Available on AIR, Android, Flash, Linux, Neko, Windows, iOS, macOS
This class provides the basic information used to start a process on the
host operating system. It is constructed and passed to the
of a NativeProcess object.
Native process access is only available to AIR applications installed with native installers (applications in the extended desktop profile) and Haxe "sys" targets.
Constructs an empty NativeProcessStartupInfo object.
The command line arguments that will be passed to the process on startup.
Each string in the
arguments Vector will be passed as a separate
argument to the executable, regardless of what characters the string
contains. In other words, there is an exact one-to-one correspondence;
no re-interpretation occurs. AIR automatically escapes any characters
in the string that need to be escaped (such as space characters).
The File object that references an executable on the host operating system. This should be the full path to the executable including any extension required.
Note: On Mac OS, to launch an executable within an application bundle, be sure to have the path of the File object include the full path the the executable (within the bundle), not just the path to the app file.