The Telosys-CLI configuration is defined in the file
This file is located in the directory where Telosys-CLI has been installed. It can be edited with any text editor.
For now, this file simply allows you to define a specific external editor that will be launched for all "edit" commands (eg "eb", "ecfg", etc.) and a specific file explorer for "fx" command.
Telosys-CLI comes with its own text editor, but this editor is quite basic and requires a graphical interface (eg GNOME or KDE for Linux). So you might prefer to set another text editor.
Telosys allows you to define a command to launch your favorite text editor for example "Visual Source Code", "Atom", "Sublime Text", "Notepad++", etc
EditorCommandproperty to define the command that will be launched by Telosys-CLI.
The value is the OS command to execute to launch the editor. If the executable file is accessible via the "PATH", you can use it as a simple command (without full path). Otherwise, you need to find where the editor is installed and use the full path.
$FILEvariable is a placeholder representing the file to edit.
Visual Studio Code ( executable file is "code" )
EditorCommand = code $FILE
EditorCommand = D:/Tools/Microsoft VS Code/code.exe $FILE
Atom editor ( executable file is "atom" )
EditorCommand = atom $FILE
EditorCommand = D:/Tools/atom/atom.exe $FILE
Sublime Text ( executable file is "subl" )
EditorCommand = subl $FILE
EditorCommand = D:/Tools/SublimeText/subl.exe $FILE
Notepad++ ( executable file is "notepad++" )
EditorCommand = notepad++ $FILE
EditorCommand = C:/Program Files (x86)/Notepad++/notepad++.exe $FILE
Linux Mint editors
EditorCommand = /usr/bin/xed $FILE
EditorCommand = /usr/bin/gnome-terminal -e "vi $FILE"
EditorCommand = /usr/bin/gnome-terminal -e "nano $FILE"
Linux Lubuntu editors
EditorCommand = /usr/bin/leafpad $FILE &
EditorCommand = /usr/bin/lxterminal -e "vi $FILE"
EditorCommand = /usr/bin/lxterminal -e "nano $FILE"
The "fx" command launches a file explorer in the current directory (since ver 4.1.0).
2 commands are defined by default : "explorer" for Windows and "open" for MacOS.
You can set your own command to use your favorite explorer by using the
$DIRis a placeholder for the directory where to start the explorer.
Windows - 'TotalCommander'
FileExplorerCommand = C:/Program Files/totalcmd/totalcmd64.exe $DIR
Linux Ubuntu - 'Nautilus' ( executable file is "nautilus" )
FileExplorerCommand = nautilus $DIR