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# .curves/options
#   *** Note: at present, these settings are stored in ~/.curves
#       instead of in a directory called .curves.  This is destined to
#       change. 
#
# User preferences and option settings for CurVeS version control UI.
# [I'm sorry to say that some of these are not yet implemented.]
#

# Automatically sense binary files when adding.
# This allows CurVeS to operate smoothly on Windows machines where the
# default is to convert CRLF pairs to LF.
# 
# Default: yes
#
# SenseBinaryFiles = yep

# Enable automatic ChangeLog generation.  This is most useful when
# using the tagged commit feature to checking several files at once. 
#
# ChangeLogFileName = ./ChangeLog
# MaintainChangeLog = yes
# ChangeLogFormat = "$date $author\n\t$comment"

# Debug mask.  The bits in this mask control what sorts of information
# are traced.  Each trace element in the program has two
# specification, the class of the trace such as CVS, Curses, signal,
# and each has a severity.  Thus one can include trace statements
# based upon both criteria.  All bits in the trace flags must be
# present in the debug mask for the trace data to be output.  The
# value of the option is an integer that may be decimal or
# hexadecimal.  Set it to -1 to get everything. 
# 
# Default: 0
#
# Debug = 1

# Debug output.  Selects a method for capturing debug output.  If the
# name is local or local followed by a digit from 0-7, then the output
# is sent to syslog to that local facility.  The unnumbered local
# facility is local0.  If the name starts with `/' or `./', it is a
# filesystem file and trace output is appended to it.
#
# Default: local
#
DebugOutput = ./log

# Debug timestamps.  Chooses the method of timestamping debug output.
# It may be either `relative' for the time since the last debug
# message, `tod' for time-of-day, or `none' for no timestamping.
# Time-of-day stamps are redundant if the output is sent to the
# syslog daemon except for the fact that we report time to
# millisecond resolution. 
#
# Default: none
#
DebugTimestamps = relative

# Editor.  This program is used to edit configuration files and a few
# of the version control information files.  For the most part, this
# will be replaced by built-in functionality as it becomes available.
# (Nice passive voice, eh?)  The default is to use $EDITOR, $VISUAL,
# and vi in that order.
#
# Default: $EDITOR or $VISUAL or vi
# 
# Editor = emacs

# Sort.  Default sort for files.  This is a string if letters, each of
# which ranks the files in a different way.  The case of the letters
# is important.
# a - alphanumeric ascending
# A - alphanumeric ascending, case sensitive
# c - file class, most interesting first
# l - longest file length first
# n - newest first
# o - oldest first
# s - shortest file length first 
# t - tagged files first (unimplemented or not presently useful?)
#
# Default: ca
#
# Sort = ca

# Commit Comments.  We have a couple of options for entering change
# comments.  You can choose to enter them from the command pane where
# the comment can be long, but it displays as one line.
# Alternatively, you can used the built-in multi-line editor (ha ha),
# or the chosen editor, or the CVS comment entry option.  The value
# may be 'line', 'builtin', 'editor', or 'cvs'.
# 
# Default: line
#
# CommitCommentEditor = line

# Color Scheme.  The default color scheme looks good at the Linux
# console, but doesn't look so fine in an XTerminal.  There is an
# alternative scheme 1 that may better in X.  Color scheme 2 is
# monochrome.
#
# Default: 0
#
# ColorScheme = 1

# Inhibit Altername Character Set: curves may use line drawing
# characters to beautify the user interface.  This option inhibits
# this practice.  Should you select a custom font in X that does not
# support the line drawing graphic characters, set this option to
# replace them with ASCII.
#
# Default: no
#
# InhibitAltCharset = yes