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# This is the GNUstep configuration file.

# Any line starting with a '#' is a comment.
# Empty lines are ignored.
# Every other line in this file must be of the form
#   XXX=YYY
# where there should be no spaces around the '=' (this is because we
# include this file in shell scripts and makefiles, and sh syntax
# requires no spaces around the '=').
#
# Standard sh quotes can be used in YYY but only at runtime; they can 
# not be used while building.

# GNUstep can use up to 4 domains at the same time.  They are System,
# Local, Network and User.  You can install your programs / resources
# in any of these domains.  This file mostly deals with configuring
# how the domains map to your filesystem.

# IMPORTANT: Don't delete lines from this file unless you want
# the values hardcoded in the packages to be used.  If you want
# to suppress the network domain, set all its paths to be the same
# as the system domain.  If you want to suppress the local domain,
# set all its paths to be the same as the network domain.  If you
# want to suppress the user domain, set its paths to be the same
# as the local domain.  You can not suppress the system domain.

# The paths should not include a '/' at the end.

# These GNUSTEP_*_ROOT variables are obsolete, and will be removed.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ROOT=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ROOT@
GNUSTEP_LOCAL_ROOT=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_ROOT@
GNUSTEP_NETWORK_ROOT=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_ROOT@

# The name of the user config file.  This file can override
# some settings in this file.  Usually used by users that want
# to install things into their GNUstep user domain and/or have
# many such domains.
GNUSTEP_USER_CONFIG_FILE=@GNUSTEP_USER_CONFIG_FILE@

# The name of the user directory, if any.  This is obsolete,
# and will be removed.
GNUSTEP_USER_DIR=@GNUSTEP_USER_DIR@

# The name of the user directory where defaults (eg, preferences) are
# stored.  If it does not start with a '/', it will be considered
# relative to the user home directory.
GNUSTEP_USER_DEFAULTS_DIR=@GNUSTEP_USER_DEFAULTS_DIR@


# This is where the gnustep-make Makefiles are installed.
# Traditionally, this is /usr/GNUstep/System/Library/Makefiles
GNUSTEP_MAKEFILES=@GNUSTEP_MAKEFILES@

# This is where the user home directories are.  Only used to provide
# NSUserDirectory in gnustep-base.  Never used anywhere else.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_USERS_DIR=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_USERS_DIR@
GNUSTEP_NETWORK_USERS_DIR=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_USERS_DIR@
GNUSTEP_LOCAL_USERS_DIR=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_USERS_DIR@


# This is where System GUI Applications get installed.
# Traditionally it is /usr/GNUstep/System/Applications.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_APPS=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_APPS@

# This is where System GUI Applications that only the
# Administrator can use get installed.
# Traditionally it is /usr/GNUstep/System/Applications/Admin.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ADMIN_APPS=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ADMIN_APPS@

# This is where System Web Applications (GSWeb, SOPE) get
# installed.
# Traditionally it is /usr/GNUstep/System/Library/WebApplications.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_WEB_APPS=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_WEB_APPS@

# This is where System Command-Line Tools get installed.
# Traditionally it is /usr/GNUstep/System/Tools.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_TOOLS=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_TOOLS@

# This is where System Command-Line Tools that only the
# Administrator can use get installed.  Important: this
# should not be in the PATH of normal users.
# Traditionally it is /usr/GNUstep/System/Tools/Admin.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ADMIN_TOOLS=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ADMIN_TOOLS@

# This is where System resources get installed.  This directory will
# contain a lot of executable code since *step traditionally likes to
# bundle executables and resources together.
# Traditionally it is /usr/GNUstep/System/Library.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_LIBRARY=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_LIBRARY@

# This is where System headers get installed.  They are the
# library .h headers.
# Traditionally it is /usr/GNUstep/System/Library/Headers.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_HEADERS=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_HEADERS@

# This is where System libraries get installed.  By libraries we mean
# the shared/static object files that you can link into programs.
# Traditionally it is /usr/GNUstep/System/Library/Libraries.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_LIBRARIES=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_LIBRARIES@

# This is where System documentation get installed.  This is known
# not to contain any executable, so we keep it separate.
# Traditionally it is /usr/GNUstep/System/Library/Documentation.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_DOC=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_DOC@

# This is where System man pages get installed.
# Traditionally it is /usr/GNUstep/System/Library/Documentation/man.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_DOC_MAN=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_DOC_MAN@

# This is where System info pages get installed.
# Traditionally it is /usr/GNUstep/System/Library/Documentation/info.
GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_DOC_INFO=@GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_DOC_INFO@


GNUSTEP_NETWORK_APPS=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_APPS@
GNUSTEP_NETWORK_ADMIN_APPS=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_ADMIN_APPS@
GNUSTEP_NETWORK_WEB_APPS=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_WEB_APPS@
GNUSTEP_NETWORK_TOOLS=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_TOOLS@
GNUSTEP_NETWORK_ADMIN_TOOLS=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_ADMIN_TOOLS@
GNUSTEP_NETWORK_LIBRARY=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_LIBRARY@
GNUSTEP_NETWORK_HEADERS=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_HEADERS@
GNUSTEP_NETWORK_LIBRARIES=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_LIBRARIES@
GNUSTEP_NETWORK_DOC=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_DOC@
GNUSTEP_NETWORK_DOC_MAN=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_DOC_MAN@
GNUSTEP_NETWORK_DOC_INFO=@GNUSTEP_NETWORK_DOC_INFO@

GNUSTEP_LOCAL_APPS=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_APPS@
GNUSTEP_LOCAL_ADMIN_APPS=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_ADMIN_APPS@
GNUSTEP_LOCAL_WEB_APPS=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_WEB_APPS@
GNUSTEP_LOCAL_TOOLS=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_TOOLS@
GNUSTEP_LOCAL_ADMIN_TOOLS=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_ADMIN_TOOLS@
GNUSTEP_LOCAL_LIBRARY=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_LIBRARY@
GNUSTEP_LOCAL_HEADERS=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_HEADERS@
GNUSTEP_LOCAL_LIBRARIES=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_LIBRARIES@
GNUSTEP_LOCAL_DOC=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_DOC@
GNUSTEP_LOCAL_DOC_MAN=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_DOC_MAN@
GNUSTEP_LOCAL_DOC_INFO=@GNUSTEP_LOCAL_DOC_INFO@

# Important: settings in the User should normally be relative paths,
# and will be interpreted as relative to the user's directory.  This
# allows each user to have their own domain to install things.  You
# can set them to be absolute, mostly if you want to disable them
# by setting them equal to the ones in the Network domain.
GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_APPS=@GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_APPS@
GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_ADMIN_APPS=@GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_ADMIN_APPS@
GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_WEB_APPS=@GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_WEB_APPS@
GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_TOOLS=@GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_TOOLS@
GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_ADMIN_TOOLS=@GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_ADMIN_TOOLS@
GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_LIBRARY=@GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_LIBRARY@
GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_HEADERS=@GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_HEADERS@
GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_LIBRARIES=@GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_LIBRARIES@
GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_DOC=@GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_DOC@
GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_DOC_MAN=@GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_DOC_MAN@
GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_DOC_INFO=@GNUSTEP_USER_DIR_DOC_INFO@