Command Line

Before using any command line parameters please ensure that you have sufficient command line experience and you know exactly what you are doing.

Since reWASD 5.8, we have added the ability to use several features through Command Line in Windows.

In DOS, OS/2, and Microsoft Windows, a batch file is a text file containing a series of commands intended to be executed by the command interpreter. Similar to job control language and other systems on mainframe and minicomputer systems, batch files were added to ease the work required for certain regular tasks by allowing the user to set up a batch script to automate many commands.

When a batch file is run, the shell program (usually COMMAND.COM or cmd.exe) reads the file and executes its commands, normally line-by-line. Batch files are useful for running a sequence of executables automatically and are often used to automate repetitive or tedious processes. DOS batch files have the filename extension .bat.

The general format of commands:

reWASDCommandLine.exe [Command] [options]

The square brackets are not a part of the command. Command keywords must be preceded by two hyphens, options must be put in quotes.

Please note that you should navigate to the reWASD folder to launch reWASDCommandLine.exe. By default, you should use the following command: cd C:\Program Files\reWASD

Some commands use the Device ID parameter. To find it, please choose the device or the group you are working with in reWASD GUI, right-click to open the context menu and choose Copy device ID option.

Commands


apply

Applies a config to a certain slot of the device

Syntax: apply --id [device ID] --path "[config location]" --slot [slot#]

Options:

  • --id: to get the ID for a certain device in reWASD interface, right-click the device you want to get the ID from, and choose Copy device ID
  • --path: to find where your config is stored, right-click a certain config and choose Open file location option; then copy the path, and add the name of the config file to it, along with the file extention
  • --slot: slot1; slot2; slot3; slot4

Example: reWASDCommandLine.exe apply --id 318984554375544835;318984554375544834 --path "C:\Users\Public\Documents\reWASD\Profiles\Profile1\Controller\Config1.rewasd" --slot slot1


select_slot

Make a certain slot active

Syntax: select_slot --id [device ID] --slot [slot#]

Options:

  • --id: to get the ID for a certain device in reWASD interface, right-click the device you want to get the ID from, and choose Copy device ID
  • --slot: slot1; slot2; slot3; slot4

Example: reWASDCommandLine.exe select_slot --id 318184554375544835;318934554375544834 --slot slot1


clear_slot

Remove the config from a chosen slot

Syntax: clear_slot --id [device ID] --slot [slot#]

Options:

  • --id: to get the ID for a certain device in reWASD interface, right-click the device you want to get the ID from, and choose Copy device ID
  • --slot: slot1; slot2; slot3; slot4

Example: reWASDCommandLine.exe clear_slot --id 318184554375544835;318934554375544834 --slot slot1


remap

Change the state of remap

Syntax: remap --id [device ID] --state on\off

Options:

  • --id: to get the ID for a certain device in reWASD interface, right-click the device you want to get the ID from, and choose Copy device ID
  • --state: represents the state of remap, that can be either on or off

Example: reWASDCommandLine.exe remap --id 318184554375544835;318934554375544834 --state on


version

Display the current reWASD and Protocol version

Syntax: version

Example: reWASDCommandLine.exe version


help

Display the list of available commands

Syntax: help

Example: reWASDCommandLine.exe help


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