maiku41 wrote on Thu Oct 11 15:57:22 MEST 2007:
I have a Perl script file that has no extention (.pl, .pm, etc). How do I get it to show up in Epic rather than the default Eclipse text editor?
jploski wrote on Fri Oct 12 21:46:59 MEST 2007:
There is no way: https://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1256145&group_id=75859&atid=545277
brusberg wrote on Tue Oct 30 16:34:30 CET 2007:
As a workaround: right mouse key -> Open With ... -> Other -> Epic Perl Editor It will even remember this decision - for this particular file.
lancezant wrote on Fri Mar 28 22:03:33 CET 2008:
Since I only want this for a couple of files, I found that putting the exact file names in the type list does the trick as far as choosing an editor goes. It apparently causes some confusion inside EPIC, because it disables the "Run" button in the launch dialog. It does let me apply/save the changes and launch by picking it off the drop-down list, and even step through the debugger. However, there are some variables I don't see and I have other run-time problems. I suspect these are unrelated, but I don't know for sure. Can anyone tell me whether this seems ok or smells like a trap?
aball wrote on Mon Mar 31 16:30:39 MEST 2008:
I actually JUST posted something about this a while ago, though the Open With... -> Other would probably be easier. Unfortunately my eclipse doesn't seem to have the "Other" option under "Open With..."
aball wrote on Mon Mar 31 16:31:01 MEST 2008:
Ooops, forgot the link http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?thread_id=1954393&forum_id=258688
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