Reacting to shell commands?

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Tue Oct 17 08:49:57 EDT 2006


Hi Ian,

When you launch a standalone from the command line, you can submit  
parameters with the command. These parameters are in variables $1,  
$2,... $n.

The relaunch command is a good option. I'm about to do this myself  
but haven't done so yet. It would be nice to trick Revolution to make  
it think that a second instance of the standalone was launched while  
in reality the command line was used, but I don't know if this is  
possible.

If you want to communicate between standalones, you could use sockets.

Best,

Mark

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Op 17-okt-2006, om 13:42 heeft Ian Wood het volgende geschreven:

> On a Mac you can (with a few workarounds) add in AppleScript  
> functionality to control your Rev apps from outside. Can something  
> similar be set up for the command line?
>
> I'm mostly interested in Windows solutions, presumably this will  
> involve using the relaunch handler?
>
> Ian





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