Running Node (or any unix cmd line program) from Shell from a LC Stack

Mike Bonner bonnmike at gmail.com
Mon May 9 21:02:16 EDT 2016


Ah, I see. And thank you!  I now have a plugin that does a shell (source
blah blah echo $PATH) so that I always have my full terminal path available
to lc shell.  No extra/custom paths added yet, but it'll be nice to always
have the full path so I don't have to mess with absolute pathing (or
building the path in the shell every time)

Thanks for sharing!

On Mon, May 9, 2016 at 5:36 PM, [-hh] <hh at hh.on-rev.com> wrote:

> Mike B. worte:
> > Try this:
> > set the shellcommand to "/bin/bash"
> > get shell("source ~/.bash_profile ; <yourcommands here> ")
>
> You are right, of course. For one's own machine this is the
> simplest. One could even vice versa write a full (temporary)
> shell-profile before using shell.
> But if you wish to know if a user has installed a 'default'
> binary you wish to use at the 'default' place or elsewhere,
> then this could fail.
> I am for example nearly always working as root (that's the
> only way to avoid silly errors) but never would allow others
> to use my root shell.
>
> > Is there any way to get lc to process .bash_profile by default?
>
> Why not set $PATH or $PATH-additions in the preferences?
>
>
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