[TxMt] Re: Adding Executor/Run Script for Custom Bundles

grosven grosven at gmail.com
Thu May 6 20:02:09 UTC 2010

Thanks, Rob. I'm obviously a total novice, sorry for the confusion.
What it is giving me is very helpful. It is giving me a preview of
HTML, so it is showing as a webpage. When I run it in terminal it
simply takes my ZML input and outputs into HTML, and it shows
basically as source. This is helpful sometimes, but not as critical as
the solution you posted. It would just be a nice to have.

So, I simply need to bust out


Do you think that will work? I don't have my mac with me at work right
now, but I'll check it out when I get home. Thanks again. You are the

On May 6, 11:40 am, Rob McBroom <mailingli... at skurfer.com> wrote:
> On May 6, 2010, at 4:37 AM, grosven wrote:
> > Rob! Thanks so much--this is way helpful, and much more elegant than
> > my previous web preview solution :) I was specifically trying to
> > figure out how I get the terminal-type output in the html window, like
> > when I run my perl scripts.
> I'm not completely clear on what your asking. The example you gave seems like the scenario that you asked about in the original post, which the command should handle.
> The only thing I'm not sure about is you supplying DOCTYPE, etc. The `webpreview.sh` might already supply it's own "wrapper" HTML. If that's causing a problem for you, I think you could change the command to just run the `zml` part and set the output to "Show as HTML" in the command's drop-down.
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