Provided by: caja-actions_1.8.3-3_amd64
caja-actions-new - create new caja actions
caja-actions-new creates new actions for the caja file manager non-interactively via the commandline. Action attributes are specified via command-line options.
Help options -?, -h, --help Show help options --help-all Show all help options --help-output Choose where the program creates the action Action-creation options -l, --label=LABEL The label of the menu item (amndatory) -t, --tooltip=TOOLTIP The tooltip of the menu -i, --icon=ICON The icon of the menu item (filename or GTK stock ID) -c, --command=PATH The path of the command -p, --parameters=PARAMS The parameters of the command -m, --match=EXPR A pattern to match selected files against. May include wildcards (*or?) (you must set one option for each pattern you need) -C, --match-case=PATH The path command -T, --mimetypes=EXPR A pattern to match selected files' mimetype against. May include wildcards (*or?) (you must set one option for each pattern you need) -f, --accept-files Set it if selection must only contain files -d, --accept-dirs Set it if the selection must only contain folders. Specify both '--isfile' and '--isdir' options is selection can contain both types of items -M, --accept-multiple-files Set it if the selection can have several items -s, --scheme=SCHEME A valid GVFS scheme where the selected files should be located (you must set onw option for each scheme you need)
caja-actions has been derived from nautilus-actions which has been written by Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo[AT]novell.com>, Frederic Ruaudel <grumz[AT]grumz.net>, Pierre Wieser <pwieser[AT]trychlos.org>, and contributors. The porting work to the MATE desktop environment under the extension name caja-actions has been done by Wolfgang Ulbrich <chat-to-me[at]raveit.de>. This manual page was written Vangelis Mouhtsis <vangelis[AT]gnugr.org>, for the Debian MATE Packaging Team, and may be used by others.
Both the caja-actions source code and this man page are licensed under the GNU General Public License (v2 or higher).