Nautilus Templates
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Description:

Nautilus Templets for

OpenOffice
Writter
Calc
Draw
Impress
Programing and Scripts

C++
Mono
C#
GNOME#
GTK#
Java
Perl
Python
Bash
Web Development
HTML
XML
PHP
CSS

To install open a Nautilus Window and click on Go > Templates. Then extract the Templates into that folder.



Last changelog:

10 years ago

Added
public class ClassNameHere
{
public static void main(String[] args)
{

}
}
to the java Template

AbacusMonkey

7 years ago

These templates are excellent. Thank you for doing them.

One quick heads up though, the "New OpenOffice spredsheet Document.ods" template should read spreadsheet instead of spredsheet.

Easily missed, right.

Cheers again :-)

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motin

9 years ago

Here is a "Nautilus Script Template.sh":

Quote:

#!/bin/bash

# Example: Display some useful variables in a Zenity dialog box:
echo "Some useful variables:
\$0: $0
\$*: $*
\$@: $@
\$HOME: $HOME
\$PATH: $PATH
\`whoami\`: `whoami`" 2>&1 | zenity --text-info;

exit 0;


Cheers

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motin

9 years ago

I too have set the correct shebangs for the various scripts - without them I don't see the point in the template.

A great continuation would be to include some friendly comments/information and/or examples for the various script languages.

This way new computer-interested users can easily get a welcoming to bash and/or python programming for instance - and see how everything is prepared and good-to-go in order to write own programs and scripts. That at least was one of the wonders of Linux that I had discovered.

Btw, I tried to promote Ubuntu not to forget including templates by default in Hardy: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=4235219#post4235219

However - I guess we should probably fill a request directly to the GNOME team...

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h-milch

10 years ago

While some of the templates are handy, I fail to see the usefullness of the empty ones.
Why would you want to create an empty newshellscript.sh? Just to save typing the file ending?

Anyways, I removed them since they only clutter the menu.

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renatoram

10 years ago

I partly agree: I edited them to have the standard shebang line at the top, so they are actually useful (why call something a python script if it does not have the #!/usr/bin/env python line on top?).

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garoth

10 years ago

Yeah, man. Ultrasweet. This is really handy, and I don't know why a) the templates folder is empty to begin with and b) why the hell it is put into your home folder as a visible folder. I'd prefer it as either a hidden folder or somewhere else altogether. You can't access it for the first time that way, so most people would probably be more likely not to use it... it ends up wasting /home/user space.

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Phrodo00

10 years ago

add Templates to the .hidden file in your home

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bastanteroma

9 years ago

How do you do that? I'd love to make Templates hidden because my desktop is my home dir.

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CookedGryphon

10 years ago

I agree, these should be installed by default, at least the non-programming ones! I'd never bothered making my own templates, tho I use them all the time now. I always wondered why they didn't put any in by default.

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funkz

10 years ago

Great stuff, very handy! Though I create my own as I need them, I installed these over the top. These should be installed with GNOME by default. :)

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wedderburn

10 years ago

wow thats usefull :D

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10 years ago

Added
public class ClassNameHere
{
public static void main(String[] args)
{

}
}
to the java Template

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