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Using a command file


If your command line is very long, consider using -commandFile to specify a command file for your arguments.




Specify a file from which to read the command line arguments.


Useful when command lines become unwieldy or longer than the windows command shell limits.


Use -- to insert comments into the file, including when commenting out option.




-commandFile c:\regtests\

-commandFile "c:\reg tests\"



For any argument that can be supplied to a command in a command file, you can also specify an environment variable substitution.


-directory %DIR%
-program %DIR%\testProgram.exe


The environment variables must have been set prior to starting Memory Validator.


You cannot specify a command with an environment variable substitution.