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#
# Generated automatically from man.config.in by the
# configure script.
#
# man.config
#
# This file is read by man to configure the default manpath (also used
# when MANPATH contains an empty substring), to find out where the cat
# pages corresponding to given man pages should be stored,
# and to map each PATH element to a manpath element.
# It may also record the pathname of the man binary. [This is unused.]
# The format is:
#
# MANBIN		pathname
# MANPATH		manpath_element	[corresponding_catdir]
# MANPATH_MAP		path_element	manpath_element
#
# If no catdir is given, it is assumed to be equal to the mandir
# (so that this dir has both man1 etc. and cat1 etc. subdirs).
# Certain versions of the FSSTND recommend putting formatted versions
# of /usr/foopath/man/manx/page.x into /var/catman/foopath/catx/page.x.
# The keyword FSSTND will enable this peculiar behaviour.
# Explicitly given catdirs override.
#
FSSTND
#
# This file is also read by man in order to find how to call nroff, less, etc.,
# and to determine the correspondence between extensions and decompressors.
#
# MANBIN		/usr/local/bin/man
#
# Every automatically generated MANPATH includes these fields
#
MANPATH	/usr/man
MANPATH	/usr/local/man
MANPATH	/usr/X11R6/man
MANPATH	/opt/man
#
# Set up PATH to MANPATH mapping
#
# (these mappings are superfluous when the right hand side is
# in the mandatory manpath already, but will keep man from statting
# lots of other nearby files and directories)
#
MANPATH_MAP	/bin			/usr/man
MANPATH_MAP	/sbin			/usr/man
MANPATH_MAP	/usr/bin		/usr/man
MANPATH_MAP	/opt/bin		/opt/man
MANPATH_MAP	/usr/local/bin		/usr/local/man
MANPATH_MAP	/usr/X11R6/bin		/usr/X11R6/man
MANPATH_MAP	/usr/bin/X11		/usr/X11R6/man
MANPATH_MAP	/usr/bin/mh		/usr/man
#
# Useful paths - note that COL should not be defined when
# NROFF is defined as "groff -Tascii" or "groff -Tlatin1";
# not only is it superfluous, but it actually damages the output.
#
TROFF		/usr/bin/groff -Tps -mandoc
NROFF		/usr/bin/groff -Tascii -mandoc
EQN		/usr/bin/geqn -Tps
NEQN		/usr/bin/geqn -Tascii
TBL		/usr/bin/gtbl
# COL		/usr/bin/col
REFER		/usr/bin/grefer
PIC		/usr/bin/gpic
VGRIND		
GRAP		
PAGER		/usr/bin/less -is
CAT		/bin/cat
#
# The command "man -a xyzzy" will show all man pages for xyzzy.
# When CMP is defined man will try to avoid showing the same
# text twice.
#
CMP		/usr/bin/cmp -s
#
# Compress cat pages
#
COMPRESS	/bin/gzip
COMPRESS_EXT	.gz
#
# Default manual sections (and order) to search if -S is not specified
# and the MANSECT environment variable is not set.
#
MANSECT		1:2:3:4:5:6:7:8:9:tcl:n:l:p:o
#
# Decompress with given decompressor when input file has given extension
# The command given must act as a filter.
#
.gz		/bin/gunzip -c
.z		/bin/gunzip -c
.Z		/bin/zcat
.F		
.Y