Commandline

Sjolleren
2007-02-11
2013-06-12
  • Sjolleren

    Sjolleren - 2007-02-11

    I've searched these open dicussions and i can't seem to find any information on which commandline switches there's available for Console.

    I've seen mentions of a -c (related to ConsoleHere registry add), -d (directory related?) and -t (not really sure what this does), but I can't get them to parse anything to Console.

    What i'm looking for is a way to use Console to start .bat/.cmd files (E.g. "Console.exe -[some swicth] "[.bat/.cmd file]").

     
    • Marko Bozikovic

      Marko Bozikovic - 2007-02-12

      Try the Help file :) There's a command line reference in the 'Running Console' section.

       
    • Sjolleren

      Sjolleren - 2007-02-12

      Ah... The readme file :)

      I missed it as it wasn't in the v2 beta pack. Anyway it didn't really solve my initial problem though. If I do Console -c "/k echo test", I get at new Console window, but test is not echoed (which it is in v1.5). Actually test is not echoed to the console window (the cmd one) eighter.

       
      • Marko Bozikovic

        Marko Bozikovic - 2007-02-12

        The *help* file: console.chm :-) You can find it in console dir, or just press F1 (the default help command button)

         
    • Sjolleren

      Sjolleren - 2007-02-14

      Damn, what a tool I've been...

      I just picked the top file from the list, without looking at the buildnumber :)

      Thanks for being patient, mate!

       
  • Anonymous - 2011-07-06

    CHM no longer works and I lost my old files.  How does one start console pointing to a different XML config file?

     
  • Kirill

    Kirill - 2011-07-06

    console.exe -c "D:\path\to\console-default.xml"

    And the workaround for CHM file can be found in comments to bug 3204477

     

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