Pipe helps you write, test, and debug shell scripts quickly while using your favorite text editor. You can filter text through your scripts and see the script source, input, and output simultaneously. Pipe also provides a system-wide service so you can feed text from any application through your scripts.
|Tags||Software Development Text Processing General Utilities|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
Release Notes: A problem that prevented Pipe from correctly working on Intel Macs has been corrected. Pipe now requires Mac OS X 10.4.
Release Notes: This release fixed a bug where the cursor position was always reset in the input window when a script was run.
Release Notes: This release repairs the C and C++ templates, which did not work on Mac OS X 10.4 anymore.
Release Notes: A problem that prevented Pipe from starting correctly on some occasions has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to pass arbitrary variables to scripts, introduces an optional new single-file script file format, adds new templates and scripts to the library, and improves handling of temporary files, which now allow the usage of Java in scripts. It displays line numbers in the editor.