Command Sequence

This document describes Command Sequence configuration file and command line parameters.


Configure a Ruby class to export the command sequence definition into a custom format

Parameter Description Required
Exporter Class Filename The name of the Ruby class which implements the exporter. Follow the convention of lower case filename with words separated by underscores. For example if your class is “MyExporter” your filename would be “my_exporter.rb”. True
Exporter Class Arguments Arguments to pass to the class constructor. There can be more than one. False

Command Line Parameters

Usage: ruby CmdSequence [options]

    -h, --help                       Show this message
    -v, --version                    Show version
        --system FILE                Use an alternative system.txt file
    -c, --config FILE                Use the specified configuration file
        --stylesheet FILE            Use the specified stylesheet

Window Size Options:
        --minimized                  Start the tool minimized
        --maximized                  Start the tool maximized
        --defaultsize                Start the tool in its default size
        --stay-on-top                Force the tool to stay on top of all other windows

Window X & Y Position Options:
  Positive values indicate a position from the top and left of the screen.
  Negative values indicate a position from the bottom and right of the screen.
  A value of -1 indicates to place the right or bottom side of the window
  next to the right or bottom edge of the screen.
    -x, --xpos VALUE                 Window X position
    -y, --ypos VALUE                 Window Y position

Window Width and Height Options:
  Specifing width and height will force the specified dimension.
  Otherwise the window will layout according to its defaults.
    -w, --width VALUE                Window width
    -t, --height VALUE               Window height

Command Sequence Specific Options:
    -o, --output DIRECTORY           Save files in the specified directory
    -r, --run FILE                   Open and run the specified sequence