I see. Yes, FileBot Node certainly has value in generating CLI commands. You could always use the WebUI to generate commands and the copy & paste that into your scheduled shell script.OutrageousGem wrote: ↑17 Jun 2019, 09:37 Just because Node makes it much more convenient to rapidly test different iterations of a command and schedule it when it finally does the right thing. (I am just bad at writing shell scripts. Always some typo / unescaped character / etc.... ). The API Is all I currently really need.
Use the @file syntax for reading command-line arguments from external text files. That'll make things easy as pie. That's also what prepared tasks do in form of *.args files.