This is the Windows app named treeshell whose latest release can be downloaded as strahilski.treeshell_1.1.6.jar. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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An Eclipse editor for shell (bash) scripts. Features:
1) Content outline with tree view for functions.
2) Association with files without an extension.
3) Jumping between if-then-else-elif-fi, do-done, etc. (CTRL+SHIFT+P jump forwards, CTRL+ZERO jump backwards.)
4) Easily copy the file-path of the edited file (CTRL+SHIFT+9). It's convenient to paste and execute in a console then.
NOTE1: these instructions won't work if you used an online installer for eclipse!
NOTE2: if you see bad bugs you can try 'Files' -> 'previous releases' in the menu.
Download the *.jar file into the 'plugins' sub-directory of your Eclipse installation and restart Eclipse. This will automatically associate the editor with all *.sh files and all files without extensions, e.g. 'sshDisable' but also 'README'. If you'd like to avoid association with no-extension-files or upgrade to a newer version see this link https://sourceforge.net/p/treeshell/wiki/AdvInst
- Content outline in tree form.
- Association with files without an extension.
- Clicking code selects containing function in outline and clicking in outline selects corresponding code in source viewer.
- Bidirectional jumping with cursor between if-then-elif-else-fi, case-esac, for, while, do-done, curly braces, etc.. (CTRL+SHIFT+P jump forwards, CTRL+ZERO jump backwards.)
- Easily copy the file-path of the edited file (CTRL+SHIFT+9). It's convenient to paste and execute in a console then.
- comment out/uncomment selected text (CTRL+/)
- Highlighting of matching brackets.
- Editor can be customized under "Window --> Preferences --> Treeshell".
- Use spaces for tabs; set tab-width or spaces-per-tab.
- Thanks go to http://ramkulkarni.com for the great tutorial!
This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/treeshell/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.