3.3.1. Using environment variables in file names

Using environment variables in file names enables switching to new repository versions without the requirement to modify the project. For example, use $(PVLIB_HOME)/etc/sglib.sgrepo as the reference to the components of the Fast Model Portfolio to enable migrating to future version of this library by simply modifying environment variable PVLIB_HOME.

The path of a file can be edited through the File Properties dialog as listed in File/Path Properties dialog. Select Properties from the context menu activated while the file is selected. The file path can be modified by editing the File entry.


On Windows, you can use Unix syntax to define environment variables and paths. This means $PVLIB_HOME/etc/my.sgrepo is valid on Windows.

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