After some messing about I can get a project running in the player using the command prompt by entering the following commands...
c:\gideros\tools\gdrbridge.exe setip 127.0.0.1
c:\gideros\tools\gdrbridge.exe play c:\gideros\woah\woah.gproj
Now this works fine when I am typing manually the commands one by one at a command prompt. If however, I save the above commands as a .bat file, when I execute the bat file, it freezes directly after the player is started. On closing the player, the script continues and the other commands are executed.
The issue is that because the player is now closed... the project is not run.
Can anyone help me figure out why manually typing works, but the same stuff in a batch file does not?
Just FYI I'm messing about with this in the hope that I can ditch Zerobrane Studio and start using Visual Studio Code (VSC) as my code editor. If I can get the player running code from within VSC then I will also try to create a project editor to add files and such, and create (or hack) a language extension for VSC to have tasty code completion and stuff for Gideros.