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/* Hey Emacs, this is -*- C -*- code!  */
/* epaths.in file for MS-Windows build that uses the configure script.

   Since Emacs on Windows must be relocatable to any directory, it
   cannot have here hard-coded directories determined at configure
   time.  Therefore, each directory must begin with %emacs_dir%, which
   is resolved at startup to the root of the Emacs installation tree
   (see w32.c:init_environment).

   This file is edited at configure time to replace @VER@ by the Emacs
   version being built (e.g., 25.9.77), @CFG@ by the canonical name of
   the host system (e.g., i686-pc-mingw32), and @SRC@ by the root of
   the Emacs source tree used to build Emacs.  */
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Copyright (C) 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001-2020 Free Software
Foundation, Inc.
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This file is part of GNU Emacs.

GNU Emacs 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 Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
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along with GNU Emacs.  If not, see <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.  */
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/* Together with PATH_SITELOADSEARCH, this gives the default value of
   load-path, which is the search path for the Lisp function "load".
   Configure (using "make epaths-force") sets this to
   ${standardlisppath}, which typically has a value like:
   <datadir>/emacs/VERSION/lisp where datadir is eg /usr/local/share.
#define PATH_LOADSEARCH "%emacs_dir%/share/emacs/@VER@/lisp"
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/* Like PATH_LOADSEARCH, but contains the non-standard pieces.
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   These are the site-lisp directories.  Configure sets this to
   ${locallisppath}, which typically defaults to something like:
   but can be overridden by the --enable-locallisppath argument.
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   This is combined with PATH_LOADSEARCH to make the default load-path.
   If the --no-site-lisp option is used, this piece is excluded.
#define PATH_SITELOADSEARCH "%emacs_dir%/share/emacs/@VER@/site-lisp;%emacs_dir%/share/emacs/site-lisp"
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/* Like PATH_LOADSEARCH, but used only during the build process
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   when Emacs is dumping.  Configure (using "make epaths-force-w32") sets
   this to $buildlisppath, which normally has the value: <srcdir>/lisp.
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/* The extra search path for programs to invoke.  This is appended to
   whatever the PATH environment variable says to set the Lisp
   variable exec-path and the first file name in it sets the Lisp
   variable exec-directory.  exec-directory is used for finding
   executables and other architecture-dependent files.  */
#define PATH_EXEC "%emacs_dir%/libexec/emacs/@VER@/@CFG@"

/* Where Emacs should look for its architecture-independent data
   files, like the NEWS file.  The lisp variable data-directory
   is set to this value.  */
#define PATH_DATA "%emacs_dir%/share/emacs/@VER@/etc"

/* Where Emacs should look for X bitmap files.
   The lisp variable x-bitmap-file-path is set based on this value.  */
#define PATH_BITMAPS ""

/* Where Emacs should look for its docstring file.  The lisp variable
   doc-directory is set to this value.  */
#define PATH_DOC "%emacs_dir%/share/emacs/@VER@/etc"

/* Where the configuration process believes the info tree lives.  The
   lisp variable configure-info-directory gets its value from this
   macro, and is then used to set the Info-default-directory-list.  */
#define PATH_INFO "%emacs_dir%/share/info"

/* Where Emacs should store game score files.  */
#define PATH_GAME "%emacs_dir%/var/games/emacs"

/* Where Emacs should look for the application default file. */
#define PATH_X_DEFAULTS ""