;;; paths.el --- define pathnames for use by various Emacs commands.
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;;; Synched up with: FSF 19.30.
;; This file is dumped with XEmacs.
;; 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-start.el. Do not change this file.
;Note: FSF's version is:
; (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)))
; "List of directories to search for Info documentation files.
;They are searched in the order they are given in this list.
;Therefore, the directory of Info files that come with Emacs
;normally should come last (so that local files override standard ones).")
;Our commented-out version is:
; (let ((start (list "/usr/local/info/"
; (configdir (file-name-as-directory configure-info-directory)))
; (or (member configdir start)
; (setq start (nconc start (list configdir))))
; (or (member (expand-file-name "../info/" data-directory) start)
; (setq start
; (nconc start
; (list (expand-file-name "../info/" data-directory)))))
; "List of directories to search for Info documentation files.")
(defvar news-path "/usr/spool/news/"
"The root directory below which all news files are stored.")
(defvar news-inews-program nil
"Program to post news.")
;(defvar gnus-default-nntp-server ""
; ;; set this to your local server
; "The name of the host running an NNTP server.
;If it is a string such as \":DIRECTORY\", then ~/DIRECTORY
;is used as a news spool. `gnus-nntp-server' is initialized from NNTPSERVER
;environment variable or, if none, this value.")
;(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-domain nil
"*Your domain name without a host name: for example, \"ai.mit.edu\".
The DOMAINNAME environment variable is used instead if defined.
If the function `system-name' returns a fully qualified domain name,
there is no need to set this variable.")
(defvar gnus-local-organization nil
"*The name of your organization, as a string.
The `ORGANIZATION' environment variable is used instead if defined.")
(defvar mh-progs nil
"Directory containing MH commands.")
(defvar mh-lib nil
"Directory of MH library.")
(defvar rmail-file-name (purecopy "~/RMAIL")
"Name of user's primary mail file.")
(defvar gnus-startup-file (purecopy "~/.newsrc")
"The file listing groups to which user is subscribed.
Will use `gnus-startup-file'-SERVER instead if exists.")
(defconst rmail-spool-directory nil
"Name of directory used by system mailer for delivering new mail.
Its name should end with a slash.")
(defconst sendmail-program nil
"Program used to send messages.")
(defconst remote-shell-program nil
"Program used to execute shell commands on a remote machine.")
(purecopy (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.")
(defconst manual-program nil
"Program to run to print man pages.")
(purecopy (if (eq system-type 'vax-vms)
"*Default name of file to read abbrevs from.")
;; This matches the default Sun automounter temporary mount points. These
;; temporary mount points may go away, so it's important that we only try
;; to read files under the "advertised" mount point, rather than the
;; temporary one, or it will look like files have been deleted on us.
;; Whoever came up with this design is clearly a moron of the first order,
;; but now we're stuck with it, no doubt until the end of time.
;; For best results, automounter junk should go near the front of this
;; list, and other user translations should come after it.
;; You may need to change this if you're not running the Sun automounter,
;; if you're not running in the default configuration. Because the
;; designers (and I use that term loosely) of the automounters failed to
;; provide any uniform way of disambiguating a pathname, emacs needs to
;; have knowledge about exactly how the automounter mangles pathnames
;; (and this knowledge is basically impossible to derive at run-time.)
(cons (purecopy "\\`/tmp_mnt/") (purecopy "/"))
;; Formerly, the values of these variables were computed once
;; (at dump time). However, with the advent of pre-compiled binaries
;; and homebrewed systems such as Linux where who knows where the
;; hell the various programs may be located (if they even exist at all),
;; it's clear that we need to recompute these values at run time.
;; In typical short-sightedness, site administrators have been told up
;; till now to do `setq's in site-init.el, which is run only once --
;; at dump time. So we have to do contortions to make sure we don't
;; override values set in site-init.el.
(defun initialize-xemacs-paths ()
"Initialize the XEmacs path variables from the environment.
Called automatically at dump time and run time. Do not call this.
Will not override settings in site-init.el or site-run.el."
(let ((l #'(lambda (var value)
(let ((origsym (intern (concat "paths-el-original-"
(set var value)
(set origsym value))
(and (eq (symbol-value var) (symbol-value origsym))
(set var value)))))))
(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/lib/news/inews") "/usr/lib/news/inews")
(cond ((file-directory-p "/usr/bin/mh") "/usr/bin/mh/") ;Ultrix 4.2
((file-directory-p "/usr/new/mh") "/usr/new/mh/") ;Ultrix <4.2
((file-directory-p "/usr/local/bin/mh") "/usr/local/bin/mh/")
((file-directory-p "/usr/local/mh") "/usr/local/mh/")
(cond ((file-directory-p "/usr/lib/mh") "/usr/lib/mh/") ;Ultrix 4.2
"/usr/new/lib/mh/") ;Ultrix <4.2
((file-directory-p "/usr/local/lib/mh") "/usr/local/lib/mh/")
(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.
((memq system-type '(dgux hpux usg-unix-v unisoft-unix rtu irix))
((memq system-type '(linux))
((file-exists-p "/usr/lib/sendmail") "/usr/lib/sendmail")
((file-exists-p "/usr/sbin/sendmail") "/usr/sbin/sendmail")
((file-exists-p "/usr/ucblib/sendmail") "/usr/ucblib/sendmail")
(t "fakemail"))) ;In ../etc, to interface to /bin/mail.
;; 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")
;; Solaris 2 has both of these files; prefer /usr/ucb/man
;; because the other has nonstandard argument conventions.
(if (file-exists-p "/usr/ucb/man")
;;; paths.el ends here