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Generic options: -v [ --version ] Prints version string -h [ --help ] Prints help message -c [ --console ] Starts in console mode --response-file arg Can be specified with '@name', too --dump-config Dumps configuration --get-config arg Prints the value of the requested configuration key Configuration: -l [ --write-log ] Writes a log file to: /Users/cb/Library/Preferences/FreeCAD/FreeCAD.log --log-file arg Unlike --write-log this allows logging to an arbitrary file -u [ --user-cfg ] arg User config file to load/save user settings -s [ --system-cfg ] arg System config file to load/save system settings -t [ --run-test ] arg Test case - or 0 for all -M [ --module-path ] arg Additional module paths -P [ --python-path ] arg Additional python paths --single-instance Allow to run a single instance of the application
No, you probably have an icon to start FreeCAD. There you can add parameters in the properties. As an alternative you can start a shell - "cmd.exe" is its name on windows - and start FreeCAD from there. Don't forget the complete path to the FreeCAD binary.
There was an issue posted about it and jreinhardt replied: https://github.com/jreinhardt/BOLTS/issues/176
On 17 Oct 2017 jreinhardt wrote:That is related to OpenShift shutting down version 2 of their service. I will try to migrate the Website to Openshift V3.