The custom tool really only takes a command, not a shell expression. So in
your example "echo %t | sqlformatter.exe" the "|" doesn't do what you
think it does - instead it is just passed on as a literal to the "echo"
What you should do is put the commands in a ".bat" file, then use that
".bat" file as a custom command.
I would advice to go the "%f" route and use a custom script to extract the
sql and run it through the formatter. The "%t" might not work at all in
combination with the code blocks plugin - at least, I have not tested that.
Hope this helps,
On Thu, Apr 30, 2015 at 1:38 PM, Graham Foster <gandalfmeis...@gmail.com>
> I do a lot of SQL and use Zim for keeping notes on client issues / the SQL
> used to investigate issues.
> I have the source code plugin, which does nice highlighting, but I would
> like to do reformatting too.
> I have a command line reformatter, but it expects SQL text in – not wiki
> format text. I tried passing selected text, but that doesn’t work.
> I can make it work like a filter for simple SQL, but although I use %t as
> parameter – it still doesn’t work.
> echo %t | sqlformatter.exe - fails command notfound??
> sqlformatter.exe %f - fails – chokes on the wiki text
> Any suggestions as to how to get this to work please?
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