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1 /* $Header: /cvsroot/esrg/sfesrg/esrgpcpj/egs/egs_main.cpp,v 1.2 2002/01/28 08:42:09 dtashley Exp $ */
2
3 // EGS_MAIN.CPP : File containing the entry point for
4 // the console application, the main()
5 // function. This function is the glue
6 // between the default console application
7 // and the ported Tcl from Scriptics.
8 //
9
10 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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690 //-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
691 //--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
692 extern "C" int TclBaseMain(int argc, char **argv);
693 //External function TclBaseMain() is to be
694 //called using "C" calling conventions.
695
696 int main(int argc, char* argv[])
697 {
698 int return_code;
699
700 return_code = TclBaseMain(argc, argv);
701 //Call and save the return code from Tcl.
702
703 return (return_code);
704 //Feed the return code back to the caller.
705 }
706
707 /*
708 * $Log: egs_main.cpp,v $
709 * Revision 1.2 2002/01/28 08:42:09 dtashley
710 * Minor spacing issue corrected.
711 *
712 * Revision 1.1 2002/01/28 08:41:09 dtashley
713 * EGS (replacement for IJS) successfully added.
714 */

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