Section: Xfce Users Manual (1)
:exo-open --launch [category] [[parameter]...]
exo-open either takes a list of URLs and tries to open each of them using the default handler, or, when using the --launch tries to launch the preferred application for a certain category, optionally passing any number of parameters to the application.
--launch category parameters...
If you do not specify the --launch option, exo-open will open all specified URLs with their preferred URL handlers. Else, if you specify the --launch option, you can select which preferred application you want to run, and pass additional parameters to the application (i.e. for TerminalEmulator you can pass the command line that should be run in the terminal).
exo-open allows users and developers to open the preferred email composer from the command line by simply invoking exo-open USER@HOST.TLD' rel='nofollow'>USER@HOST.TLD. This will open the composer window with USER@HOST.TLD as the recipient. This syntax is supported by all MailReaders. In addition the MailReaders that ship as part of libexo also support extended -URIs (but be aware that user-defined mailers do not necessarily support this), which allows you to also specify default values for the subject and the body of the mail, add additional recipients (both Cc: and To:) and attach files to emails. For example email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org&subject=Foo&attach=/foo/bar.txt' rel='nofollow'>email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org&subject=Foo&attach=/foo/bar.txt tells the composer to start an email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org with Foo in the subject and the file /foo/bar.txt attached to the message.
exo-open was written by Benedikt Meurer email@example.com.
This manual page was provided by Benedikt Meurer firstname.lastname@example.org.
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