Command line arguments

Asked by Otdirr

Sorry if this is meant for bugs and feature requests, but the button says "Ask question" :-)

Is there some command-line arguments, that exists, but are not documented? (I mean not in man pages)

I thought that maybe there some secret arguments in the inner circle of developers :-)

Just in case, my version is:
LinuxDC++ version: 1.0.1, Core version: 0.698

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qwertitis (qwertitis-deactivatedaccount) said :

Yes, this is the right place for questions in general about the Linux DC++ software. Feature request and bug reports are made under the Bugs category.

No, there are no command line arguments for Linux DC++ except the ones interpreted by GTK+/glib. You can read about these in gtk-options(7). (In other words use the command `man 7 gtk-options')

For completeness, win32 DC++ have no arguments either.

Personally, I think the most useful GTK+ argument is --g-fatal-warnings, which is used to debug (get backtraces for) GTK+ assertions.

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