Hi Edmund,

I added "upload_savf.bat" to the zipped update site and added
instructions to "installation.html" and "readme_first.txt":

Option 2.a: Upload save file with upload_savf.bat

Download the zipped update site from the iRPGUnit 'Files' section
at SourceForge, e.g. iRPGUnit for RDi 8.0+ (v2.2.2.r Update Site).zip.

URL: https://sourceforge.net/projects/irpgunit/files/

Unzip 'upload_savf.bat' from sub-folder 'Server' to an empty folder on
your PC.

Unzip 'RPGUNIT.SAVF' from sub-folder 'Server' to the same folder on your PC.

Run 'upload_savf.bat' with the following parameters:

upload_savf.bat HOST USER PASSWORD

Calling 'upload_savf.bat' without parameters displays usage instructions.

I assume that I will add an upload option to the plug-in as it already
exists for "iSphere" and "Rapid Fire". But that may take some time. Now
it is summer! :-)


Am 15.05.2018 um 18:30 schrieb Edmund Reinhardt:
Hi Thomas
One thing that I appreciated about the packaging that you had on
tools400.de was that there was a nice batch file to ftp the savf up to the
IBM i host. I don't see that in the new iRPGUnit packaging and the
instructions don't reference it either.

I like how you make things easy to consume and since I hope to be
promoting heavily at COMMON next week, I was hoping others could have the
same smooth experience.


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