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Swift App definitions


In 0.95, applications wildcards will be used by default. This means that $PATH will be searched and pathnames to application do not have to be defined.

In the case where you have multiple sites defined, and you want control over where things run, you will need to define the location of apps. In this scenario, you will can define apps in swift.properties with something like this:

app.westmere.cat=/bin/cat

When an app is defined in swift.properties for any site you are running on, wildcards will be disabled, and all apps you want to use must be defined.

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