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compile-c-cmd: preference variable

Default value: cl "%r"

Epsilon uses the command line contained in the compile-c-cmd variable to compile C files; those files ending with a .c extension. (Epsilon for Unix uses the compile-c-cmd-unix variable instead.)

The command line works as a file name template, so you can substitute parts of the file name into the command line. The sequence %p substitutes the path part of the file name, the sequence %b substitutes the base name (without path or extension), the sequence %e substitutes the extension (including the "."), the sequence %f substitutes the full name as an absolute pathname, and the sequence %r substitutes a pathname relative to the current directory. The sequence %x substitutes the full pathname of the directory containing the Epsilon executable. The sequence %X substitutes the same pathname to the Epsilon executable, but converts all Windows long file names to their equivalent short name aliases.

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