Command line arguments
While you'll most likely start CCEmuX through some shortcut, one may also launch the emulator from the command line. CCEmuX's command line interface provides several additional options to make it more useful.
You can start the emulator from the command line by running
java -jar ccemux-launcher.jar, or using
a specific emulator version instead. Additional arguments may then be supplied after the
-h) will give you a full list of options.
--data-dir argument allows you to override the directory that CCEmuX uses for storing
configuration files and data (such as computers). This allows you, for instance, to make a portable version of
CCEmuX which stores data to a USB stick instead of your hard drive.
--computers-dir allows you to override the directory that CCEmuX loads computers from. For example,
you can point CCEmuX to load from the computer folder of a given Minecraft save. The provided path
must be a directory with folders numbered 0, 1, etc... for each computer.
-c flag instructs CCEmuX to create a computer mounted to a specific folder, rather than using
the computer directory. This may be used to start the emulator within a project's folder.