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Swift Using shell variables

Any value in may contain environment variables. For example:


Environment variables are expanded locally on the machine where you are running Swift.

Swift will also define a variable called $RUNDIRECTORY that is the path to the run directory Swift creates. In a case where you’d like your work directory to be in the runNNN directory, you may do something like this:



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