File: DEPENDENCIES

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The following binaries are expected by GXedit to be into your PATH. Note
that this is important to prevent trojan versions of those programs to
be used instead of the real programs. It's usualy not a problem since 
all Unix distributions that I know of comes with them. They are usualy
in /usr/bin or /bin and can be located with the 'whereis' or 'which'
programs.

awk (scripting)
sed (scripting)
say (only if you need audio; comes with GXedit)
cat
wc
sh
diff
sort
ispell (spell checking)
xterm
/usr/X11R6/bin/xterm
who
cp
rm
/usr/bin/emacs (links)
/usr/local/bin/netscape (links)
/usr/bin/vi (links)
cal
grep
/usr/games/fortune (fortune on start option)
write (for messages)
/bin/des (for encryption only; see Help)
/bin/idea (for encryption only; see Help)
xproc (comes with GXedit)

Also the default config assumes the following:

gzip
xfm
xv