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program args to dtk-program



I looked at your patch. It looks okay, my only reservation is
 that I would like to avoid introducing one more environment
 variable into the mix -- env vars make things hard to debug once
 you've forgotten that you set such and such env-var to something
 one day on one machine.

You may be better off writing a lisp function that passes the
args you want to your script, and then setting those args via custom.
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On 9/22/13, Jarek Czekalski <jarekczek@poczta.onet.pl> wrote:
> Hi Raman
>
> I am working on an interesting installation of emacs, not on Linux. I
> wouldn't like to reveal it until I succeed. Still I think that the
> feature I need may be generally useful.
>
> I think it should be possible to pass arguments to the speech server.
> This may be for example a log file for a log-server server. It may also
> help in debugging. On some platforms it is not possible to use shebang
> (#! file prefix) to choose the application used to launch a script. For
> these platforms passing a script as an argument is the only transparent
> option.
>
> Having said this, I attach a patch. What do you think about it?
>
> By the way, is posting a patch to the list the right option to present a
> patch?
>
> Regards
> Jarek
>
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