Sorry, I was unclear...
Consider the following screen content:
13.09.2012 12:36 <DIR> ____D__________ WINUSB
14.05.2013 15:35 15.602.230 ___A___________ ARCHIV~1.EXE ArchivInstall_184.108.40.206.exe
16.01.2012 18:36 50.023 ___A___________ CONFIG~1.MAF Configurable Language and Cultural Settings.maff
10.07.2013 10:43 2.392.064 ___A___________ PSCX-3~1.MSI Pscx-3.0.0.msi
03.06.2011 14:40 6.215.646 ___A___________ GR-KAB~1.PDF GR-KabelKatalog2011.pdf
Now, when pressing a defined key, with the cursor being e.g. on "Pscx-3.0.0.msi", a program would start that - depending on the file type (here msi) - would handle file "Pscx-3.0.0.msi" (preferably in a way configurable through some config file).
Would this be possible through a BTM file or a plugin? I've already implemented such a behavior for Firefox (with Vimperator) and vi itself. Would be a nice thing to have as it would lead to a "leaner" workflow: Instead of selecting "Pscx-3.0.0.msi", copying it, pasting it into the command line, and prefixing it with a command, I would simply have to position the cursor and press a key (sometimes I long for my good old BS2000..., which brings me to an alternative: What about having the possibility to edit the console output directly, and start commands from the edited area?).