The showcfg command outputs all the current configuration options in a human readable form. The listed options are grouped into the following categories:
•Global - This group lists any options that you've defined in the configuration file
•Registry - (Windows-specific) This group lists options that exist in the Windows registry. This is the case if DiffDog is installed on the same machine. Any custom XML or directory filters that you created in DiffDog also appear here, see the --directory-filter and --xml-filter options. Any "order by" attribute lists that you created in DiffDog also appear here, see the --xml-order-by-attribute-list option.
•Built-In - This group lists options that are built into the executable. The application will default to these options when no others exist.
On Linux, use an all-lowercase to call the executable. In addition, on Linux and macOS, you might need to add the prefix "./" before the name of the executable when calling it from the current directory of the command shell.