Creating new file when opening scribes in shell with "scribes <filename>"?

Asked by cynapsia on 2011-09-03

Scribes always complains that the file doesn't exist when I try to open a non existing one with "scribes <new filename>". Would it be possible to do create an empty file if it doesn't exist yet?

Such a feature would give three advantages..
a) no need to touch <filename> before opening scribes
b) the right syntax hightlight based on the extension even for new files
c) the file would be autosaved at the right spot right from the beginning

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2011-09-03
Mystilleef (mystilleef) said : #1

scribes -n newfile

should create a new file from the shell.

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