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Old   March 31, 2011, 21:59
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Hopefully a quick question: Can I simply export the CCL from a cfx/def file via command line easily? I'm trying to do this remotely, so opening the GUI is a pain, and often causes my remote connection to crash.

I'm not super familiar with the command line, and I'm sure it's doable via cfx5pre -line or cfx5dfile or something like that.

Thanks in advance.

edit: Of course hours after looking through help, minutes after the post...

cfx5dfile file.res -read-pre-state > output
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Old   April 1, 2011, 05:11
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This works for def, res and trn files:
cfx5cmds -read -definition input.def -text output.ccl

The only way to extract from a cfx file is using CFX-Pre. You might be able to do this from the command line, not sure.
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