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#!wish -f
#
# Example client of the install.tcl infrastructure.
#
# The commands below set up default values for certain
# system-dependent variables in the exmh program.
# A dialog box is created that allows you to edit these
# values, so you probably won't edit this file directly,
# unless you are a developer that is adapting it to your tool.
#
# Invoke with:
# wish -f ./example.install
#
package require Tk
source ./install.tcl

set program exmh
set vers 2.9.0
set date 11/07/2018

if [catch {package require Tcl 8.5}] {
    error "Tcl/Tk 8.5 or higher required for exmh.  You have $tcl_version"
}

# Define app name and install save file
install_init exmh ./.exmhinstall

install_version	exmh(version) "version $vers $date" {Exmh Version number}

# The following are settings inside exmh that depend on the local environment
install_name	exmh(name)	exmh		{Name of main exmh script}
install_var	exmh(maintainer) valdis.kletnieks@vt.edu {Target of error mailings}
install_dirVar	mh_path		[installGuessDir /usr/local/bin inc]	{MH binary directory}
install_progVar	exmh(slocal)	[installGuessPath /usr/local/lib/mh/slocal slocal]	{MH slocal program}
install_dirVar	mime(dir)	[installGuessDir /usr/local/bin metamail]	{Metamail bin directory}
install_fileVar mailcap_default	[installGuessPath /usr/etc/mailcap mailcap]	{System mailcap file}
install_fileVar mimetypes_default [installGuessPath /usr/local/lib/exmh-$vers/mime.types mime.types]	{System mime.types file}
install_expect	exmh(expect)	[installGuessPath /usr/local/bin/expect expect]	{expect program}
install_progVar	exmh(expectk)	[installGuessPath /usr/local/bin/expectk expectk]	{expectk program}
install_dirVar	faces(dir)	/usr/local/faces/faces    {Root dir of faces store}
install_var	faces(set,user)	{local users usenix misc} \
						{Search path for user faces}
install_var	faces(set,unknown)	{domains unknown} \
						{Search path for generic faces}
install_var	faces(set,news)	{news}	{Search path for news faces}
install_var	faces(defaultDomain) eng.sun.com	{Your default domain}
install_var	faces(suffix) {xpm gif xbm}	{Faces file suffixes}
install_dirVar	pgp(pgp,path)	[installGuessDir /usr/local/bin pgp]		{Pgp2 bin directory}
install_dirVar  pgp(pgp5,path)	[installGuessDir /usr/local/bin pgpk]            {Pgp5 bin directory}
install_dirVar  pgp(gpg,path)	[installGuessDir /usr/local/bin gpg]            {GnuPG bin directory}
install_dirVar  pgp(pgp6,path)	[installGuessDir /usr/local/bin pgp6]            {Pgp6 bin directory}
install_dirVar	glimpse(path)	[installGuessDir /usr/local/bin glimpse]	{Glimpse bin directory}
install_var	sound(cmd)	{/usr/demo/SOUND/play -v 38} \
							{Audio play command}

install_libDir	exmh(library)	/usr/local/lib/exmh-$vers {Script library}
install_testLib	./lib

# The following are installation directories, which you may have to adjust,
# and install file patterns (glob/sed), which should not be site dependent.
install_dir  bin	[installGuessDir /usr/local/bin exmh]		{Install bin directory}
install_glob bin	exmh exmh-bg exmh-async ftp.expect inc.expect exmh-strip
install_sed  .MASTER	exmh exmh-bg exmh-async ftp.expect inc.expect exmh-strip
install_dir  man	/usr/man/manl	{Install man directory}
install_glob man	exmh*.l
install_dir  lib	/usr/local/lib/exmh-$vers	{Install lib directory}
install_glob lib	lib/*.tcl lib/*.bitmap lib/*.gif lib/*.ppm lib/help.* lib/*.FAQ lib/tclIndex lib/app-defaults*  lib/*.mask lib/*.exp lib/mime.types lib/*.au lib/html lib/PgpDecryptExpect lib/bitmaps

# Define test command
install_test exec ./exmh &

# Main interface
install_dialog

# User information
install_html {
<Html>
<Head>
<Title>Install EXMH</Title>
<!-- Author: bwelch -->
</Head>
<Body>



<h1 align=center>Installation for exmh</h1>
<h2 align=center>TK front end to the MH mail system. </h2>
<p>
After you read these instructions, click <button -command install_pack_buttons>I have read the instructions</button>
to reveal more buttons that do the installation.
<p>
The installer has many fields in a scrolling list. Each field value
is used to patch exmh.MASTER in order to make the exmh script. Most
of the settings are file or directory names. Make sure the file system
pathnames are correct for your system. The fields are described below.

<p>
The wish pathname is for the program that runs exmh.
Tk 8.0 or higher (e.g., Tk 8.4) is required.
<p>
By default, the program is installed as "exmh", and it also uses related
scripts named "exmh-bg" and "exmh-async". If you want to install it
under an alternate name, use the "Name of main exmh script" setting
to change the base name.
<p>
You may not have some support programs or packages. In this case, just
delete the default value and leave the field blank.

<h2>Recommended Packages</h2>
<p>
See <a href=lib/html/exmh.README.html>exmh.README.html</a> for pointers to these.
<ul>
<li>The metamail program that handles unknown (by exmh) MIME formats.
This also includes mimecode that handles base64 and quoted-printable
encodings used to transmit 8-bit data safely in mail messaegs. This
is highly recommended. If you use 8-bit character sets, then you must
have this package to properly encode messages.
</ul>
<h2>Optional Packages</h2>
<p>
See <a href=lib/html/exmh.README.html>exmh.README.html</a> for pointers to these.
<ul>
<li>The expect program. This can be used to do FTP transfers of MIME
message/external-body messages of subtype anon-ftp.
<li>The facesaver database. Exmh needs to know the root directory of
the database and then the set of subdirectories under that which contain
directory trees of face bitmaps.
<li>Glimpse is a search tool that can help you find mail messages by
their content.
<li>The play program that plays audio files.
</ul>
<h3>Reminder</h3>
<p>
Check out the optional slocal.patch and folder.patch files. These are
optional - see the man page for details.

<h2>Field descriptions </h2>
<ul>
<li>Wish absolute pathname. Exmh is a script. It needs to be run by
the Tcl/Tk shell, "wish". Enter the complete, absolute pathname.
<li> Exmh version number. Do not change this so that automatic bug
reports properly reflect the version of exmh in use.
<li> Name of main script. This lets you change the name from exmh to
something else, like "exmh2" or "exmh-solaris".
<li> Error mailing target. Change it if you want to see errors at your
site. Otherwise I'll get them, which is OK.
<li> MH binary directory. The directory that has MH programs like inc,
send scan, folders, etc.
<li> MH slocal program. Use for presorting mail. This is in the MH
library directory. Give the complete pathname.
<li> Metamail bin directory. The home for metamail and mimencode. These
programs are required by exmh for MIME handling.
<li> System mailcap file. This file has rules for metamail that describe
how to view MIME parts. Exmh uses these rules, too.
<li> System mime.types file. Maps file extensions into MIME types. Used by
Exmh to set the mime type correctly for attachments when composing a MIME
message. Also used by web servers to work out the MIME type of files they're
delivering and web browsers to work out what to do with file:... type URIs
so your sysadmin may have installed one (maybe in /usr/etc or /usr/local/etc).
Default is to use the one which will be installed in the <b>Script Library</b>
directory.
</ul>
<p>
(The following are for optional packages. Leave them blank if you do
not have the related package. There are more required fields described
after these)
<ul>
<li>Expect program. Only needed if you use the "expect" method for
FTP transfers. This is the most reliable method.
<li>Root for faces. The facesaver directory. It has subdirectories
that correspond to different faces (i.e., picons) databases.
<li> Search path for user faces. This is a list of directory names
relative to the root of the faces databases.
<li> Search path for generic faces. This is a list of directory names
relative to the root of the faces databases.
<li> Default domain. This is used in faces lookup to fully qualify
addresses.
<li> Faces file suffixes. These are the file extentions that are used
in your faces database. Narrowing this speeds face lookup.
</ul>
<blockquote>Faces example: Suppose you have a directory /usr/local/faces
that contains these subdirectories: domains, misc, unknown, usenix,
users, and local. /usr/local/faces is your "Root for faces". Each of
the subdirs is the root of a directory hierarchy that mirrors domain
names. You'll have domains/com, domains/edu, as well as users/com and
users/edu, for example. The databases are split into user and generic
categories to help find real faces before more generic icons. </blockquote>
<ul>
<li>PGP bin. The directory that contains the PGP binaries.
<li>Glimpse bin. The directory that contains the glimpse and glimpseindex
programs.
<li>Audio play program. A program that plays .au files
</ul>
<h2>More Required Fields</h2>
<ul>
<li>Script Library. The runtime location of the exmh .tcl files.
</ul>
<blockquote>Note that the "Script Library" and the "Install lib directory"
are usually the same place. The script library is the runtime value
of the library directory, while the install lib directory is the install-time
value. Ordinarily they should be the same. If you have AFS, you might
need to set these two differently because of read-only volumes. </blockquote>
<ul>
<li>Install bin directory. The place to install the main exmh script.
<li> Install man directory. The place to install the man pages.
<li> Install lib directory. The place to copy the .tcl scripts.
</ul>
<blockquote>The "Install lib Library" should be private to exmh (unshared
with other apps). In addition, it cannot be the same place as ./lib.
You have to let the install procedure copy the TCL library files elsewhere.
The Verify does not check for this, and you'll get an error on audi.tcl
as it removes itself before copying onto itself... </blockquote>

<h2>Install Commands </h2>
<p>
The Test button runs exmh and automatically switches the script library
run-time value to "./lib" for the duration of the test.
<p>
When you press "Patch" the configuration is saved in the file named
.exmhinstall. If you save this to an alternate name (e.g., .exmhinstall.sun4)
you can use the <button -command installConfigs>Conf</button> button to choose among ../*/.exmhinstall* files.

<p>
After you set things up, then
<ol>
<li><button -command installPatch>Patch</button> - apply site-dependent patches to exmh.
<li><button -command installTclIndex>TclIndex</button> - compute the auto-load library index.
<li><button -command installTest>Test</button> - run the patched script.
<li><button -command installVerify>Verify</button> - see what the Install will do.
<li><button -command installInner>Install</button> - install exmh.
</ol>
<h2><a href=lib/html/index.html>More Exmh Documentation</a></h2>


</Body>
</Html>

}