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--dir does not seem to work with ".\"
When using the command line version, I have noticed that you cannot supply the --dir parameter with the value ".\" to have it just examine the default directory. If you do so, the application fails:
S:\RadOncIT\Projects\UpdateMQAutoLogoutPeriod>fnr --cl --find "RON096" --dir ".\" --fileMask "data.txt"
S:\RadOncIT\Projects\UpdateMQAutoLogoutPeriod>Find And Replace
Copyright (C) 2015 ENTech Solutions
--fileMask required option is missing.
Use 'fnr.exe --cl --help' to see help for this command.