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vrf Vee.io file

Question asked by rsb on Sep 20, 2005
Latest reply on Sep 20, 2005 by rsb
"GAO,QI (A-Sonoma,ex1) <qi_gao@agilent.com> wrote:
> Hi Martin,
>
> Try the following.
>
> To make the vee.io located at a non-user specific location:
> 1.  Make sure that all those different users don't have a HOME User
> environment variable.  From your description below, at least you don't have it
> yourself.

While this would undoubtedly work, wouldn't it make more sense
in this case to just use the method that has been working
since day 1- the command-line option?

After all , that's what it was designed for!

vee -veeio <iofile>

If you want this for all users just modify your shortcuts accordingly.

Seems a lot more robust and controllable to me.

Stan


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