This is an article I had been working on that could replace the command line arguments list. This allows people to link directly to any singular parameters, and gives space to note every relevant thing about each parameter.

  • I think I still needed to do some research on some stuff, so it's a work in progress.
  • I chose an alphabetical order instead of dividing the parameters into types or something. Some overlap in what they deal with anyway. I did add tags so one can immediately tell what the parameter is for.
  • I'd say source port parameters are best listed on the pages of those ports, or if they have tons of parameters worth writing about, yet separate articles. Articles on engines with few differences can just note and describe what changed and what's new (or missing) otherwise linking here. Who is like God? 06:07, 21 May 2008 (UTC)
Separating vanilla and source port parameters is a good idea, though I'd prefer to have the most common source port parameters in one unified article and the more unique/port specific ones listed as you mentioned (though this would probably be necessary only if someone actually bothered to properly document the majority of the source port parameters). Another suitable solution would be one source port parameters "hub" article that has an assortment of links pointing to each port's parameters section/article. A combination of these solutions might be good also. -- Janizdreg 20:05, 21 May 2008 (UTC)

-drone parameter

The -drone parameter is missing --Russell 03:40, 19 December 2008 (UTC)

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