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abba77 22nd January 2010 06:04 AM

Command line options
 
Hi,

I found the cmdline.txt which gives me the options.

I use XBMC and would like to use bsplayer as my external player. I want to pass the arguments -fs -eend -hide.

The problem is that bsplayer needs them after the filename for it to work, e.g.:

Code:

"C:\Program Files\Webteh\BSplayerPro\bsplayer.exe" "C:\Downloads\sample.mkv" -fs -eend -hide

XBMC passes the arguements after the executable and before the filename, which bsplayer doesnt like, e.g.:

Code:

"C:\Program Files\Webteh\BSplayerPro\bsplayer.exe" -fs -eend -hide "C:\Downloads\sample.mkv"
Is there a way to make it work, or can a suggestion be made that the arguements could be in either order for it to work in an upcoming update?

Thanks.

BSPeter 22nd January 2010 10:42 AM

Maybe this is more a question (or feature request) for XBMC Community Forum ?
:wink:

abba77 22nd January 2010 07:15 PM

Posted there too. No reply yet so looks im stuck on my own for now.

Ignore the fact that I am discussing XBMC.

In my experience, most switches ive used in any application in command line mode always come after the executable. I would imagine that there is a standard that is usually followed.

BSPeter 22nd January 2010 08:56 PM

Can't you "fool" XBMC? (I'm totally ignorant on it, so don't shoot me!)
Anyhow: moved this thread to feature requests.
:wink:

abba77 22nd January 2010 11:08 PM

Thanks,

Right now I cannot change it in XBMC as this setting is in the compiled code. (There are a lot of custom stuff in XML files, but this isnt one of them. I've asked for it to be.)

As a long time user of BSPlayer, would be great if this could eventually work with switches in either position. I know this is probably a very underused feature, but it would make it more complete.

As for trying to fool it, someone suggested a batch file, but I cant figure out how to move the switches after the filename.


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