Subject: Re: [boost] Environment Variables Library?
From: Michael Ainsworth (michael_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-05-18 05:37:00
Two primary purposes, two ideas for additional possible uses.
1. To provide cross platform (e.g., POSIX plus Windows) equivalents of setenv, getenv, "unsetenv" and "issetenv".
2. To allow iteration over all defined environment variables.
Additional possible uses:
1. To create a new environment to pass to a new process.
2. To provide non "char" based environment variables (e.g., std::wstring).
All input appreciated.
> I'm not aware of one, which isn't the same as saying there isn't one. What would you expect it to do? ::setenv() is already standardized by POSIX, so I assume you are looking for some support on non-POSIX systems, but specifics would be helpful.
> (Sent from my portable computation engine)
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