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Topic #116 Executable variables
    by chefjoeardee - visitor
07/07/2006 @ 18:51
It would be great if instead of simply passing all availble variables to the executable file, if you could choose which ones you passed, and where.

I have this program that expects a title, and a message body. I would like to be able to do something like this:
c:\program.exe -t %subject% -m %message%
Where -t is the title flag, and -m is the message flag.

I already love the program! I just think this would be a great addition.
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Answer #1 by chefjoeardee - visitor
07/07/2006 @ 20:05
I fixed my problem by creating a .bat file as a "go-between" for the two applications. It's really cool, it uses: to display notices.
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Answer #2 by Globs - rank ( 220 messages )
10/07/2006 @ 21:46

I fixed my problem by creating a .bat file as a "go-between" for the two applications

That's exactly what I was about to suggest before I read your own aswer.

Thank's for pointing out Snarl, I didn't know about it. Looks pretty and useful. I just think it should be part of the OS, as well as Growl on OSX.
Here, KDE is the winner on Linux with it's knotify system.
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