Executioner Command Line

Excute Me, Please!

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Manual

Special Commands and Arguments

Special commands and arguments are used by executioner to simplify common command tasks. All special commands and arguments begin with an at symbol "@" and will be removed before the final command is processed. Multiple special arguments should be separated by a space.

Executioner currently only has one special command.

  • @execute:$0 The @execute command allows you to execute other Executioner commands. In the below example it executes the proj command with the parameter last. Executioner will also allow you to enter just @execute as the Command, and the entire command string as the argument. Execute command

The following special arguments are available.

  • @continue The @continue argument continues with command execution, even if other special arguments such as @copy and @display would normally halt it.
  • @copy If the accompanying command is a file, the contents of that file will be copied, otherwise the resuling command will be copied. This argument halts command execution.
  • @display:$0:$1 The @display argument will display the contents of a file for $0 amount of time in miliseconds using $1 display plugin. If $0 is not set, no time out will occur. If $1 is not set, the default display plugin will be used. This argument halts command execution. Display argument
  • @raw The @raw argument will automatically join all parameters as one single parameter regardless of surrounding quotes.
  • @urlencode The @urlencode argument, url encodes all parameters sent to the command, this is useful when passing parameters to a url.