;;; paths.el --- define pathnames for use by various Emacs commands.
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;; These are default settings for names of certain files and directories
;; that Emacs needs to refer to from time to time.
;; If these settings are not right, override them with `setq'
;; in site-init.el. Do not change this file.
(let ((start (list "/usr/local/lib/info/"
;; This comes second so that, if it is the same
;; as configure-info-directory (which is usually true)
;; and Emacs has been installed (also usually true)
;; then the list will end with two copies of this;
;; which means that the last dir file Info-insert-dir
;; finds will be the one in this directory.
(configdir (file-name-as-directory configure-info-directory)))
(setq start (nconc start (list configdir)))
"Default list of directories to search for Info documentation files.
They are searched in the order they are given in the list.
Therefore, the directory of Info files that come with Emacs
normally should come last (so that local files override standard ones).
Once Info is started, the list of directories to search
comes from the variable `Info-directory-list'.
This variable `Info-default-directory-list' is used as the default
for initializing `Info-directory-list' when Info is started.")
(if (file-exists-p "/usr/spool/news/")
"The root directory below which all news files are stored.")
(cond ((file-exists-p "/usr/bin/inews") "/usr/bin/inews")
((file-exists-p "/usr/local/inews") "/usr/local/inews")
((file-exists-p "/usr/local/bin/inews") "/usr/local/bin/inews")
((file-exists-p "/usr/contrib/lib/news/inews") "/usr/contrib/lib/news/inews")
((file-exists-p "/usr/lib/news/inews") "/usr/lib/news/inews")
"Program to post news.")
(defvar gnus-default-nntp-server ""
;; set this to your local server
"The name of the host running an NNTP server.
The null string means use the local host as the server site.")
(defvar gnus-nntp-service "nntp"
"NNTP service name, usually \"nntp\" or 119).
Go to a local news spool if its value is nil, in which case `gnus-nntp-server'
should be set to `(system-name)'.")
(defvar gnus-local-organization nil
"*The name of your organization, as a string.
The `ORGANIZATION' environment variable is used instead if defined.")
(defvar gnus-startup-file "~/.newsrc"
"The file listing groups to which user is subscribed.
Will use `gnus-startup-file'-SERVER instead if exists.")
(defvar rmail-file-name "~/RMAIL"
"Name of user's primary mail file.")
(cond ((string-match "^[^-]+-[^-]+-sco3.2v4" system-configuration)
;; On The Bull DPX/2 /usr/spool/mail is used although
;; it is usg-unix-v.
((string-match "^m68k-bull-sysv3" system-configuration)
;; SVR4 and recent BSD are said to use this.
;; Rather than trying to know precisely which systems use it,
;; let's assume this dir is never used for anything else.
;; Many GNU/Linux systems use this name.
((memq system-type '(dgux hpux usg-unix-v unisoft-unix rtu irix))
"Name of directory used by system mailer for delivering new mail.
Its name should end with a slash.")
((file-exists-p "/usr/sbin/sendmail") "/usr/sbin/sendmail")
((file-exists-p "/usr/lib/sendmail") "/usr/lib/sendmail")
((file-exists-p "/usr/ucblib/sendmail") "/usr/ucblib/sendmail")
(t "fakemail")) ;In ../etc, to interface to /bin/mail.
"Program used to send messages.")
;; Some systems use rsh for the remote shell; others use that name for the
;; restricted shell and use remsh for the remote shell. Let's try to guess
;; based on what we actually find out there. The restricted shell is
;; almost certainly in /bin or /usr/bin, so it's probably safe to assume
;; that an rsh found elsewhere is the remote shell program. The converse
;; is not true: /usr/bin/rsh could be either one, so check that last.
((file-exists-p "/usr/ucb/remsh") "/usr/ucb/remsh")
((file-exists-p "/usr/bsd/remsh") "/usr/bsd/remsh")
((file-exists-p "/bin/remsh") "/bin/remsh")
((file-exists-p "/usr/bin/remsh") "/usr/bin/remsh")
((file-exists-p "/usr/local/bin/remsh") "/usr/local/bin/remsh")
((file-exists-p "/usr/ucb/rsh") "/usr/ucb/rsh")
((file-exists-p "/usr/bsd/rsh") "/usr/bsd/rsh")
((file-exists-p "/usr/local/bin/rsh") "/usr/local/bin/rsh")
((file-exists-p "/usr/bin/rcmd") "/usr/bin/rcmd")
((file-exists-p "/bin/rcmd") "/bin/rcmd")
((file-exists-p "/bin/rsh") "/bin/rsh")
((file-exists-p "/usr/bin/rsh") "/usr/bin/rsh")
(defconst term-file-prefix (if (eq system-type 'vax-vms) "[.term]" "term/")
"If non-nil, Emacs startup does (load (concat term-file-prefix (getenv \"TERM\")))
You may set this variable to nil in your `.emacs' file if you do not wish
the terminal-initialization file to be loaded.")
(if (eq system-type 'vax-vms)
"*Default name of file to read abbrevs from.")
;;; paths.el ends here