TSTool / Command / Exit
Exit command can be inserted anywhere in a command file and causes the processing of commands to stop at that line.
Exit command within an
If block will only be executed if the
If condition is true.
This is useful for temporarily processing a subset of a long list of commands.
Multi-line comments (
can also be used to temporarily disable one or more commands.
It may also useful to add an
Exit command at the end of the file so that it is easy to
insert commands above this command when the end line is selected (rather than having to deselect all commands when editing).
In the future the command may be enhanced to have parameters that more explicitly control processing shut-down.
The following dialog is used to edit the command and illustrates the command syntax.
Exit Command Editor (see also the full-size image)
The command syntax is as follows:
|There are currently no command parameters.|
See the automated tests.