[Plugin update] NppEventExec with a lot of new goodies.
MIvanchev last edited by MIvanchev
Do enjoy using the great NppExec? Then you’ll surely enjoy adding another layer to it that allows you to automatically execute scripts when Notepad++ fires an event. That’s right, NppEventExec has been updated. The plugin is now available for both x86 and x64 Notepad++ from the plugin manager (currently you need to get it from the development list, enable it from the manager’s settings) and you’ll need to install NppExec separately.
This is a major update featuring everything for a smooth workflow. Take a look at the demo on the homepage on the homepage for a quick start. One usage scenario is the formatting of source code, e.g. using this handy script before the file is saved (NPPN_FILEBEFORESAVE). Another idea is to compile source after the file is saved (NPPN_FILESAVED). I’m sure you’ll come up with additional interesting scenarios :) Please share your experience!
Please understand, this update is a big leap from the previous rather primitive releases. Be on your guard for potential issues and please report everything you find. I would like to give you the best quality possible.
Jim Dailey last edited by
@MIvanchev This looks like a really useful tool! Thanks.