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From: "Keith Starsmeare" <keith_starsmeare AT yahoo DOT co DOT uk>
To: <cygwin-developers AT cygwin DOT com>
Subject: setup.exe command line options
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 20:17:16 +0100
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I'm testing the waters to check that I'm not duplicating someone elses work.
I've started adding command line options to the setup program. My goal would
be to get to the stage where I don't need to click anything to
download/install from my favourite mirror.

I thought it best to mirror the options in the dialog boxes, so I came up
with these options:

-netinstall
-netdownload
-localinstall
-packagedir
-rootdir
-dos
-unix
-allusers
-justme
-noproxy
-ie
-proxy
-ftpsite
-all_new

I haven't got it all working yet, and I'm very much a part time developer,
so don't hold your breathe (unless I should submit the easy bits that I've
got working...).

Keith

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