How to use the honcho.compat.OrderedDict function in honcho

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def ep(*args, **kwargs):
    return environ.expand_processes(compat.OrderedDict(args), **kwargs)
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def command_start(args):
    procfile_path = _procfile_path(args.app_root, _choose_procfile(args))
    procfile = _procfile(procfile_path)

    concurrency = _parse_concurrency(args.concurrency)
    env = _read_env(args.app_root, args.env)
    quiet = _parse_quiet(args.quiet)
    port = _choose_port(args, env)

    if args.processes:
        processes = compat.OrderedDict()
        for name in args.processes:
                processes[name] = procfile.processes[name]
            except KeyError:
                raise CommandError("Process type '{0}' does not exist in Procfile".format(name))
        processes = procfile.processes

    manager = Manager(Printer(sys.stdout,
                              colour=(not args.no_colour),
                              prefix=(not args.no_prefix)))

    for p in environ.expand_processes(processes,
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def __init__(self):
        self.processes = compat.OrderedDict()