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/* GNU Emacs site configuration template file.  -*- C -*-
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   Copyright (C) 1988 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

This file is part of GNU Emacs.

GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY.  No author or distributor
accepts responsibility to anyone for the consequences of using it
or for whether it serves any particular purpose or works at all,
unless he says so in writing.  Refer to the GNU Emacs General Public
License for full details.

Everyone is granted permission to copy, modify and redistribute
GNU Emacs, but only under the conditions described in the
GNU Emacs General Public License.   A copy of this license is
supposed to have been given to you along with GNU Emacs so you
can know your rights and responsibilities.  It should be in a
file named COPYING.  Among other things, the copyright notice
and this notice must be preserved on all copies.  */



/* Define HAVE_X_WINDOWS if you want to use the X window system.  */
/* #define HAVE_X_WINDOWS */

/* Define HAVE_X11 if you want to use version 11 of X windows.
   Otherwise, Emacs expects to use version 10.  */
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/* #define HAVE_X11 */
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/* Define HAVE_X_MENU if you want to use the X window menu system.
   This appears to work on some machines that support X
   and not on others.  */
/* #define HAVE_X_MENU */

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/* If we're using any sort of window system, define MULTI_FRAME.  */
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#ifdef HAVE_X_WINDOWS
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#define MULTI_FRAME
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#endif

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/* Define USE_TEXT_PROPERTIES to support visual and other properties
   on text. */
/* #define USE_TEXT_PROPERTIES */

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/* Define USER_FULL_NAME to return a string
   that is the user's full name.
   It can assume that the variable `pw'
   points to the password file entry for this user.

   At some sites, the pw_gecos field contains
   the user's full name.  If neither this nor any other
   field contains the right thing, use pw_name,
   giving the user's login name, since that is better than nothing.  */

#define USER_FULL_NAME pw->pw_gecos

/* Define AMPERSAND_FULL_NAME if you use the convention
   that & in the full name stands for the login id.  */

/* #define AMPERSAND_FULL_NAME */

/* Define LISP_FLOAT_TYPE if you want emacs to support floating-point
   numbers. */
/* #define LISP_FLOAT_TYPE */

/* Define GNU_MALLOC if you want to use the *new* GNU memory allocator. */
/* #define GNU_MALLOC */

/* Define REL_ALLOC if you want to use the relocating allocator for
   buffer space. */
/* #define REL_ALLOC */
  
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/* Define this macro if you want to use 16-bit GLYPHs.  Currently this
   option isn't terribly useful (the current distribution doesn't
   support large characters in buffer text), so the configuration
   script doesn't provide an option to select it.

   A character is displayed on a given terminal by means of a sequence
   of one or more GLYPHs.  A GLYPH is something that takes up exactly
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   one display position on the frame.
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   Emacs can use 8-bit or 16-bit values to represent GLYPHs.  Under X
   windows, 16-bit GLYPHs allow you to display characters from fonts
   too large to be indexed by 8 bits alone, but drawing with 16-bit GLYPHs 
   is usually quite a bit slower than drawing with 8-bit GLYPHs.  */
/* #define GLYPH_16_BIT */

#ifdef GLYPH_16_BIT
#define GLYPH unsigned short
#else
#define GLYPH unsigned char
#endif
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/* If using GNU, then support inline function declarations. */
#ifdef __GNUC__
#define INLINE __inline__
#else
#define INLINE
#endif

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/* The configuration script replaces the string @opsystem@ with the
   name of the s/*.h file that describes the system type you are
   using; an option of the form "-opsystem=OPSYS" says to use
   "s/OPSYS.h".  See the file ../etc/MACHINES for a list of systems
   and the -opsystem flags to use for them.
   See s/template.h for documentation on writing s/*.h files.  */
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#include "@opsystem@"

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/* The configuration script replaces the string @machine@ with the
   name of the m/*.h file that describes the machine you are
   using; an option of the form "-machine=MACH" says to use
   "m/MACH.h".  See the file ../etc/MACHINES for a list of machines
   and the -machine flags to use for them.
   See m/template.h for documentation on writing m/*.h files.  */
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#include "@machine@"

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/* Some s- files may define SYSTEM_MALLOC, in which case make sure
   we don't use REL_ALLOC. */

#ifdef SYSTEM_MALLOC
#ifdef GNU_MALLOC
#undef GNU_MALLOC
#ifdef REL_ALLOC
#undef REL_ALLOC
#endif
#endif
#endif

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/* Load in the conversion definitions if this system
   needs them and the source file being compiled has not
   said to inhibit this.  There should be no need for you
   to alter these lines.  */

#ifdef SHORTNAMES
#ifndef NO_SHORTNAMES
#include "../shortnames/remap.h"
#endif /* not NO_SHORTNAMES */
#endif /* SHORTNAMES */

/* Define `subprocesses' should be defined if you want to
   have code for asynchronous subprocesses
   (as used in M-x compile and M-x shell).
   These do not work for some USG systems yet;
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   for the ones where they work, the s/*.h file defines this flag.  */
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#ifndef VMS
#ifndef USG
/* #define subprocesses */
#endif
#endif

/* Define LD_SWITCH_SITE to contain any special flags your loader may
   need.  For instance, if you've defined HAVE_X_WINDOWS above and your
   X libraries aren't in a place that your loader can find on its own,
   you might want to add "-L/..." or something similar.  */
/* #define LD_SWITCH_SITE */

/* Define C_SWITCH_SITE to contain any special flags your compiler may
   need.  For instance, if you've defined HAVE_X_WINDOWS above and your
   X include files aren't in a place that your compiler can find on its
   own, you might want to add "-I/..." or something similar.  */
/* #define C_SWITCH_SITE */

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/* Define the return type of signal handlers if the s-xxx file
   did not already do so.  */
#ifndef SIGTYPE
#define SIGTYPE void
#endif