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r3 is the root command for all CLI commands. If you issue an incomplete command, r3 displays a usage list of available sub-commands. For example, if you simply type r3 then hit return, the CLI produces the following output:
usage:r3 [-c <arg>] [-u] [-x] [-q] the r3 command line interface -c override the default configuration, use your own -q display output in quiet mode -u display utf8 chars with unicode values -x display utf8 chars with hex values version r3 version setup administrative commands template template control translation dictionary utilities target target tools generate [-a] [-v... generate targets dimension dimension tools (dimension is one of product,intl) inheritance inheritance tools
The following flags apply to all r3 commands.
-c: The path to another r3 project. For example, if the main (default)
project has been set up from
/tmp/r3 and a new
project space has been set up in
$ r3 -c /tmp/newproj....
runs all r3 commands on the new project space.
-u: display non ASCII characters as
-x: display non ASCII characters as hex (-u
takes priority if
supplied as flags).