I came across NEdit some thime ago and liked it a lot.
But there is one thing I could not figure out until today ...
When I create a commandline for the shell... a set of shell commands for compiling or something like that, I can use '%' as a placeholder of the filename.
But, can I access the basename of the file in some way? If I would be writing a programm in C it would have the extension .c ... and to compile and run the compiled programm I would need the basename only ... Got my point?
Any help is welcome!
Thanks, Greetings, Sascha
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