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PostPosted: Mon Dec 18, 2006 1:19 pm 
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Yes. Qlarity Foundry, starting with version 2.30, installs a command line utility called Qlarify.exe in the Qlarity Foundry installation directory (default c:\program files\QSI Corporation\QlarityFoundry).



This utility can be used to create .BFF files that can be directly downloaded to a Qlarity-based terminal. This is especially useful if you wish to automate the build process using batch files or other types of scripts.



Qlarify.exe is documented in appendix C of the Qlarity Programmer's Reference which can be found here: http://www.qsicorp.com/pdf/qlarity_program_ref_v2-4.pdf



Qlarity Foundry uses the following settings for its compilations by default, so consider using the following command as a starting point to invoke the compiler.



Code:
qlarify -t keypaddef! charstr -t aggregate! string -s 19 -s 25 -a -o <output_bff_file_name> <input_qly_file_name>




If you are using the built in Unicode support, then the command becomes



Code:
qlarify -t keypaddef! charstr -t aggregate! string -s 19 -s 25 -u -o <output_bff_file_name> <input_qly_file_name>

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