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From "Soer J." <>
Subject Apply function where srcfile comes first
Date Mon, 14 Oct 2002 14:35:46 GMT
I want to do the following action:

Program to call is : cpp
with arguments : first: sourcefile second: targetfile

e.g;                cpp 'd:\test\' 'd:\test\cpp\'

I came so far:  cpp 'd:\test\cpp\' 'd:\test\' 

In the documentation the following comment is made:
By default the file names of the source files will be added to the end of
the command line. If you need to place it somewhere different, use a nested
<srcfile> element between your <arg> elements to mark the insertion point.

But how to nested the <srcfile> between mine <arg> elements ??? Can anyone
give me an example how to do it ?

Jan Soer 
Software Engineer
SchlumbergerSema Nederland BV

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