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# paths - Paths for inetutils
# Copyright (C) 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,
# 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
# Free Software Foundation, Inc.
#
# This file is part of GNU Inetutils.
#
# GNU Inetutils is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at
# your option) any later version.
#
# GNU Inetutils is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
# WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
# General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with this program.  If not, see `http://www.gnu.org/licenses/'.

# This file describes how to set various paths used by programs in inetutils.
#
# The rules determining what a given PATH_FOO expands to, are these:
#  (1) If the user specifies --with-path-foo, that value is used.
#  (2) If _PATH_FOO is defined in <paths.h>, that value is used.
#  (3) The lines below are consulted.  They are whitespace-separated
#      lists of things to try, in order.  The various sorts of entries are:
#
#       "value" -- If a file VALUE exists, use VALUE; if no default yet, set
#		   it to VALUE.	 If VALUE begins with a make-variable of the
#		   form `$(NAME)' and a corresponding shell-variable $NAME
#		   exists at configure time, the value of $NAME is substituted
#		   for the $(NAME) for testing (but not substitution) purposes.
#	test:T	-- Use `test -T' to test for file existance.
#	x	-- The same as test:x
#	d       -- The same as test:d
#	c	-- The same as test:c
#	b	-- The same as test:b
#	<ach.h>:SYMBOL
#		-- If SYMBOL is defined in <ack.h>, use SYMBOL.
#       <ack.h> -- The same as <ack.h>:_PATH_FOO
#       search:NAME:PATH
#		-- Search for NAME in the colon-separated path PATH, and use
#		   the first thing found; if the `:PATH' is omitted, it
#		   uses the environment variable $PATH.
#	no	-- Set the default to `no' (even if there already is a default).
#	FILE	-- The same as "FILE" (the quoted syntax only need be used if
#		   the contents could match one of the special syntaxes).
#
#      If cross-compiling then every file-existance test is made to fail
#      (regardless of what exists on the compilation system), forcing
#      defaults to be used for paths not defined in any header file.  A
#      warning message is printed by configure in this case, as the user may
#      have to define many paths by hand.
#
#      If none of the things in the list matches a real file, the default is
#      used, or `no' if there is none (this means that no path may ever have
#      the value `no', but that's probably not a severe problem).
#
#  (4) If the resulting value is the string `no', then PATH_FOO is never
#      defined by any method. (Programs that use it should check that the
#      symbol is defined before using it).
#
# Programs wanting to use a particular path PATH_FOO should:
#  (1) Add the make variable $(PATHDEF_FOO) to CPPFLAGS while compiling. (This
#      expands either into either -D... for the path variable, or nothing.)
#  (2) Include any appropriate headers to match <header.h> entries below.
#

PATH_BSHELL	x $(bindir)/sh search:sh
PATH_CONSOLE	c /dev/console
PATH_CP		x $(bindir)/cp search:cp
PATH_DEFPATH	"$(bindir):/usr/bin:/bin"
PATH_DEV	d /dev/
# PATH_TTY_PFX is a prefix that's removed to get a tty device's name
PATH_TTY_PFX	<paths.h>:_PATH_DEV d /dev/
PATH_DEVNULL	c /dev/null
PATH_FTPLOGINMESG /etc/motd
PATH_FTPUSERS	$(sysconfdir)/ftpusers
PATH_FTPCHROOT	$(sysconfdir)/ftpchroot
PATH_FTPWELCOME $(sysconfdir)/ftpwelcome
PATH_FTPDPID	$(localstatedir)/run/ftpd.pid
PATH_INETDCONF	$(sysconfdir)/inetd.conf
PATH_INETDDIR	$(sysconfdir)/inetd.d
PATH_INETDPID	$(localstatedir)/run/inetd.pid
PATH_UTMP	<utmp.h> <utmp.h>:UTMP_FILE $(localstatedir)/run/utmp search:utmp:/var/run:/var/adm:/etc "/var/run/utx.active"
PATH_UTMPX	<utmpx.h> <utmpx.h>:UTMPX_FILE $(localstatedir)/run/utmpx search:utmpx:/var/run:/var/adm:/etc "/var/run/utx.active"
PATH_WTMP	<utmp.h> <utmp.h>:WTMP_FILE $(localstatedir)/log/wtmp search:wtmp:/var/log:/var/adm:/etc "/var/log/utx.log"
PATH_WTMPX	<utmpx.h> <utmpx.h>:WTMPX_FILE $(localstatedir)/log/wtmpx search:wtmpx:/var/log:/var/adm:/etc "/var/log/utx.log"
PATH_LASTLOG	<utmp.h> $(localstatedir)/log/lastlog search:lastlog:/var/log:/var/adm:/etc "/var/log/utx.lastlogin"
PATH_LOG	<syslog.h> /dev/log
PATH_KLOG	<syslog.h> /dev/klog no
PATH_LOGCONF	$(sysconfdir)/syslog.conf
PATH_LOGCONFD	$(sysconfdir)/syslog.d
PATH_LOGIN	x $(bindir)/login search:login
PATH_LOGPID	$(localstatedir)/run/syslog.pid
PATH_NOLOGIN	/etc/nologin
PATH_RLOGIN	x $(bindir)/rlogin
PATH_RSH	x $(bindir)/rsh
PATH_TMP	d /tmp/
PATH_TTY	c /dev/tty
PATH_UUCICO	x $(libexecdir)/uucp/uucico search:uucp/uucico:/usr/libexec:/usr/lib:/usr/etc:/etc
PATH_HEQUIV	<netdb.h> /etc/hosts.equiv $(sysconfdir)/hosts.equiv
PATH_PROCNET_DEV /proc/net/dev no