A second way of using WARPWRAP replaces multiple environment variables, as well as performs other tasks. You may specify a script definition file to list the environment variable and memory setting manipulations desired. Precede the script definition file with the at-sign (@). A default extension of .DEF is assigned if none is specified.

For example:

WW @STUFF MYPROG

uses the contents of the definition file STUFF.DEF to modify the environment variables passed to MYPROG.EXE.

If no environment setting or definition file name is listed (i.e. ! or @ does not precede an EXE file name), WARPWRAP defaults to using a definitions file called WARPWRAP.DEF. If WARPWRAP.DEF does not exist, WARPWRAP aborts processing.

For example:

WW MYPROG

uses the contents of the definition file WARPWRAP.DEF to modify the environment variables passed to MYPROG.EXE.

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