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LMAETC07 - 131 CHAPTER 1 Programmers WorkBench Reference...

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131 CHAPTER 1 PWB Command Line PWB [[ options ]] [[ /t ]] files \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1001" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1002" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1003" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1004" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1005" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1006" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1007" Use the following case-insensitive options when starting PWB: /D [[ S | T | A ]]. .. Disables PWB loading the initialization files or PWB extensions as indicated by the following letters: Letter Meaning S Disable reading the status file CURRENT.STS T Disable reading TOOLS.INI A Disable PWB extension autoload The /D option alone disables loading all the PWB extension and initialization files. See: Autoload . Note Programmer’s WorkBench Reference Syntax Options Filename: b542497b685a5238f8c34afab445956a3fe8f6e5.doc Project: Template: Author: Last Saved By: Revision #: 0 Page: 131 of 250 Printed:
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Environment and Tools \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1008" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1009" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1010" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1011" If you start PWB with the /DT option, this means that PWB options you change during the session cannot be saved. /PP makefile \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1012" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1013" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1014" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1015" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1016" Opens the specified PWB project. /PF makefile \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1017" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1018" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1019" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1020" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1021" Opens the specified non-PWB project (foreign makefile). /PL \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1022" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1023" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1024" Resets the last project. Use this option to start PWB in the same state you last left it. You can set this option as the default by setting the Lastproject switch to yes. /E command \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1025" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1026" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1027" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1028" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1029" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1030" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1031" Executes the given command or sequence of commands as a macro upon startup. \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1032" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1033" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1034" \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1035" If command contains a space, command should be enclosed in double quotation marks ( " ). A single command need not be quoted. If command uses literal quotation marks, place a backslash ( \ ) before each mark. To use a backslash, precede it with another backslash. Filename: b542497b685a5238f8c34afab445956a3fe8f6e5.doc Project: Template: Author: Last Saved By: Revision #: 0 Page: 132 of 250 Printed:
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Chapter 7 Programmer’s WorkBench Reference 133 /R \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1036" PWB starts in no-edit mode. You cannot modify files in this mode. See: Noedit . /M { mark | line} \z "PWBAZW.DOC-1037" PWB starts at the specified location. See: Mark . [[[[ /T ]] file ]]. .. Tells PWB to load the given files on startup. If you specify a single file, PWB loads it. If you specify multiple files, PWB loads the first file; then when you use File Next or the Exit function, PWB loads the next file in the list. If a /T precedes a filename or wildcard, PWB loads each file as a
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