|File lists support
To quickly generate multiple files comparison reports or printouts, you can use Compare It! ability to work with file lists.
To use file lists:
You will need 2 text files, one with source file names, another one with target file names. This should be plain text file with full file pathes.
Then you can invoke Compare It! with /L command line option. Since file lists support only works for
printing and report generation, you have to use /P or /G switches with /L. See command line reference for details on these switches.
wincmp3.exe list1.txt list2.txt /L /P:CN3
This call will print comparison report for all file pairs in given lists.
How does Compare It! handle file pairs?
First file from list1 is compared with first file from list2 etc. If one of files does not exits, pair is skipped.
How does Compare It! handle multiple report files?
To generate report you will specify report file name with /G switch. This name will be modified for multiple reports by adding subsequent number before it's extension:
will turn to