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InTime Arguments ReferenceΒΆ

These arguments are used with InTime executable. For example, this command will show the help message

./intime.sh -h

Argument Name Description
-h Prints this help message.
-comport Specifies the network port to use for server communication during this session (Defaults to configured comport).
-custom_flow_config Specifies a user flow configuration file to use for this session, instead of using project-specific flow configurations.
-custom_logs_path Specifies a user location for log files.
-custom_session_path Specifies a user path to use for this session, instead of "<user_home>/.plunify".
-env Uses a custom environment variable for the -tc toolchain path.
-ip Specifies the IP address of the InTime Server (Defaults to the configured IP address).
-locale Specifies the locale for this session (Defaults to the system locale).
-log <file_path> Specifies a custom target file to which session logging must be done.
-mode <tcl, gui, batch> Specifies the user interface mode (Defaults to <gui>).
-no_global_config Specifies that this client should not fetch global parameters during startup in a private cloud environment.
-no_global_toolchains Specifies that this client should not fetch global toolchains during startup in a private cloud environment.
-platform <xcb, minimal> Defaults to <xcb>, which is for GUI mode. Use minimal for Tcl mode.
-project <file_path> Specifies the path to a vendor's project or InTime project file.
-revision <value> Specifies the default revision/run of the project to work on.
-s <file_path> Specifies a startup script to run.
-singledb Uses the db file specified under the "singledb" settings in plunify.ini as the db file.
-ssh Uses the SSH protocol to connect to InTime Server. InTime server must be started with the -ssh argument as well.
-stdout <all, tcl> Specifies which messages forwarded to stdout when running in tcl/batch modes (Defaults to <all>).
-tc <toolchain> Specifies the vendor toolchain to be used for this session. Valid toolchain values are vivado, ise, quartusii, quartuspp.
-tclargs Arguments to pass to script specified using -s.
-user_args Specifies the USER_ARGS macro for LSF/PBS/SGE grids.
-version Prints the version of InTime.
-vendor_toolchain <value> The preferred toolchain to use for this session.
-vendor_toolchain_version <value> The preferred toolchain version to use for this session.
-vendor_toolchain_binpath <value> The preferred bin/exe path of the vendor toolchain to use for this session.
-username Specifies username for the session.