Use the Setup Instructions to get started.

== Basic Use ==

All of the scripts you want "rolled" into wsubi for use at runtime should be placed in the 'scripts' folder. Each script managed by wsubi, regardless of type, can basically be called as follows:

[~wsubi]: [action_command] [script_or_target] {params}

wsubi has been tested to work with the following Windows script files:
  • Batch files (.bat, .cmd), VB Scripts (.vbs), PowerShell (.ps1), T-SQL (.sql)
wsubi has also been tested to work with the following third party scripting languages (although you'll need to install the related runtime before the scripts will work): A sample of each supported script type is included with the application download.

== Commands ==

The actions you can ask wsubi to perform with or on your scripts. wsubi currently recognizes the following commands:
  • help - access information on each command while using the application.
  • info - display documentation contained within a script.
  • list - displays a list of scripts matching a provided filter.
  • queue - easily create and run a list of commands.
  • query - run SQL database queries.
  • roll - reads and stores information on your scripts.
  • run - runs a script.
  • search - search through all of your scripts for a specific piece of text.

== Configuration Settings ==

wsubi currently allows you to change the following configuration settings:
Credit: Further reading and details on the original idea (sub) can be found here.

Last edited Jan 8, 2014 at 2:03 AM by bryanoconnell, version 49

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