inkscape.exe can be used in command line, for a .bat file for example ?

2009/5/25 Jasper van de Gronde <th.v.d.gronde@...528...>
Alvin Penner wrote:
> the Adib wrote:
>> Any reason why there is a need for a separate application?
> to the best of my knowledge, there is no other way of trapping error
> messages to the console in Windows. One can, of course, run the Python
> script by the same author (at, but this is not
> really suitable for 'most' users.

What I've done is that I've modified my build.xml to output a console
application instead of a GUI application. This hardly ever leads to
conflicts (as these switches are usually left alone). I just have to
make sure I don't commit my version of build.xml, but this is not a big

Of course this is only interesting for developers, and I do think it
makes sense to make the console messages more accessible in Inkscape,
but perhaps just adding inkscapec.exe to Inkscape's directory would not
be accessible enough. Perhaps a separate shortcut that would start

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