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Updated the readme to reflect the -rlwrap options.

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1 parent 467509f commit 7a4cf481b15602439f478a488bed4ee21973f03f Russ Olsen committed Oct 2, 2011
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@@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ If you need to pass a -D or -X argument to java, put it before the clojure file:
If you have other java VM arguments, you can pass them in via the -J option:
<pre><code>
- clj -J -d32
+ clj -J -d32 my-clojure-script.clj arg1 arg2
</code></pre>
@@ -84,6 +84,8 @@ The clj script and executable are designed to be very simple for beginners to us
* @-rlwrap@ Use rlwrap command instead of jline. Assumes that rlwrap is on your path.
+ * @-rlwrap-cmd@ Specify the rlwrap command (and any parameters) in the next arg
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* @-cp <jar or directory>@ Add the next argument to the classpath
* @-classpath <jar or directory>@ Add the next argument to the classpath
@@ -104,6 +106,8 @@ The clj script and executable are designed to be very simple for beginners to us
Dejour is also location independant. It will run out of wherever you decide to unpack it -- no environment variables required. The only external dependancy that Dejour has is on Java: It assumes that there is a java command in your path, or that JAVA_HOME is set. If you have both, JAVA_HOME wins.
+Dejour also pays attention to two rlwrap related environment variables (if you don't know what rlwrap is then you don't need to worry about this). The two variables are: CLJ_USE_RLWRAP which turns on rlwrap support by default and CLJ_RLWRAP_CMD which specifies and alternative rlwrap command (other than the default 'rlwrap') and any rlwrap arguments.
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h2. ToDo
"Art is never finished, only abandoned." I don't know if dejour is art, but it certainly ain't finished. Here are some of the things still left undone:

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