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fmli

fmli [options] files

Invoke the Form and Menu Language Interpreter and open files. By convention, each filename must be of the form Menu.string, Form.string, or Text.string, depending on the type of object being opened.

Options

-a afile

Load the list of pathname aliases specified in the file afile. Entries have the form alias=pathname. Once this file is loaded, you can use the shorthand notation $alias to refer to a long pathname.

-c cfile

Load the list of command aliases specified in the file cfile. This file allows you to modify the default behavior of FMLI commands or create new commands.

-i ifile

Load file ifile, which specifies startup features such as the introductory frame, banner information, screen colors, and labels.


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