WebCopy is quite flexible in how command line arguments can be specified.
The WebCopy client supports two different prefixes for denoting a command line argument - a forward slash (
/) or a hyphen (
For example, both of these arguments mean the same thing:
Many of WebCopy 's command line arguments require a value following the argument name. Values can be prefixed with either a space (
=) or a colon (
As with the above example, the following three items are seen as the same by WebCopy :
If an argument value contains a space, then the entire value must be surrounded with either single or double quotes. For example:
/ac "Created with Cyotek WebCopy "