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%    Copyright (C) 1994, 1996, 1999 Aladdin Enterprises.  All rights reserved.
% 
% This software is provided AS-IS with no warranty, either express or
% implied.
% 
% This software is distributed under license and may not be copied,
% modified or distributed except as expressly authorized under the terms
% of the license contained in the file LICENSE in this distribution.
% 
% For more information about licensing, please refer to
% http://www.ghostscript.com/licensing/. For information on
% commercial licensing, go to http://www.artifex.com/licensing/ or
% contact Artifex Software, Inc., 101 Lucas Valley Road #110,
% San Rafael, CA  94903, U.S.A., +1(415)492-9861.

% $Id: gs_cmdl.ps 6300 2005-12-28 19:56:24Z giles $
% Parse and execute the command line.
% C code handles the following switches: -h/-? -I -M -v

/cmddict 50 dict def
cmddict begin

% ---------------- Utility procedures ---------------- %

% Get the next argument from the parsed argument list.
/nextarg		% - nextarg <arg> true
			% - nextarg false
 { argv length 0 eq
    { false }
    { argv dup 0 get exch dup length 1 sub 1 exch getinterval /argv exch def }
   ifelse
 } bind def

% Run a file, under job control if implemented.
/runjob			% <file> runjob -
 { end		% cmddict
   /startjob where { pop false () startjob pop }
   run
   //cmddict begin
 } bind def
/runfilejob		% <filename> runfilejob -
 { findlibfile { exch pop } { (r) file } runjob
 } bind def

% Expand arguments.  Free variables: expand@.
/expandarg		% <string> expandarg <args...>
 { dup () eq
    { pop
    }
    { dup dup (--) eq exch (-+) eq or
       { pop /expand@ false def
       }
       { expand@ { (@) anchorsearch } { false } ifelse
	  { pop findlibfile
	     { exch pop }
	     { (r) file }		% let the error happen
	    expandargfile
	  }
	 if
       }
      ifelse
    }
 } bind def
/expandargfile		% <file> expandargfile <args...>
 { [ exch cvlit
    { token not { exit } if
      dup type /stringtype ne { =string cvs dup length string copy } if
      expandarg
    }
   /exec cvx
   ] cvx loop
 } bind def

% ---------------- Recognized switches ---------------- %

% Switches with arguments are defined as <x>;
% switches without arguments are defined as -<x>.

% Switches without arguments
/--
 { nextarg not
    { (-- and -+ require a file name.) = flush }
    { //systemdict /ARGUMENTS argv put /argv [] def runjob }
   ifelse
 } bind def
/-+ /-- load def
/-@ /-- load def
/-A { (@) Z } bind def
/-c
 {  { argv length 0 eq { exit } if
      argv 0 get (-) anchorsearch { pop pop exit } if
      pop nextarg token
       { exch pop			% Probably should check for empty.
	 end exec //cmddict begin
       }
      if
    }
   loop
 } bind def
/-e { (#) Z } bind def
/-E /-e load def
/-f { } def
/-q { //systemdict /QUIET true put } bind def

% Switches with arguments
/d
 { (=) search not { (#) search not { () exch dup } if } if
   exch pop cvn dup where
    { pop (Redefining ) print print ( is not allowed.) = flush pop }
    { exch token
       { exch pop }		% Probably should check for empty.
       { true }
      ifelse
      //systemdict 3 1 roll put
    }
   ifelse
 } bind def
/D /d load def
/f { dup length 0 ne { runfilejob } if } bind def
/g
 { (x) search { cvi pop exch cvi } { cvi dup } ifelse
   //systemdict begin /DEVICEHEIGHT exch def /DEVICEWIDTH exch def end
 } bind def
/r
 { (x) search { cvr pop exch cvr } { cvr dup } ifelse
   //systemdict begin /DEVICEYRESOLUTION exch def /DEVICEXRESOLUTION exch def end
 } bind def
/s
 { (=) search not { (#) search not { () exch dup } if } if
   exch pop cvn dup where { pop dup load } { () } ifelse
   type /stringtype ne
    { (Redefining ) print print ( is not allowed.) = flush pop }
    { exch //systemdict 3 1 roll put }
   ifelse
 } bind def
/S /s load def
/Z { true .setdebug } bind def

% ---------------- Main program ---------------- %

% We process the command line in two passes.  In the first pass,
% we read and expand any @-files as necessary.  The second pass
% does the real work.

/cmdstart
 { //cmddict begin
   /expand@ true def
   [
		% Process the GS_OPTIONS environment variable.
   (GS_OPTIONS) getenv { 0 () /SubFileDecode filter expandargfile } if
		% Process the actual command line.
   .getargv { expandarg } forall
   ] readonly /argv exch def
		% Now interpret the commands.
    { nextarg not { exit } if
      dup 0 get (-) 0 get eq
       { dup length 1 eq
	  { pop (%stdin) (r) file runjob
	  }
	  { dup length 2 gt
	     { dup dup length 2 sub 2 exch getinterval exch 1 1 getinterval }
	    if currentdict .knownget
	     { exec
	     }
	     { (Ignoring unknown switch ) print
	       dup length 1 eq { (-) print print } if print
	       () = flush
	     }
	    ifelse
	  }
	 ifelse
       }
       { runfilejob
       }
      ifelse
    }
   loop end
 } bind def

end		% cmddict