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miragui is a tool to launch a Framework as a console application with Qt (GUI) support by specifying one or multiple configuration files that should be loaded.

If you want to launch a framework without Qt support (e.g. as a daemon on linux), you should rather use mira instead.


If you have the path to the binaries of your MIRA installation included in your PATH environment variable, you can typically use the command:

miragui MyConfigFile.xml

to launch a Framework together with 'MyConfigFile.xml'. Otherwise, you have to specify the full path to the miragui binary:

/path/to/miraroot/bin/miragui MyConfigFile.xml

Thereby the configuration files are used to configure the Framework including the executed units, etc.


Since miragui starts a Framework in the same way as mira - it just adds Qt support - the same command line parameters as for mira can be used.


miragui --help


miragui -?

to see a full list of command line parameters and their explanation.