This is a package for the Atom text editor to run the specified commands when saving a file.
Select the "Save Actions" sub-item in the "Packages" main menu item to open the command list editing window. In this window you can add commands with the desired properties, edit and delete them.
Press the "Save" button to apply the changes or just close the window to discard them.
You can use the following placeholders to specify the file path in commands
echo "File %FILE_NAME% from folder %FILE_DIR% has just been saved!"):
||The absolute file path.||/home/dev/projectX/lib/core.js|
||The absolute path to the file's directory.||/home/dev/projectX/lib|
||The full filename.||core.js|
||The base filename.||core|
||The file extension.||.js|
||The absolute path to the project's directory.||/home/dev/projectX|
||The relative path to the file in the project.||lib/core.js|
||The relative path to the file's directory in the project.||lib|
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