command line parameters.
Remember that all resources (splash screen for example) and source files must exist when you compile the application.
To launch the publication, you can press F9. If the project was modified, you'll be prompted for a new compilation before launching.
When building an application, ExeOutput for PHP first compresses source files into a single archive file which is then merged into the application .exe file. The file compression is the operation that takes the most compilation time. That's why ExeOutput for PHP stores a newly created archive into a temporary folder: we say it "caches" the archive. As long as you do not modify the source file list or compression options, ExeOutput for PHP will use this cached archive when building your application instead of compressing all files again. It works exactly similar to caches of Web browsers (places of temporary Internet files).
Activate TEST mode: this option is only designed for testing purposes. To speed up the compilation procedure, ExeOutput for PHP can disable file compression, optimizations and digital signing. Use this option for debugging for example. Applications built with the test mode should never be distributed.
Jump to the compilation log after compiling: this option will automatically display the compilation log once the build operation has finished.
An application stores its settings (user window preferences...) as local information on the user computer. If you test your application on your own computer, you may want to remove or reset these settings: just click , choose Build => Reset Settings and answer Yes.