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It would be nice to be able to open multiple files at one time by using wildcards from the command line. For example, to open all .ini files in a given folder you could just type “EmEditor *.ini”. Currently, you have to know and list all of the files you want to open in the command line. This current method of opening several files at once, from the command line, seems unnecessarily tedious. Is there something in the architecture of the code that prevents easily adding this feature?
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