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Re: st: RE: TextEditor Automation


From   Nick Winter <nwinter@virginia.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: RE: TextEditor Automation
Date   Sun, 03 Feb 2008 13:34:52 -0500

I use the following program to automate opening up my editor (TextPad) with a specified file to edit. Presumably code from this could be modified to simply open up the editor automatically.

This program lets me type "tp myfile.ado" to open up -myfile.ado- in the editor. The -findfile- line means that I can load up an ado file even if I'm not in its directory, as long as its along the ado path.

--Nick Winter

program tp
version 9.1
qui findfile `1'
local fn `r(fn)'
local fn : subinstr local fn "/" "\" , all
winexec "c:\program files\textpad 4\textpad.exe" "`r(fn)'"
end






Martin Weiss

I was wondering whether it is possible to have the profile.do open your
favorite texteditor in a maximized window automatically. http://fmwww.bc.edu/repec/bocode/t/textEditors.html gives advice on how
to
handle editors to edit do-files. I cannot find a section on passing
command
line arguments to the winexec command to have it open the editor
maximized,
though. Any ideas?


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