Get rid of redundant -l option
|Reported by:||agraef||Owned by:||dave|
ingen currently requires the -l to load a patch on startup. This seems redundant when the patch file or directory could be just specified as an ordinary argument (which currently don't seem to be used, even though the Raul command line configuration records them).
The -l option also gets in the way if you want to turn ingen into an icon or dock item which is supposed to just run the program when clicked, or open an existing patch when it is dragged and dropped on the icon. The current way just makes this kinds of stuff unnecessarily complicated.
Suggested patch attached. This keeps the existing -l option intact so that it can still be used. NOTE: This also includes a minor modification in Raul to make the contents of the _files variable available.