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VEEIO File

Question asked by VRFuser on Jul 25, 1997
Keith Hill <hillr@hplvlnt3.lvld.hp.com> wrote:
> Stan,
>
> You can work around this by changing your shortcut to use the following
> command line parameter:
>
> -veeio "d:program filesHewlett-Packardvee 4.0vee.io"
>
> If the HOME environment variable is set, that is where we will look the
> vee.io file unless you use the command line parameter to override this.
>
> Regards,
> ---------------------------------------
> Keith Hill (hillr@lvld.hp.com)
> Hewlett-Packard
> 815 14th Street SW, Loveland, CO  80537
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>

thanks- that should work just fine.

Was the HOME variable documented anywhere? If it was I sure didn't find it!

Stan


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Stan Bischof   Hewlett Packard Company   707-577-3994  stanb@sr.hp.com
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Date: Fri, 25 Jul 1997 11:58:32 -0700
From: John DuMais <doomer@sr.hp.com>
To: stanb@sr.hp.com
Subject: $HOME

Hey Stan,

Saw your post on the vee (god's own product) reflector.  The HOME
variable is used to point to individual configuration files, like your
veeio file and your veerc file.  Otherwise, vee looks in some default
location, the install directory if I remember right.  The use of HOME is
intended to let systems with multiple users tailor the environment to
their individual preferences, while giving a default installation a sane
set of stuff to work with.

Later,
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