Is there a way (probably a macro) how to open cmd in current file's directory?
Say I am editting a file
D:\foo\bar.txt and would like to open cmd in
D:\foo\. It would really help running various precompilers etc.
If your file is on a UNC path then this won't work as it's not possible to
If your source file is on a different drive letter than Notepad++ then it will switch to the correct path but won't switch the drive letter as it appears not to be adding the
You can make the
NB: You cannot edit this file using Notepad++ as it will be overwritten by the in memory options when Notepad++ is closed. Ensure there is no running Notepad++ and edit the xml file using MS Notepad or any other text editor.
(EDIT: Patch submitted to Notepad++ on SourceForge to correct this: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=3475087&group_id=95717&atid=612384)
If you want to assign to a shortcut key select
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