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revision 593 by johnpye, Thu May 11 03:10:43 2006 UTC revision 594 by johnpye, Fri May 12 11:10:34 2006 UTC
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9  #define ASC_DATADIR "@INSTALL_DATA@"  #define ASC_DATADIR "@INSTALL_DATA@"
10    
11  /*  /*
12      This is the location of the 'dist dir' relative to the location of the      This is the location of the 'dist dir' relative to the location of the
13      running executable. When ASC_RELATIVE_PATHS is set, this will be used to      running executable. When ASC_RELATIVE_PATHS is set, this will be used to
14      guess the location for ASCEND's data files. A good value is      guess the location for ASCEND's data files. A good value is
15    
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21  */  */
22  #define ASC_DISTDIR_REL_BIN "@ASC_DISTDIR_REL_BIN@"  #define ASC_DISTDIR_REL_BIN "@ASC_DISTDIR_REL_BIN@"
23    
24    
25    /*
26        This variable determines whether you want an 'application folder' style
27        installation, or whether you want ASCEND's data files to be referenced
28        using absolute paths.
29    
30        For a discussion of this, see
31        http://linux.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=04/04/03/174249
32    
33        At present, the only place this has any effect is in the Tcl/Tk
34        interface, in Driver.c's choices for default values of non-specified
35        environment variables.
36    */
37  #define ASC_RELATIVE_PATHS  #define ASC_RELATIVE_PATHS
38    
39    
40  /*  /*
41      This is the default location of the tcl/tk scripts. $AAAAA environment      This is the default location of the tcl/tk scripts. $AAAAA environment
42      variables will be expanded at runtime, so a good value for example is      variables will be expanded at runtime, so a good value for example is
43        
44      $ASCENDDIST/TK      $ASCENDDIST/TK
45  */  */
46  #define ASC_ENV_TK_DEFAULT "@ASC_ENV_TK_DEFAULT@"  #define ASC_ENV_TK_DEFAULT "@ASC_ENV_TK_DEFAULT@"
47    
48    
49    /*
50        Whether to use xterm colours when writing 'error.h' output, eg
51        'ERROR' in red, etc. If not defined, colour will never be used.
52        If defined, colour will be used any time the the TERM environment
53        variable is set to 'xterm' or 'msys'. MSYS uses the 'rxvt' console,
54        which knows about xterm colour codes.
55    */
56    #if @ASC_XTERM_COLORS@
57    # define ASC_XTERM_COLORS
58    #endif
59    
60  /*  /*
61      The following are the environment variables ASCEND requires.      The following are the environment variables ASCEND requires.
62      If the user does not have the ASC_ENV_DIST set in his or her      If the user does not have the ASC_ENV_DIST set in his or her

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