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compile-eel-cmd: preference variable

Default value: %Xeel "%r"

Epsilon uses the command line contained in the compile-eel-cmd variable to compile EEL files; those files ending with a .e extension. After an EEL file has been successfully compiled, Epsilon will automatically load it. Epsilon for Windows or Unix generally uses its built-in EEL compiler instead of this variable; see compile-eel-dll-flags to set its flags. See compile-c-cmd for details on this variable's format.

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