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How to not displaying some different text to the report file using Beyond Compare Script

Posted on 2009-07-07
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Hi,
I am writing a Beyond Compare Script that output the different text into a report.txt file.  However I want to ignore some of the important text displayed in the report.txt file.  How can I do that?
Here is my BC script:

file-report layout:side-by-side &
options:ignore-unimportant,display-context &
output-to:%3 output-options:html-color %1 %2

Thanks,
/Kevin
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I can't find any examples and I don't ahve the software
... BUT ...
I read that you can specify rules (or a rule set) to apply when running the comparison.
Can you create this inthe graphical interface and then reference it when running from the command line?

From ... http://www.scootersoftware.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?p=17002
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Running BCQC.EXE on the command line without arguments gives the usage information:

QuickCompare for Beyond Compare 2
Copyright (c) 2005 Scooter Software, Inc.

Syntax: bcqc [options] filename filename

Options:
/size, /s = size-only comparison
/crc, /c = CRC32 comparison
/binary, /b = binary comparison
/rules[=rules name], /r = rules-based comparison
/selftest = run a self test (omit filenames)

The /rules switch can optionally include the name of an
existing rules set. If the rules name is omitted the rules
will be picked automatically based on the file names.
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