Parse command line arguments from
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responseExpandFrom(alias lookup)(ref Strings
Expand any response files in command line. Response files are arguments that look like: @NAME The names are resolved by calling the 'lookup' function passed as a template parameter. That function is expected to first check the environment and then the file system. Arguments are separated by spaces, tabs, or newlines. These can be imbedded within arguments by enclosing the argument in "". Backslashes can be used to escape a ". A line comment can be started with #. Recursively expands nested response files.
To use, put the arguments in a Strings object and call this on it.
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alias to a function that is called to look up response file arguments in the environment. It is expected to accept a
null- terminated string and return a mutable char that ends with a
nullif the response file could not be resolved.
array containing arguments as
nullon success, or the first response file that could not be found
pure nothrow bool
buffer, ref Strings
args, ref size_t
Take the contents of a response-file '
buffer', parse it and put the resulting arguments in '
args' at '
argIndex' will be updated to point just after the inserted arguments. The logic of this should match that in setargv()
mutable string containing the response file
list of arguments
position in '
args' where response arguments are inserted
trueif another response argument was found