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Init point to execute the script. If `arguments` string is given, will evaluate the 
arguments, else evaluates sys.argv. Any inheriting class should extend the run method 
(but first calling BaseCmdLineTool.run(self)).

src/m/t/mtools-1.1.4/mtools/mlaunch/mlaunch.py   mtools(Download)
 
        # argparser is set up, now call base class run()
        BaseCmdLineTool.run(self, arguments, get_unknowns=True)
 
        # conditions on argument combinations

src/m/t/mtools-HEAD/mtools/mlaunch/mlaunch.py   mtools(Download)
 
        # argparser is set up, now call base class run()
        BaseCmdLineTool.run(self, arguments, get_unknowns=True)
 
        # conditions on argument combinations

src/m/t/mtools-1.1.4/mtools/mgenerate/mgenerate.py   mtools(Download)
    def run(self, arguments=None):
        BaseCmdLineTool.run(self, arguments)
 
        if self.args['template'].startswith('{'):
            # not a file

src/m/t/mtools-HEAD/mtools/mgenerate/mgenerate.py   mtools(Download)
    def run(self, arguments=None):
        BaseCmdLineTool.run(self, arguments)
 
        if self.args['template'].startswith('{'):
            # not a file