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# Usepackage Environment Manager 
# Copyright (C) 1995-2015  Jonathan Hogg  <me@jonathanhogg.com>
# 
# This program 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 2 of the License, or 
# (at your option) any later version.   
# 
# This program 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, write to the Free Software 
# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA 
#
#
# Usepackage Sample Configuration File
#
# Format:
#
# 	<packagename> [<arch> [<os> [<release> [<host> [<shell>]]]]]
#          [<= <requires>...] :
#		<setting>[, <setting>...] ;
#
# <packagename>, <arch>, <os>, and <host> may use a restricted shell-style
# pattern matching ('*' for anything, '<pre>*' for prefix, '{<a>,<b>,...}'
# for a choice. <setting>s are of the form '<name>=<value>' or '<name>+=<value>',
# alias <name>=<value> or '<[ ... ]>' - these define, respectively, an 
# environment variable to be set, an element to be added to a path variable,
# an alias to be defined or a section of script to be evaluated directly in
# the shell.
#
# A <value> is either a path list (colon separated) or a literal string in
# double quotes. New-lines are ignored in path lists and in literal strings.
# A path may begin with '~' or '~user' which will be expanded respectively
# to the home directory of the user invoking usepackage or the specified user.
# The optional <requires> list is a comma-separated list of package or
# group names that must be loaded into the environment before this package.
# Whatever you do, DON'T create a mutually dependant loop!
#
# e.g.:
#
#	X : PATH+=/usr/X11/bin, LD_LIBRARY_PATH+=/usr/X11/lib ;
#	frib * * * mymachine : PATH+=/special/frib/bin ;
#	frib sun4* : PATH+=/usr/local/frib/bin/sun4 ;
#	frib alpha : PATH+=/usr/local/frib/bin/alpha ;
#	cvs <= gnu : CVSROOT=/usr/local/src/cvsroot ;
#       frob : <[ /usr/local/frob/bin/frob-init ]> ;
#
# NOTE: Sun SPARCs identify themselves as 'sun4m' or 'sun4c' not 'sun4',
#       so use 'sun4*' to match both.
#
# Package matching is done sequentially through the file and _every_ record
# that matches will be added to the environment. Path additions (+=) are
# made to the head of a path list and duplicates are removed from the tail.
# Matches are case insensitive.
#
#
# Groups format:
#
#	<groupname> := <packagename>[, <packagename>...] ;
#
# No pattern matching is available for <groupname> or <packagename>. Groups
# cannot reference other groups, only packages. Names are case insensitive.
#
# E.g.:
#
#	standard-user-settings := standard, X, TeX ;
#	openwin-user-settings := standard, OpenWin, TeX ;
#
#
# Annotations:
#
#	>> name : "..." <<
#
# Annotations are used to document packages. The name and description of
# each package should be given. These are listed with the '-l' option of
# usepackage.
#


### Basic groups: ###

X11-user := site, system, X11 ;


### Empty path: ###

>> none : "empty paths" <<

none :				PATH = "",
				MANPATH = "",
				INFOPATH = "",
				LD_LIBRARY_PATH = "" ;
none * Darwin :			DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH = "" ;


### If you absolutely insist on such a security hole: ###

>> dot : "add current directory to PATH (possible security hole)" <<

dot :				PATH =+ . ;


### Standard things that everyone should have: ###

>> system : "normal system paths" <<

system :			PATH += /usr/bin:/bin,
				MANPATH += /usr/man,
				INFOPATH += /usr/share/info,
				LD_LIBRARY_PATH += /usr/lib:/lib ;
system * Darwin :		DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH += /usr/lib ;
system * SunOS 5.* :		PATH += /usr/ccs/bin,
				LD_LIBRARY_PATH += /usr/ccs/lib ;

>> site : "site installed commands" <<

site :				PATH += /usr/local/bin,
				MANPATH += /usr/local/man,
				INFOPATH += /usr/local/share/info,
				LD_LIBRARY_PATH += /usr/local/lib ;
site * Darwin :			DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH += /usr/local/lib ;

# Neglect not the Berkelian way...

>> bsd : "Sun Berkeley UNIX style commands" <<

bsd * SunOS :			PATH += /usr/ucb,
				LD_LIBRARY_PATH += /usr/ucblib ;

# System administration binaries

>> sysadm : "system administration commands" <<

sysadm :			PATH += /usr/local/sbin:/usr/sbin:/sbin ;

# X binaries etc

>> X11:	"locally installed X11R6 distribution" <<

X11 :			PATH += /usr/X11R6/bin,
			MANPATH += /usr/X11R6/man,
			LD_LIBRARY_PATH += /usr/X11R6/lib,
			XFILESEARCHPATH += /usr/X11R6/lib/%T/%N%S ;
X11 * Darwin :		DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH += /usr/X11R6/lib ;


### Include user's own packages information: ###

(include ~/.packages)