I was refering to this:
... found in Textmate wiki.
I literally copied the shell script presented here, and inserted the
path to it on my system, adding "sh" at front, which looked like this:
On 27/03/2008, at 4:30 AM, Jonas Steverud wrote:
24 mar 2008 kl. 13.02 skrev pascal@g:
hi, I'm a bit confuse with the shell command
to allow preview HTML
page with browser instead of Web Preview. I'm not familiar enough
with Terminal to "experiment".
when I paste:
... I go nowhere.
I would greatly appreciate someone's help on that, including the
command line to get a choice between Safari or Firefox.
I don't know what the browser.sh script does, but what you do is
starting a new shell and let it parse whatever is in the script,
when the browser.sh script ends, sh will terminate and you'll be
back where you started. If that script for instance change to
another directory it will only be done within the new shell and you
won't see anything.
You'll get a much better idea of what the browser.sh script does and
what it expects for command line etc. if you open it in you favorite
test editor (whichever that might be...) and try to read it, scripts
are usually commented and that might make some sense. It would be
much easier to help you if you told us where you got that script and
where you downloaded it from. I've never heard of it, but that
doesn't say much.
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