Accept command line arguments for PROCFILE #7

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@azare

I added the ability to 1) accept a command line argument for the filename to open. 2) if an arg isn't specified it will look in the local directory for a file named 'procfile' and use that.

...to automatically look for a procfile in the current directory and use it.

@azare azare Added ability accept a command line arg for a file name and the abili…
…ty to automatically look for a procfile in the current directory and use it.
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@ddollar ddollar merged commit 29db39a into ddollar:master Feb 24, 2012
@ddollar
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Thanks for the pull request. I'm not really maintaining this any more as I have gotten the CLI foreman working on Windows.

If you're interested in taking it over I'd be happy to give you a commit bit or point my fork at yours.

@azare

Thanks David. We tried using the CLI on Windows yesterday and it would just hang when we started it. We'd much rather have a CLI version as well. We installed the gem file so I don't know if that has your fixes in it for Windows or not.
Would you recommend I pull from Github or should the gem be current?

@ddollar
Owner

The gem should be current. If you file an issue on the foreman gem here with your Procfile and show the output of running each command individually I can try to dig in.

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