL
Capfile
CHANGELOG
etc...

Installation

Pre-compiled

Manually Compiled

Compliling the project yourself? Just copy the generated QLStephen.qlgenerator file into the relevant QuickLook folder (as above).

Trouble?

If you’ve installed the plugin, but don’t see any changes:

  • Make sure you are editing (a) the correct plist of (b) the correct bundle. (For example, you might have two QLStephen plugins. It’s possible the plugin in another directory—perhaps /Library/QuickLook/—is what is being read.)
  • Run qlmanage -r in the Terminal. (This will restart QuickLook, which reloads all plugins.)

Why “QLStephen”?

Because I was listening to Adam and Joe when I first wrote it.

Authors

Original author: Duncan Robertson

Special thanks to the following people for submitting patches over the years:

Contributing

  • Fork the project
  • Send a pull request
  • Don’t change the build number (I’ll do that when I release a new version)
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