you can pass any number of arbitrary environment variables to your external 
but of course it is the responsibility of the external application to read them 
and to actually use them.

"_4D_OPTION_STOP_TOKEN" is not a built-in reserved by 4D,
he was simply following the naming convention used by 4D for his custom 

it will only make sense when used together with his script.

2018/04/07 9:15、David Garrard via 4D_Tech 
<4d_tech@lists.4d.com<mailto:4d_tech@lists.4d.com>> のメール:
From what I can tell using the " _4D_OPTION_STOP_TOKEN" as parameter one of
SET ENVIRONMENT VARIABLE is not functioning on Windows.
Does anyone have any proof that a stop token is ever created?  I have not
seen one.

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