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Tony, > You can't do that really... once the option parsing is started you > can't add new options in the middle of it and expect it to work... > it would require parsing the whole thing over again. That's what I was trying to say (suggest) actually ;) > The -F can go anywhere, so you don't have to do any parsing - > It's only designed for filename arguments, to get around the stupid > limits that Win32 has. Actually I think the limit is not only on Win32, but that's not the issue here... Anyhow, from the quick testing it seems that I can safey plant the -F option at the front and then continue the command as usual with all global options so I am all set and thanks for clarifying that. I would not have guessed I can order it like that (need more coffeine ;) Best Regards, Jerzy