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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 14813] - Access to environment variables
Date Mon, 25 Nov 2002 23:44:47 GMT
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Access to environment variables





------- Additional Comments From mauro.talevi@aquilonia.org  2002-11-25 23:44 -------
A typical scenario would be to have access to env variable during the 
initialisation stage.  Eg, a $PROJECT_HOME variable that could be used 
to initialise file i/o for application specific data. 
I guess it could be placed in the block context or something similar.
As far as analogies are concerned, I quite like the way Ant handles env variables,
ie by initializing an object with all the env variables which can be easily
accessed later.

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