GDMA Advanced

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In Windows, as well, you can run compiled programs as plugins in this way without any further specifications. Just be sure to include the enclosing double quotes.

The second main part is the interpreted plugin, with its full path, encased in single quotes. You can usually use the {{$Plugin_Directory$}} macro, and this will be replaced with the location of the plugins in your GDMA installation. Note that you can have subdirectories off of this mailn location, for example many of the vbscript plugins we supply are stored in the v2 subdirectory. PowerShell plugins are stored in v3 by convention.

After the single-quoted full path to the interpreted plugin, and before the terminating double quote mark, you can supply any arguments to the interpreted plugin. The GDMA will understand bare arguments, arguments specified with a dash "-", or with a slash "/".