Rainbow can be executed from the command line if needed.
The general syntax is:
C:/>Rainbow [<parameter> [<parameter [...]]]
Like for any other Windows executable, to invoke Rainbow from a command
line, you must either add the location of
rainbow.exe in your
PATH environment variable, or use the full path to
in the command line.
The parameters of the command line are not case-sensitive. You can also
use either a '/' or a '-' to prefix the commands. For example, the commands
The commands are executed in the same order as they are in the command
The parameters you can use are the following:
|Executes the utility
<UtilityId> of the utility set
that the utilities you use in command-line mode do not have to be listed
|Exits Rainbow. This command is executed
only if there are no error and no warning in the Log. Use
to exit without check.
|Exists Rainbow, regardless of the Log.
|Saves the current project file.
|Save the current project as a new project
<ProjectFile> as the current project
<ProjectFile> as the
current project file, but do not add it in the list of most recent used
files (shown in the
Recent Projects sub-menu).
Here are a few examples of command lines:
C:\>Rainbow MyProject.rbp /e oku_set01:extraction /q
This command starts Rainbow, loads the project file
MyProject.rbp, then executes the Text Extraction utility
with whatever parameters and input files are set in the project file. When
it's done, Rainbow is closed.
This command starts Rainbow and loads the project file
Rainbow stays open when the command line has been executed.