The command line for file comparison is as follows:
CODECOMPARE [<Argument1> [<Argument2>] ...] <Paths>
Command line parameter description:
|Parameter Name||Parameter Description|
|/SOURCECONTROL,/SC <SourceControl>||Source control system. It is used for detecting a programming language, as well as for displaying Review Assistant comments in files opened from the source control client. Available values: tfs, svn, tortoisesvn, git, hg, tortoisehg, starteam or none(by default).|
|/ENVIRONMENT <Environment>||Environment selection order for opening a comparison window. You can read more about this parameter in the Environment on Comparison Opening topic. Available values: visualstudio, standalone or auto (by default).|
|/WAIT,/W||Wait until a user closes files to be compared.|
|/BLOCKED,/B||Use this option if the called Visual Studio is blocked (for example, in integration with Visual SourceSafe).|
|/TITLE1,/T1 <Title>||First compared file title.|
|/TITLE2,/T2 <Title>||Second compared file title.|
|/TITLE3,/T3 <Title>||Third compared file title.|
|Paths||Files or folders to compare. Files or folders to compare. You can specify up to 3 paths.|
Example: “C:\Program Files\Devart\Code Compare\CodeCompare.exe” /T1=”version 1” /T2=”version 2” “c:\Class1.cs” “c:\Class2.cs”.
For more information about file comparison, refer to the File Comparison section.