Command-line features

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jandkw99
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Command-line features

Post by jandkw99 » Fri Jul 08, 2016 4:14 am

Hi,

I've been struggling to find any command-line help. Is there any?

I'm specifically interested in having a /merge option to merge the multiple files passed in on the command line.

Thanks,

Jason

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Re: Command-line features

Post by admin » Fri Jul 08, 2016 11:54 am

Hello Jason,

You can use the command line mode using option "--console" (no graphical interface at all). So if you use the command "logmx.bat --console" (on Windows) or "logmx.sh --console" (on Linux), it will display all the available options and their meaning. If you just want to use the command line to open the graphical interface with a specific file, then you don't need the "--console" option.

There is no "merge" option because it is natively supported by LogMX as a simple file using the file prefix "merge://". For example, if you want to merge 3 files f1, f2, f3, simply use:

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logmx.bat --console <options> merge://f1;f2;f3
or to open this merged file in the graphical interface:

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logmx.bat merge://f1;f2;f3
Xavier

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