Execute Shell Script / Batch

EditRocket provides the ability for users to execute shell scripts on OS X and Unix/Linux machines, and the ability to execute batch programs on Windows machines.

The execute script / batch tool has options for specifying the location of the script or batch file on the file system, and for specifying the working directory under which the user would like the script or batch to execute. The tool also allows users to enter arguments to be passed into the script or batch file. The arguments should be entered one on each line in the area provided.

Hitting the execute button on the tool will start the execution of the script or batch. Once the script or batch completes, EditRocket will display any output from the script or batch in a new window. The output includes any output returned from the script or batch, and any errors that may have occurred.