Abracode, Inc. has released an update for OnMyCommandCM, bringing it to version 1.6.1. OnMyCommandCM is a plug-in designed for contextual command line execution. The update features full shell script support and activation options. According to Abracode:
OnMyCommandCM 1.6.1 is a new version of contextual menu command line instruction executor. UNIX command may take a clicked object path as a parameter so you may perform an action on file or folder. A command can be executed in Terminal.app or silently. But the best part is that users build their own commands, their own Contextual Menu Items.
What is new in version 1.6.1:
- Full support for shell scripts. Finally you can use perl, python or other scripting language directly in your command
- New activation option for contextual menu to tell in which applications the command should or must not show
- Dialogs may now be built directly in Interface Builder and control values are easily accessed in command description
- Included a DropletBuilder application for easy droplet application creation and upgrading incomplete ".droplet" stubs to full apps
- Fixed a bug involving text selection and a dialog in Carbon applications in Mac OS 10.3
- Online command collection contains about 320 commandsxtual Menu Workshop Web site
You can find more information about the OnMyCommandCM update at the Contextual Menu Workshop Web site. OnMyCommandCM 1.6.1 is available as freeware.