Synergy DBL system options

WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows
WNSupported in Synergy .NET on Windows
USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS

The DBLOPT environment variable sets Synergy DBL system options.


A string that contains one or more Synergy DBL system option numbers, separated by commas. Synergy DBL ignores any option numbers that it doesn’t recognize or that aren’t applicable to the current environment.


See System Options for a complete list of system options.

On OpenVMS, when you define multiple runtime options with DBLOPT, make sure to enclose them in quotation marks. If you don’t use, DCL interprets the logical as a search list, and the runtime only processes the first option specified. For example:

$ DEFINE DBLOPT "1,7,16,35"

Setting location

The environment. On Windows, if this environment variable is being used by the runtime, it can also be set in the [synergy], [dbl], or [dbr] section of synergy.ini.

DBLOPT can be reset by the SETLOG subroutine, and the runtime interprets the new setting.

Used by

Runtime, compiler, linker, librarian, fcompare, fconvert, isutl


On Windows, if set at the command prompt,

set DBLOPT=11,23,43