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== Command line parameter ==
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== The Config set ==
 
== The Config set ==
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! Lib name             !! Version needed    !! Link to get it    
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! Config var name     !! Synopsis                        !! Example M$                !! Example Posix (Linux)    
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| Python              || >= 2.3.x          || http://www.python.org/         
 
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| OpenCasCade          || >= 5.2            || http://www.opencascade.org     
 
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| Qt                  || >= 3.2.x          || http://www.troll.no             
 
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| Coin3D              || >= 2.x            || http://www.Coin3D.org           
 
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| SoQT                || >= 1.2            || http://www.Coin3D.org           
 
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| Xerces-C++          || >= 2.3.x          || http://xml.apache.org/xerces-c/ 
 
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| GTS                  || >= 0.7.x          || http://gts.sourceforge.net/     
 
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| Zlib                || >= 1.x.x          || http://www.zlib.net/           
 
 
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| Wild Magic          || >= 3.x            || http://www.geometrictools.com/ 
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| ExeName              || Name of the Executable file    || FreeCAD.exe                || FreeCAD
 
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| Boost                || >= 1.33.x        || http://www.boost.org
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| OpenCasCade          || >= 5.2                          || http://www.opencascade.org ||     
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Revision as of 12:21, 17 February 2007

Command line parameter

The Config set

On every Startup FreeCAD examine its surrounding and the command line parameter and build up a configuration set which hold the essence of the runtime information. This information is later used to determine the place where to save user data or log files. Its also very important for post postmortem analyzes. There fore it get saved in the log file.


User related

User config entrys
Config var name Synopsis Example M$ Example Posix (Linux)
ExeName Name of the Executable file FreeCAD.exe FreeCAD
OpenCasCade >= 5.2 http://www.opencascade.org