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PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:22 pm 
Hey,

on linux i'm not able to start it with java -jar <yourprogram>.jar
I always get the "help" output which arguments should be used like /c, /d etc.

However the java command gives me something like:

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Arguments: "/c"

and then the "help" output of your programm.


How am i supposed to give the argeuments on line? i tried: /c, \/c, -c, --c but nothing changes.

Cheers


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You using the command line wrong :D

Just write
"java -jar <yourprogram>.jar /c" and attach the command you like for ex:
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 10, 2010 5:30 pm 
ok, thanks :)

My thought was to switch it first to commandline and then enter commands *maybe*

It works, great work! Now hoping for a gui based thing in java. ;)


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