Can LTSpice used in command line on MacOS?

Can LTSpice used in the terminal by a command line? Is there any example there ? I only saw examples in Windows OS

How would simulating a circuit file using LTSpice using terminal in MacOS? (like using NGSpice in command line)

• It looks like you answered your main question already for Windows OS. I'd suggest adding "on MacOS" to your title – Huisman Dec 8 '19 at 20:56
• Oh yes, İ just edited the title, thanks – simo Dec 8 '19 at 21:13
• Does this question answer your question? – user103380 Dec 9 '19 at 1:40
• I tried it, but it will open the LTSpice app window, what I need is to execute it in the background without actually opening in – simo Dec 9 '19 at 5:44

<Path\of\the\program>\XVII86.exe -b -Run file_name.asc

-b will execute .cir or .asc without opening LTSpice