OK, Cool. I likey - /listfile:app: - over the full path. In my case this scrubs ~18 characters off the length. I suppose I need to move .\Lists to AutoPatcher's root folder for this to work .\Scripts too
OK. I really only need the local script feature. I don't recall having a need for a local releases.list, but, who knows The option is nice. This is about as complicated as it gets for me...You should not use both listfile and localscript. Otherwise there will not be any other problem with the order of when the commands are listed. When the programs load up the first thing it does is initialize logging ability and then read command line. If there is report it please.
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autopatcher.exe /nolicense /verbose /localscript:app:\Scripts\test.script
I understand. I hope you decide to add this capability.I opted to leave the test list/script feature out of the options area as it could lead to confusion on the users part on what is going on there. This of course was before there was a front screen to stop from going strait into download scripts mode. I will think about adding it to the .net version.
Possibly an Advanced Options section in Options, noting that "using these features changes AP's normal behaviour" and is meant for "advanced users only"
Adding a checkbox that enables (activates) advanced options while disabling (deactivates, grays-out) the default list or script paths might help with reducing any confusion.
Clicking "Default Settings" button will reset AP, using the default paths for lists and scripts, as well graying-out (unchecking) the advanced options feature.
Get some sleep, it's the weekend.I will release the newest version of AP after I get some sleep. I will run a few tests on it then release once I get some sleep. 19hrs up WOOOHOOO!
This is good stuff If I wasn't so lazy I might compile the various tidbits of info that have circulated on the forum, finally using LibreOffice for somethin', maybe create an "Intro.to.AP.pdf" help, not really sure if it is necessary though? There's the wiki but does anyone even read/update it -> rhetorical question Meez thinks a pdf document might be nice too, full of helpful otherwise unknown musings on AP's usefulness & functionality. I must learn all AP's usefulness & functionality! Thinking out loud!.?
Seriously, if I should unlazy myself and create something remotely beneficial I'll share, I promise