How to display -h in command prompt

asked 2016-07-15 02:16:58 +0200

danielms gravatar image

updated 2016-07-15 02:17:28 +0200

I am currently in the process of debugging docsplit using libre office to convert a word document to a PDF in Windows10 and part of it is trying to extract the first line of the LibreOffice -h output to determine if LibreOffice or open office is being used.

It appears though that even when trying to run in headless mode the -h option opens the help in a spash screen rather than to the command prompt, is there anyway to get it to display there instead?

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