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Command line feature

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    lrstndm
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    Singularlabs,

    Does system ninja have a command line feature?
    If not, I would suggest to implement this features.

    I think system ninja is an awesome tool. With the command line feature the tool would be finshed for me.

    Regards,

    lrstndm

    #9214 Reply
    Shane Gowland
    Keymaster

    We’re working on adding one for the next major release. Most of the gruntwork is already done, so it shouldn’t take too long to implement.

    Currently planned is /CLEAN, /REGISTRY and /STARTUP; which will automatically run the junk cleaner, registry cleaner and startup management tools. These will use the “one-click” implementation of those features currently being tested in SimpleNinja.

    CleanSync.exe already supports these arguments: /SYNC, /UPDATE and /LANG; which update the cleaning rules, check for program updates and update the localization files, respectively.

    Any other arguments you want to see added?

    #9215 Reply
    lrstndm
    Participant

    Thanks for the fast reply.

    Great to hear that it will be a feature in the future.

    The most times I use system ninja I run the ‘Registy cleaner’ and the ‘Junk scanner’. These are the 2 main command line I like to see.

    I’m looking forward to the next major release.

    Regards,

    lrstndm

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