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ArgEnv
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Version  1.0.3
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Ronny Wichers Schreur
ronny@cs.kun.nl

The ArgEnv package provides a Clean interface to the command line
arguments and the environment variables. 

This is the README for the Windows version. The Windows version has
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been tested on Windows XP with Clean 2.1, but it should work with
all Windows versions with Clean 2.0 or better.
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FILES

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    README.txt
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        This file
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    CHANGES.txt
        Changes history
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    ArgEnv.dcl
        Definition of the interface
    ArgEnv.icl
        Implementation of the interface
    ArgEnvC.c
        Implementation of the C side of the interface
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    Clean System Files/ArgEnvC.obj
        Object file from ArgEnvC.c
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    printenv.icl
        An example program that prints the value of an environment
        variable
    printenv.prj
        Project file for the example program

USAGE

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    - add the ArgEnvWindows directory to the search paths of your
      project
    - import ArgEnv
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BUGS

There is no way to stop the Clean run-time system from interpreting
some of the command-line arguments.

If you start a Clean program from the command-line prompt, you still
have to "press any key" before the program quits.