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VARSET sets a variable to file related information. In addition some arithmetic and string functions are offered. Long file names are supported under Windows 9x and 2000 (NOT Win NT). The syntax is easy to remember.
To set the environmental variable a SET instruction is generated, and automatically executed through the CALL VAR SET .. construct (this also works under Win NT/2000).
VARSET will help you edit variables in non time!







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VARSET was originally designed for third-party programmers and to show them what can be done when writing a variable editor to suit their own needs.

What is VARSET?
VARSET is a set of C functions that allows you to edit the contents of a file to the current environment – variables, command lines, etc.

VARSET’s purpose is for third party developers to do variable editing on their own without having to waste time with tedious problems they can’t easily debug (like trying to find the correct line of code to call).
The simplest way of using it is to insert a CALL VARSET in your source code and then to add your own VAR SET statements after that.

How does it work?
VARSET is a set of C functions that can edit any kind of environment variables (sourced or local). It does this by reading from the current.INI file (usually a special file called “varset.ini” under your current directory), it generates the appropriate CALL VAR SET instruction and executes it.

There are several reasons why you need to use this program:

• Variable editing (varset.exe) is used to make changes to the environment. Variables can be set, unset, modified and deleted.
• The flexibility of VARSET allows you to edit several files and variables at the same time.
• VARSET does not change the contents of the files it manipulates.
• All operations are dynamic, there are no command prompts or prompts to enter values.
• VARSET is a command line program that does not require any graphical interface.
• VARSET handles environments in a platform independent manner.

The simple fact that you must have a.INI file for VARSET to work may be one of the reasons it is not a standard part of the Microsoft development tools.

The syntax for VARSET is very simple. You call it like this:
VARSET [options] [file1.ini, file2.ini,…, fileN.ini]

-m To overwrite the current file with a new one.
-d To delete the current file.
-n To return the list of files that currently have values.
-f [To set the name of the file that you wish to edit to a specific string]

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To view or edit keys, use KEYMACRO. A set of keys is defined and specified. In addition you can use the on-screen typing interface.
KEYMACRO can help you edit keys through the on-screen typing interface.
KEYMACRO Keyboard interaction:
When the system receives KEYMACRO, the user is prompted for the desired key, which is entered as a sequence of characters. If the Key is pressed, the characters will be added to the name of the key. If the key is released, the key is changed to the next key. The entry of the first letter can be restricted.
To activate the keyboard for text editing, KEYMACRO must be entered in the initial state (allocated keys). This can be done with the SET KEYMACRO instruction.
KINLCONV Description:
You can use KINLCONV to define file names in different file systems (DOS, Mac, Win, etc.)
KINLCONV will check for the availability of the specified file names in the selected filesystems. It then changes the file names to compatible file names. After the operation, the file names in all the current local filesystems are set to compatible ones. The file system of the current disk can be changed using KINLCONV, as well as of the disk drive.
FILESYS Definition:
To define the contents of the filesystem, use FILESYS. A list of all the files in the selected directory is displayed. If you select one or more files, the contents of the file are displayed.
SYSTEM Definition:
To define the basic system functions, use SYSTEM. A list of all the devices, folders,… is displayed. If you select a device, the operating system commands for this device is displayed.
PATTERNS To select or edit patterns, use PATTERNS. Patterns can be defined in a list and then edited. Patterns can be set, expanded or collapsed in a tree format.
PARAMETERS To select or edit parameters, use PARAMETERS. Parameters can be defined in a list and then edited. These parameters are specific to the current settings of the application.
DIALOG For opening dialog boxes, use DIALOG. A dialog box is displayed, with the title and content specified by the user.
DISPLAY On the display of your choice (J-Screen, Window, screen,…) you can use the DISPLAY environment variable to define the screen number

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VARSET helps you set up the environment to a certain value (such as ANSI/UNIX, Win95/NT/2000, SQL, MySQL, etc.).
You can execute any executable which supports a VARSEET environment variable, or create a VARSET VAR=… file.

What are the requirements for me to successfully build and run a win 32 application on the linux platform? How can I do this?

For starters, you’ll need a Linux/Unix development environment. The commercial offerings like Borland and Allegro are not as easy to use as their Windows counterparts. The best tools for a Linux/Unix development environment are probably:



GNU ld


Trying to install each of these tools separately can be quite a hassle. There are some setup files for each of these tools, but if you download the packages from the individual vendors’ websites, they often are not quite as complete as the one package from the Linux CDROM.

Some help can be found at For Unix development you can also try the



You will need all of the above, but in some cases you may find that the compiler/linker and utilities are not sufficient for your needs. For example, the vendor-provided C++ compiler doesn’t have static linkage or automatic detection of function prototypes. In such cases you’ll need to obtain the vendor’s runtime libraries (for Linux these are often all that is needed).

You also need to make sure that you have the debug headers for the libraries and the supporting utilities.

Another important consideration is the support for Windows-specific features in the C library and libraries.

So you will have to find the right combination of tools for your needs.

I wish I could help, but I don’t know enough to answer this. I did, however, find this reference:

This documentation is primarily for C/C++ programmers, but many of the pages (including the main index and the INSTALL and SYNOPSIS pages) can be used to find out about the

What’s New In?

All calls to VARSET will place the variables related to that set call in the global scoped environment, which is normally not modified. This includes the EXECUTABLE environment, the additional environment for each virtual machine for which a virtual machine call is made.

There is a limitation in VARSET that you can not specify a variable as a “true” with a prefix argument.
For example, when you set MY-VAR to 42, you can not do the following:

MY-VAR = 42

the above commands has the same effect as


This is because the VARSET works like this:


when VARSET is called the above, the SET MY-VAR = 42 is evaluated in the context of the VARSET set call, and the variable MY-VAR is placed in the global scope, which is not the case if we use the standard SET MY-VAR = 42.
This is a limitation and it is not a bug, but a consequence of the internal working of the VARSET system.

Syntax and Usage:

SET VAR=value
SET VAR=value FOR [WIN32]
SET VAR=value FOR [WinNT]


This will set the variable VAR in the current “environment” (EXECUTABLE, MSDOSCOM, MSDOSCOM, WIN32, WinNT)

Where did this get its name?

Its name was derived from the VArset call which was a system call of UNIX. But it was very hard to remember, and the name has been changed to make it easier to remember.

History and Limitations:

VARSET was implemented in Pascal and originally was used to retrieve the variables in UNIX systems. Since it is normally difficult to change a system wide variable, and VARSET is not too long and difficult to remember, it was easier to remember the name VARSET and use it, instead of a change of the system.

External Links:

The official Pascal documentation of the VARSET system is available at:

See also

MANIFEST (environment)
set (operator)
external (environment)


Pascal Manual (ISO-Standard : 1177):

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