Specific settings files (INI files)
From version 1.04.0.0004,
Easy Code includes the "/C"
switch in its
command line for using configuration files other than the default one
switch must be followed by a file
name up to 8 characters long (with no extension). Below is the syntax
blank between /C
Where <FileName> is any valid file name up to 8 characters long (if longer, it will be trimmed to 8) and [ProjectPath] is the path to the project to be opened. The [ProjectPath] parameter is optional, so no project will be opened if [ProjectPath] is not specified. On the other hand, Easy Code always adds the "ini" extension to <FileName>, so no extension should be specified.
You can type none, one or more blanks between /C and <FileName> (as you like), but at least a blank is needed between <FileName> and [ProjectPath]. Below is a simple example which will run Easy Code with no project and using the ECW7_64.ini file settings:
The following example will run Easy Code using the ECW7_64.ini file settings and opening the Test.ecp project, located at D:\Projects\EC\Test:
The following example does not use the "/C" switch, so it will run Easy Code using the default file settings (EasyCode.ini) and opening the Test.ecp project, located at D:\Projects\EC\Test:
REMARKS: If the file specified by the /C switch does not exist, it will be created with default values.