Author Topic: CLI Merge -s filename= problem on Windows 7 Enterprise and workaround  (Read 1603 times)

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conrad.drake

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Problem - merge -s on the command line interface "pops up" request for file name, despite being set

Eg. The following two command line examples result in a pop up

C:\Users\conrad.drake\Documents\RTT_Test>PDFShellTools.exe merge  -s -IncludeBookmarks -GroupBookmarks -BookmarkAll filename=william3.pdf test*.pdf
C:\Users\conrad.drake\Documents\RTT_Test>PDFShellTools.exe merge  -s -IncludeBookmarks -GroupBookmarks -BookmarkAll "filename=william2.pdf" test_A.pdf;test_B.pdf


The work around is to use the full path in the filename
Eg. This works properly
C:\Users\conrad.drake\Documents\RTT_Test>PDFShellTools.exe merge  -s -IncludeBookmarks -GroupBookmarks -BookmarkAll "filename=C:\Users\conrad.drake\Documents\RTT_Test\william.pdf" test*.pdf

same as the old bug from 2008

RTT

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Not exactly the same bug, but indeed it is only accepting a full path\filename!
Fixed. It will now use the current directory, if only the file name portion is specified.
Thanks for reporting the problem.