Viewing and editing .htaccess files

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Mario Hofer

13 Jan, 2010 12:36 PM

Hi,

I browsed the faq and the community, but I couldn't find out, how to view and edit .htaccess files with Aptana Studio.

I'm working on a Max OS X SnowLeopard operating system and the .* files are normally hidden.

Maybe that's the reason why I can't see / edit them?

Thanks in advance.

Cheers, Mario

  1. 2 Posted by Mario Hofer on 13 Jan, 2010 01:45 PM

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    Ok, there is a way to show the hidden files and being able to edit them then.

    Inside the file/project explorer click on the drop down arrow on the upper right and then select "Customize View...". Uncheck the ". files" and apply. You will see now all . files in the file/project explorer.

    What I miss is to be able to hide the . files I don't want to see, as .project etc. I there a way to handle this? Or even better, a possibility to hide all . files, except .htaccess. Is that possible?

    Cheers, Mario

  2. 3 Posted by happyhacker on 13 Jan, 2010 02:59 PM

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    Thanks.

  3. Support Staff 4 Posted by Michael Xia on 14 Jan, 2010 05:42 AM

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    Currently the ability to filter File View by specific pattern is missing in 2.0. We're looking to add it in the upcoming release.

    Regards,
    Michael

  4. 5 Posted by Rick on 01 Apr, 2010 09:45 PM

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    Surely there is a way to add our own filters. Anyone?

  5. Support Staff 6 Posted by Michael Xia on 09 Apr, 2010 10:17 PM

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    Yes you can by writing a small custom plugin of your own and using the extension point org.eclipse.ui.navigator.navigatorContent. I attached an example plugin which implements .project filtering and its source.

  6. Michael Xia closed this discussion on 17 Sep, 2010 01:34 AM.

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