WED command line options
The publish and resource functions of WED can also be called by a
WED -p name.wdl|name.c [path\executable.exe]
Executes the Publish function.
The script name.wdl or name.c must exist in
the current folder. Optionally the path to an executable file can be given,
is then copied to the .CD folder in order to start the application. An own
EXE file can be used this way. A redistributable
acknex.dll engine module is created in the .CD folder.
The Trial, Free,
or Team Editions don't generate an EXE and DLL file in the .CD folder.
P WED -r name.wdl|name.c [path\executable.exe]
Same as above, but creates a .WRS Resource
WED -c name.wdl|name.c
Same as above, but opens the Publish dialog.
WED -p path\executable.exe
Creates a redistributable acknex.dll engine module in
the executable folder.
WED -w name.wmp
Compiles the level name.wmp to name.wmb. A7.79
- For using an executable with an individual icon, create a copy of acknex.exe,
alter the icon of the copy with an icon manager program, and give the path
to the altered executable in the command line.
- The source code for acknex.exe
is available in the engine SDK under an Open Source license. You can create
your own executable as long as you provide a machine readable copy of the
full source code along with the product. P If you own the Pro Edition, you
don't need to provide the source code.