Why would I use it?
How does it work?
Version 0.4 (10/08/2010)
- CSS Support – now you can crush CSS files as easily as your JS ones.
- Now remembers your settings from last time you launched – no clicking all the way down through every time you want to work on the same project again.
- Known issue: Command-line options may not work correctly (use 0.3 instead) – testing here has been minimal.
- Known issue: Closing the AutoWhack window exits the application rather than minimizing to system tray. Will be fixed in next release.
If you close the window, AutoWhack will continue to run and sit in your system tray out of the way. To exit AutoWhack, right-click the system tray icon and select “Exit AutoWhack”.
Download the JAR as before, but run the following command (or similar) to run the JAR:
java -jar AutoWhack-0.3-win32.jar --no-ui
You’ll get a list of command-line options that you can use:
usage: autowhack -a,--absolute Use absolute path to root directory -d,--directory <arg> Root directory -e,--extension <arg> File extension to filter upon -i,--interval <arg> Check interval (in milliseconds) -n,--no-ui Don't show a GUI -o,--output <arg> Output file
Warning: These command-line options might not work that well as they haven’t had much love in recent weeks. Any problems, leave them in the comments.