Basic Commandline Features make kool stuff for batch files
Posted 13 March 2005 - 07:05 PM
The only time I am going to issue "emule.exe exit"
is if I want it to close, however it asks me if I really want it to close! (I have it prompt on exit, but should just be for GUI) I mean ofcourse I do, oops no I typed "exit" instead of "disconnect" hahah, understand? Maybe even just add "noprompt" to the end:
emule.exe exit noprompt
Also because I use scheduler and batch files to automate my machine, add more wicked commandline tools for eMule.
I know it cant run as "core", but that again would be great.
Maybe someone interested could write a "standalone core" from the latest version?
Commandline tools I was thinking of things like start only with ed2k, or only with Kad networks.
Start with max downloads *.
Start with connection speeds Up *.** Down *.**
Just stuff like that.
Is that a good idea?
Anymore commandline ideas?
Posted 15 March 2005 - 08:36 AM
fractal.design, on Mar 13 2005, 07:05 PM, said:
There is a parameter in preferences for the one.... "promt on exit"
But a "emule.exe exitquiet" would be useful, because you really want that parameter ON in most cases.
Posted 15 March 2005 - 09:58 AM
Arvid, on Mar 15 2005, 09:36 PM, said:
Yeah I know about the GUI setting. And I agree, in 'all' cases I want that on for the GUI incase I press close when I have all my downloads with heaps of sources and stuff (not that I would lose my places, just annonying with eMule massive Load times )
"emule.exe exitquiet" ? I think "emule.exe exit" should be made quiet.