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As with providing an
AutoOpt-ed library to a non-
program, you must write the option description file as if you were writing
all the options for the program, but you should specify the
allow-errors global option attribute and you will likely want an
usage() function (see “Program Information Attributes”
see section Program Information Attributes). In this case, though, when
optionProcess() returns, you need to test to see if there might be
library options. If there might be, then call the library’s exported
routine for handling command line options, set the next-option-to-process
RESTART_OPT() macro, and recall
Repeat until done.
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