Optimumcut-1D v3 Command Line Support
Optimumcut-1D v3 Product Development
Optimumcut-1D v3 now supports a command line interface allowing Optimumcut to be controlled by other applications or via scripts.
To support the command line a new executable is included with v3.3.0 and later. This executable is called OC1D.exe and is identified by a gray version of the standard icon.
The command line interface supports the standard convention of both /? and /help to show help about using the command line.
The help information gives descriptive information about each supported parameter as well as an example command line for running Optimumcut-1D v3.
Specific help for the command line is also shown if any of the parameters have been entered incorrectly.
When running a report, the command line interface provides real-time status information of what part of the process Optimumcut-1D is performing. The final output provides information on the size of the output files and a success or failure message.
Additionally the interface support the standard command line redirection features. This allows the logged output to be sent to a log file instead of output to the screen. This can be accomplished with the standard > redirection character.
- An input parameter is either missing or invalid. If the project file parameter is missing or the file does not exist and error message is displayed. If neither a /Report or /Labels parameter has been specified then an error message is displayed.
- If an error occurs during the loading, optimisation or report generation then an appropriate error message is displayed.
A Failed error message is displayed in red to highlight the error to the user.