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Accept command line arguments for PROCFILE #7

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azare commented Feb 24, 2012

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 Merge pull request #7 from azare/master
Accept command line arguments for PROCFILE
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@ddollar ddollar merged commit 29db39a into ddollar:master Feb 24, 2012

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ddollar commented Feb 24, 2012

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.

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azare commented Feb 24, 2012

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?

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ddollar commented Feb 24, 2012

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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