Edit: Updated readme to version 0.2.0.
Continuing the discussion from Filter text through shell command:
Yes, there is. I just released
shell-it. Thanks for the idea. I really like this.
This is the readme …
A simple Atom package to replace text in the editor by passing it through a shell command. It is in the vein of
%! in VIM.
- select text
shell-it:open(default keybinding is
- type in a shell cmd (such as
- hit enter
- The command will be executed in an OS shell
Stdin and Stdout
The left checkboxes specify stdin from the selected text and/or the clipboard. If both are checked the clipboard and selection are concatenated for the input.
The right checkboxes specify where stdout is sent. If both are checked then the output goes to both the clipboard and the selection.
The working directory is set to the project containing the current editor
Copyright Mark-Hahn with the MIT license.