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StewCam
Member
#1 | Posted: 12 Dec 2014 05:49 
What command line parameters are supported in TwistPad. In particular, is it possible to open TwistPad at a particular line number in a file?

Andre Santos
Carthago
Moderator
#2 | Posted: 13 Dec 2014 15:33 
Hi,

Thank you for you query.

At the moment Twistpad only supports a path to a file (to open) but this is something that can be easily added.

Besides the "Line number" any other command line you would like to see implemented?

I've been thinking about adding also a command line to specify 2 files for instant compare

Let me know,

André Santos
Carthago Software Support
http://www.carthagosoft.net

StewCam
Member
#3 | Posted: 13 Dec 2014 19:34 
Thanks for your reply. I would like to see the following parameters in order of preference:
1. Open at specific line number (useful when using Twistpad with third party search utilities, etc)
2. Compare 2 files

Andre Santos
Carthago
Moderator
#4 | Posted: 31 Aug 2016 08:58 
Hi,

Compare command line as been implmented in Twistpad 2.51, from the changes:

"Twistpad can now act as a standalone compare tool, the included "TwistCompare.Exe" when invoked with two files in the command line will launch the Twistpad compare window or using the command line switch "/C" (and 2 files) directly into Twistpad command line"

André Santos
Carthago Software Support
http://www.carthagosoft.net

Andre Santos
Carthago
Moderator
#5 | Posted: 31 Aug 2016 09:00 
PS: The jump to line should be implemented in the next version!

André Santos
Carthago Software Support
http://www.carthagosoft.net

StewCam
Member
#6 | Posted: 1 Sep 2016 04:39 
Thanks for the command line addition of file compare, and for working on the line jump feature.

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