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compile-cpp-cmd: preference variable

Default value: cl "%r"

Epsilon uses the command line contained in the compile-cpp-cmd variable to compile C++ files; those files ending with a .cpp or .cxx extension. See compile-c-cmd for details on this variable's format. (Epsilon for Unix uses the compile-cpp-cmd-unix variable instead.)

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