Subject: Re: what is -O1?
Author: Xavier Roche
Date: 06/21/2013 18:00
 > I noticed that when I use WinHTTrack if generates > a command string for httrack with a -O1 before the > path instead of -O. This is not documented and I was > wondering if there is some significance to the > trailing 1 and if there are other values and there > meanings. This is a totally undocumented feature, telling that there is actually only one argument. You can, with -O, pass either a path for both mirror and cache, or pass a specific path for each material, using a comma: O path for mirror/logfiles+cache (-O path_mirror[,path_cache_and_logfiles]) (--path ) The O1 option enforce the first form, ignoring any possible comma that may appear in the option. ie; -O c:\foo,c:\bar will use c:\foo as path to mirror, and c:\bar as path to cache -O1 c:\One, Two and Three will use "c:\One, Two and Three" as path for both. 

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 Subject Author Date what is -O1? Gerry Wolfson 06/21/2013 17:21 Re: what is -O1? WHRoeder 06/21/2013 17:48 Re: what is -O1? Xavier Roche 06/21/2013 18:00

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