Tutorial :CCNetConfig command line parameter for opening a ccnet.config?



Question:

I'm trying out CCNetConfig (warning, website a little slow). Great app, one annoyance.

I can see in the documentation and even in the source code (Look at the end of the Initialize method) that I should be able to pass in a command line parameter to automatically load the configuration file.

I have tried:

-f E:\CruiseControl.Net\server\ccnet.config  -file E:\CruiseControl.Net\server\ccnet.config  -f=E:\CruiseControl.Net\server\ccnet.config  -file=E:\CruiseControl.Net\server\ccnet.config  

And the same 4 switches with quotes around the file name just in case.

They all produce errors or just don't work. Has anyone had success doing this?

Thanks in advance.


Solution:1

Try moving it to a different path. Try the simplest thing: c:\ccnet.config.

I'm guessing it's the source of the problem because I recall CCNetConfig gave me sh!t early on when I tried to open files in paths that had spaces in them (e..g in Program Files).


Solution:2

According to my version of CCNet the command line flag for using a different config file is -c or --config, so the following should do it...

-c "E:\CruiseControl.Net\server\ccnet.config"  

...which works for me.

I don't know why it uses a non-standard flag, but there you go.


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