Commit 17e0445b authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris

Empty elements in EMACSLOADPATH now stand for the default

* src/lread.c (load_path_check): Take path to check as argument.
(load_path_default): New, split from init_lread.
(init_lread): Move calc of default load-path to load_path_default.
Empty elements in EMACSLOADPATH now stand for the default.
(load-path): Doc fix.

* src/emacs.c (decode_env_path): Add option to treat empty elements
as nil rather than ".".

* src/callproc.c (init_callproc_1, init_callproc):
* src/image.c (Vx_bitmap_file_path):
* src/lisp.h (decode_env_path):
* lread.c (Vsource_directory):
Update for new argument spec of decode_env_path.

* leim/Makefile.in (RUN_EMACS): Empty EMACSLOADPATH rather than unsetting.

* lisp/Makefile.in (emacs): Empty EMACSLOADPATH rather than unsetting.

* test/automated/Makefile.in (emacs):
Empty EMACSLOADPATH rather than unsetting.

* doc/emacs/cmdargs.texi (General Variables):
Empty elements in EMACSLOADPATH now mean the default load-path.

* doc/lispref/loading.texi (Library Search):
Empty elements in EMACSLOADPATH now mean the default load-path.

* etc/NEWS: Mention this.

Fixes: debbugs:12100
parent 72648ef2
2013-11-23 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* cmdargs.texi (General Variables):
Empty elements in EMACSLOADPATH now mean the default load-path.
2013-11-21 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* cmdargs.texi (Action Arguments): Use path-separator with -L.
......
......@@ -455,13 +455,16 @@ This is used to initialize the variable @code{data-directory}.
Directory for the documentation string file, which is used to
initialize the Lisp variable @code{doc-directory}.
@item EMACSLOADPATH
A colon-separated list of directories@footnote{ Here and below,
A colon-separated list of directories@footnote{Here and below,
whenever we say ``colon-separated list of directories'', it pertains
to Unix and GNU/Linux systems. On MS-DOS and MS-Windows, the
directories are separated by semi-colons instead, since DOS/Windows
file names might include a colon after a drive letter.} to search for
Emacs Lisp files. If set, it overrides the usual initial value of the
@code{load-path} variable (@pxref{Lisp Libraries}).
file names might include a colon after a drive letter.} to search for
Emacs Lisp files. If set, it modifies the usual initial value of the
@code{load-path} variable (@pxref{Lisp Libraries}). An empty element
stands for the default value of @code{load-path}; e.g., using
@samp{EMACSLOADPATH="/tmp:"} adds @file{/tmp} to the front of
the default @code{load-path}.
@item EMACSPATH
A colon-separated list of directories to search for executable files.
If set, Emacs uses this in addition to @env{PATH} (see below) when
......
2013-11-23 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* loading.texi (Library Search):
Empty elements in EMACSLOADPATH now mean the default load-path.
2013-11-22 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* loading.texi (Library Search): Minor clarification.
......
......@@ -310,25 +310,34 @@ directories, if they exist. Normally these directories do not contain
@file{site-lisp} directories.)
@cindex @env{EMACSLOADPATH} environment variable
If the environment variable @env{EMACSLOADPATH} is set, it overrides
the above initialization procedure. That is, Emacs initializes
@code{load-path} based solely on the value of the environment
variable. You must therefore include the directory containing the
standard Lisp files, else Emacs will not function. In most
situations, it is better to use the @option{-L} command-line option
(see below) to add elements to @code{load-path}.
If the environment variable @env{EMACSLOADPATH} is set, it modifies
the above initialization procedure. Emacs initializes
@code{load-path} based on the value of the environment variable.
The syntax of @env{EMACSLOADPATH} is the same as used for @code{PATH};
directory names are separated by @samp{:} (or @samp{;}, on some
operating systems), and @samp{.} stands for the current default
directory. Here is an example of how to set @env{EMACSLOADPATH}
variable (from a @command{sh}-style shell):
operating systems).
@ignore
@c AFAICS, does not (yet) work right to specify non-absolute elements.
and @samp{.} stands for the current default directory.
@end ignore
Here is an example of how to set @env{EMACSLOADPATH} variable (from a
@command{sh}-style shell):
@example
export EMACSLOADPATH
EMACSLOADPATH=/home/foo/.emacs.d/lisp:/usr/local/emacs/24.3/lisp
export EMACSLOADPATH=/home/foo/.emacs.d/lisp:
@end example
An empty element in the value of the environment variable, whether
trailing (as in the above example), leading, or embedded, is replaced
by the default value of @code{load-path} as determined by the standard
initialization procedure. If there are no such empty elements, then
@env{EMACSLOADPATH} specifies the entire @code{load-path}. You must
include either an empty element, or the explicit path to the directory
containing the standard Lisp files, else Emacs will not function.
(Another way to modify @code{load-path} is to use the @option{-L}
command-line option when starting Emacs; see below.)
For each directory in @code{load-path}, Emacs then checks to see if
it contains a file @file{subdirs.el}, and if so, loads it. The
@file{subdirs.el} file is created when Emacs is built/installed,
......
......@@ -62,6 +62,16 @@ To use the old backend by default, do on the command line:
* Startup Changes in Emacs 24.4
+++
** When initializing `load-path', an empty element in the EMACSLOADPATH
environment variable (either leading, e.g., ":/foo"; trailing, e.g.,
"/foo:"; or embedded, e.g., "/foo::/bar") is replaced with the default
load-path (the one that would have been used if EMACSLOADPATH was unset).
This makes it easier to _extend_ the load-path via EMACSLOADPATH
(previously, EMACSLOADPATH had to specify the complete load-path,
including the defaults). (In older versions of Emacs, an empty element
was replaced by ".", so use an explicit "." now if that is what you want.)
+++
** The -L option, which normally prepends its argument to load-path,
will instead append, if the argument begins with `:' (or `;' on MS Windows;
......
2013-11-23 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* Makefile.in (RUN_EMACS): Empty EMACSLOADPATH rather than unsetting.
2013-11-04 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* Makefile.in (RUN_EMACS): Don't set LC_ALL=C. (Bug#15260)
......
......@@ -32,8 +32,7 @@ EMACS = ../src/emacs
# How to run Emacs.
# Prevent any setting of EMACSLOADPATH in user environment causing problems.
RUN_EMACS = unset EMACSLOADPATH; "${EMACS}" -batch \
--no-site-file --no-site-lisp
RUN_EMACS = EMACSLOADPATH= "${EMACS}" -batch --no-site-file --no-site-lisp
MKDIR_P = @MKDIR_P@
......
2013-11-23 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* Makefile.in (emacs): Empty EMACSLOADPATH rather than unsetting.
2013-11-22 Leo Liu <sdl.web@gmail.com>
* progmodes/octave.el (inferior-octave-startup): Spit out error
......
......@@ -106,7 +106,7 @@ COMPILE_FIRST = \
# The actual Emacs command run in the targets below.
# Prevent any setting of EMACSLOADPATH in user environment causing problems.
emacs = unset EMACSLOADPATH; "$(EMACS)" $(EMACSOPT)
emacs = EMACSLOADPATH= "$(EMACS)" $(EMACSOPT)
# Common command to find subdirectories
setwins=for file in `find . -type d -print`; do \
......
2013-11-23 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
Empty elements in EMACSLOADPATH stand for the default. (Bug#12100)
* lread.c (load_path_check): Take path to check as argument.
(load_path_default): New, split from init_lread.
(init_lread): Move calc of default load-path to load_path_default.
Empty elements in EMACSLOADPATH now stand for the default.
(load-path): Doc fix.
* emacs.c (decode_env_path): Add option to treat empty elements
as nil rather than ".".
* callproc.c (init_callproc_1, init_callproc):
* image.c (Vx_bitmap_file_path):
* lisp.h (decode_env_path):
* lread.c (Vsource_directory):
Update for new argument spec of decode_env_path.
2013-11-22 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* bidi.c (bidi_find_paragraph_start): Limit the returned positions
......
/* Synchronous subprocess invocation for GNU Emacs.
Copyright (C) 1985-1988, 1993-1995, 1999-2013
Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Copyright (C) 1985-1988, 1993-1995, 1999-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU Emacs.
......@@ -1520,14 +1520,14 @@ init_callproc_1 (void)
#ifdef HAVE_NS
etc_dir ? etc_dir :
#endif
PATH_DATA);
PATH_DATA, 0);
Vdata_directory = Ffile_name_as_directory (Fcar (Vdata_directory));
Vdoc_directory = decode_env_path ("EMACSDOC",
#ifdef HAVE_NS
etc_dir ? etc_dir :
#endif
PATH_DOC);
PATH_DOC, 0);
Vdoc_directory = Ffile_name_as_directory (Fcar (Vdoc_directory));
/* Check the EMACSPATH environment variable, defaulting to the
......@@ -1536,10 +1536,10 @@ init_callproc_1 (void)
#ifdef HAVE_NS
path_exec ? path_exec :
#endif
PATH_EXEC);
PATH_EXEC, 0);
Vexec_directory = Ffile_name_as_directory (Fcar (Vexec_path));
/* FIXME? For ns, path_exec should go at the front? */
Vexec_path = nconc2 (decode_env_path ("PATH", ""), Vexec_path);
Vexec_path = nconc2 (decode_env_path ("PATH", "", 0), Vexec_path);
}
/* This is run after init_cmdargs, when Vinstallation_directory is valid. */
......@@ -1580,9 +1580,9 @@ init_callproc (void)
#ifdef HAVE_NS
path_exec ? path_exec :
#endif
PATH_EXEC);
PATH_EXEC, 0);
Vexec_path = Fcons (tem, Vexec_path);
Vexec_path = nconc2 (decode_env_path ("PATH", ""), Vexec_path);
Vexec_path = nconc2 (decode_env_path ("PATH", "", 0), Vexec_path);
}
Vexec_directory = Ffile_name_as_directory (tem);
......
......@@ -2167,10 +2167,13 @@ synchronize_system_messages_locale (void)
Lisp_Object
decode_env_path (const char *evarname, const char *defalt)
decode_env_path (const char *evarname, const char *defalt, bool empty)
{
const char *path, *p;
Lisp_Object lpath, element, tem;
/* Default is to use "." for empty path elements.
But if argument EMPTY is true, use nil instead. */
Lisp_Object empty_element = empty ? Qnil : build_string (".");
#ifdef WINDOWSNT
bool defaulted = 0;
const char *emacs_dir = egetenv ("emacs_dir");
......@@ -2209,34 +2212,38 @@ decode_env_path (const char *evarname, const char *defalt)
if (!p)
p = path + strlen (path);
element = (p - path ? make_unibyte_string (path, p - path)
: build_string ("."));
: empty_element);
if (! NILP (element))
{
#ifdef WINDOWSNT
/* Relative file names in the default path are interpreted as
being relative to $emacs_dir. */
if (emacs_dir && defaulted
&& strncmp (path, emacs_dir_env, emacs_dir_len) == 0)
element = Fexpand_file_name (Fsubstring (element,
make_number (emacs_dir_len),
Qnil),
build_unibyte_string (emacs_dir));
#endif
/* Add /: to the front of the name
if it would otherwise be treated as magic. */
tem = Ffind_file_name_handler (element, Qt);
/* However, if the handler says "I'm safe",
don't bother adding /:. */
if (SYMBOLP (tem))
{
Lisp_Object prop;
prop = Fget (tem, intern ("safe-magic"));
if (! NILP (prop))
tem = Qnil;
}
/* Relative file names in the default path are interpreted as
being relative to $emacs_dir. */
if (emacs_dir && defaulted
&& strncmp (path, emacs_dir_env, emacs_dir_len) == 0)
element = Fexpand_file_name (Fsubstring
(element,
make_number (emacs_dir_len),
Qnil),
build_unibyte_string (emacs_dir));
#endif
/* Add /: to the front of the name
if it would otherwise be treated as magic. */
tem = Ffind_file_name_handler (element, Qt);
/* However, if the handler says "I'm safe",
don't bother adding /:. */
if (SYMBOLP (tem))
{
Lisp_Object prop;
prop = Fget (tem, intern ("safe-magic"));
if (! NILP (prop))
tem = Qnil;
}
if (! NILP (tem))
element = concat2 (build_string ("/:"), element);
if (! NILP (tem))
element = concat2 (build_string ("/:"), element);
} /* !NILP (element) */
lpath = Fcons (element, lpath);
if (*p)
......
......@@ -9502,7 +9502,7 @@ A cross is always drawn on black & white displays. */);
DEFVAR_LISP ("x-bitmap-file-path", Vx_bitmap_file_path,
doc: /* List of directories to search for window system bitmap files. */);
Vx_bitmap_file_path = decode_env_path (0, PATH_BITMAPS);
Vx_bitmap_file_path = decode_env_path (0, PATH_BITMAPS, 0);
DEFVAR_LISP ("image-cache-eviction-delay", Vimage_cache_eviction_delay,
doc: /* Maximum time after which images are removed from the cache.
......
/* Fundamental definitions for GNU Emacs Lisp interpreter.
Copyright (C) 1985-1987, 1993-1995, 1997-2013 Free Software Foundation,
Inc.
Copyright (C) 1985-1987, 1993-1995, 1997-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU Emacs.
......@@ -4058,7 +4057,7 @@ extern int initial_argc;
#if defined (HAVE_X_WINDOWS) || defined (HAVE_NS)
extern bool display_arg;
#endif
extern Lisp_Object decode_env_path (const char *, const char *);
extern Lisp_Object decode_env_path (const char *, const char *, bool);
extern Lisp_Object empty_unibyte_string, empty_multibyte_string;
extern Lisp_Object Qfile_name_handler_alist;
extern _Noreturn void terminate_due_to_signal (int, int);
......
/* Lisp parsing and input streams.
Copyright (C) 1985-1989, 1993-1995, 1997-2013 Free Software Foundation,
Inc.
Copyright (C) 1985-1989, 1993-1995, 1997-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU Emacs.
......@@ -4106,17 +4105,17 @@ defvar_kboard (struct Lisp_Kboard_Objfwd *ko_fwd,
SET_SYMBOL_FWD (XSYMBOL (sym), (union Lisp_Fwd *)ko_fwd);
}
/* Check that the elements of Vload_path exist. */
/* Check that the elements of lpath exist. */
static void
load_path_check (void)
load_path_check (Lisp_Object lpath)
{
Lisp_Object path_tail;
/* The only elements that might not exist are those from
PATH_LOADSEARCH, EMACSLOADPATH. Anything else is only added if
it exists. */
for (path_tail = Vload_path; !NILP (path_tail); path_tail = XCDR (path_tail))
for (path_tail = lpath; !NILP (path_tail); path_tail = XCDR (path_tail))
{
Lisp_Object dirfile;
dirfile = Fcar (path_tail);
......@@ -4133,19 +4132,23 @@ load_path_check (void)
so we can see if the site changed it later during dumping. */
static Lisp_Object dump_path;
/* Compute the default Vload_path, with the following logic:
If CANNOT_DUMP:
use EMACSLOADPATH env-var if set; otherwise use PATH_LOADSEARCH,
prepending PATH_SITELOADSEARCH unless --no-site-lisp.
/* Return the default load-path, to be used if EMACSLOADPATH is unset.
This does not include the standard site-lisp directories
under the installation prefix (i.e., PATH_SITELOADSEARCH),
but it does (unless no_site_lisp is set) include site-lisp
directories in the source/build directories if those exist and we
are running uninstalled.
Uses the following logic:
If CANNOT_DUMP: Use PATH_LOADSEARCH.
The remainder is what happens when dumping works:
If purify-flag (ie dumping) just use PATH_DUMPLOADSEARCH.
Otherwise use EMACSLOADPATH if set, else PATH_LOADSEARCH.
Otherwise use PATH_LOADSEARCH.
If !initialized, then just set both Vload_path and dump_path.
If initialized, then if Vload_path != dump_path, do nothing.
If !initialized, then just set dump_path and return PATH_DUMPLOADSEARCH.
If initialized, then if Vload_path != dump_path, return just Vload_path.
(Presumably the load-path has already been changed by something.
This can only be from a site-load file during dumping,
or because EMACSLOADPATH is set.)
This can only be from a site-load file during dumping.)
If Vinstallation_directory is not nil (ie, running uninstalled):
If installation-dir/lisp exists and not already a member,
we must be running uninstalled. Reset the load-path
......@@ -4162,12 +4165,11 @@ static Lisp_Object dump_path;
install-dir/src/Makefile.in does NOT exist (this is a sanity
check), then repeat the above steps for source-dir/lisp,
leim and site-lisp.
Finally, add the site-lisp directories at the front (if !no_site_lisp).
*/
void
init_lread (void)
Lisp_Object
load_path_default (bool ignore_existing)
{
Lisp_Object lpath = Qnil;
const char *normal;
#ifdef CANNOT_DUMP
......@@ -4177,35 +4179,14 @@ init_lread (void)
normal = PATH_LOADSEARCH;
#ifdef HAVE_NS
Vload_path = decode_env_path ("EMACSLOADPATH", loadpath ? loadpath : normal);
lpath = decode_env_path (0, loadpath ? loadpath : normal, 0);
#else
Vload_path = decode_env_path ("EMACSLOADPATH", normal);
lpath = decode_env_path (0, normal, 0);
#endif
load_path_check ();
/* FIXME CANNOT_DUMP platforms should get source-dir/lisp etc added
to their load-path too, AFAICS. I don't think we can tell the
difference between initialized and !initialized in this case,
so we'll have to do it unconditionally when Vinstallation_directory
is non-nil. */
if (!no_site_lisp && !egetenv ("EMACSLOADPATH"))
{
Lisp_Object sitelisp;
sitelisp = decode_env_path (0, PATH_SITELOADSEARCH);
if (! NILP (sitelisp)) Vload_path = nconc2 (sitelisp, Vload_path);
}
#else /* !CANNOT_DUMP */
if (NILP (Vpurify_flag))
{
normal = PATH_LOADSEARCH;
/* If the EMACSLOADPATH environment variable is set, use its value.
This doesn't apply if we're dumping. */
if (egetenv ("EMACSLOADPATH"))
Vload_path = decode_env_path ("EMACSLOADPATH", normal);
}
else
normal = PATH_DUMPLOADSEARCH;
normal = NILP (Vpurify_flag) ? PATH_LOADSEARCH : PATH_DUMPLOADSEARCH;
/* In a dumped Emacs, we normally reset the value of Vload_path using
PATH_LOADSEARCH, since the value that was dumped uses lisp/ in
......@@ -4216,24 +4197,22 @@ init_lread (void)
site-lisp files that were processed during dumping. */
if (initialized)
{
if (NILP (Fequal (dump_path, Vload_path)))
if (!ignore_existing && NILP (Fequal (dump_path, Vload_path)))
{
/* Do not make any changes, just check the elements exist. */
/* Note: --no-site-lisp is ignored.
I don't know what to do about this. */
load_path_check ();
/* Do not make any changes. */
return Vload_path;
}
else
{
{
#ifdef HAVE_NS
const char *loadpath = ns_load_path ();
Vload_path = decode_env_path (0, loadpath ? loadpath : normal);
const char *loadpath = ns_load_path ();
lpath = decode_env_path (0, loadpath ? loadpath : normal, 0);
#else
Vload_path = decode_env_path (0, normal);
lpath = decode_env_path (0, normal, 0);
#endif
if (!NILP (Vinstallation_directory))
{
Lisp_Object tem, tem1;
if (!NILP (Vinstallation_directory))
{
Lisp_Object tem, tem1;
/* Add to the path the lisp subdir of the installation
dir, if it is accessible. Note: in out-of-tree builds,
......@@ -4243,19 +4222,19 @@ init_lread (void)
tem1 = Ffile_accessible_directory_p (tem);
if (!NILP (tem1))
{
if (NILP (Fmember (tem, Vload_path)))
if (NILP (Fmember (tem, lpath)))
{
/* We are running uninstalled. The default load-path
points to the eventual installed lisp, leim
directories. We should not use those now, even
if they exist, so start over from a clean slate. */
Vload_path = list1 (tem);
lpath = list1 (tem);
}
}
else
/* That dir doesn't exist, so add the build-time
Lisp dirs instead. */
Vload_path = nconc2 (Vload_path, dump_path);
lpath = nconc2 (lpath, dump_path);
/* Add leim under the installation dir, if it is accessible. */
tem = Fexpand_file_name (build_string ("leim"),
......@@ -4263,8 +4242,8 @@ init_lread (void)
tem1 = Ffile_accessible_directory_p (tem);
if (!NILP (tem1))
{
if (NILP (Fmember (tem, Vload_path)))
Vload_path = Fcons (tem, Vload_path);
if (NILP (Fmember (tem, lpath)))
lpath = Fcons (tem, lpath);
}
/* Add site-lisp under the installation dir, if it exists. */
......@@ -4275,8 +4254,8 @@ init_lread (void)
tem1 = Ffile_accessible_directory_p (tem);
if (!NILP (tem1))
{
if (NILP (Fmember (tem, Vload_path)))
Vload_path = Fcons (tem, Vload_path);
if (NILP (Fmember (tem, lpath)))
lpath = Fcons (tem, lpath);
}
}
......@@ -4304,14 +4283,14 @@ init_lread (void)
tem = Fexpand_file_name (build_string ("lisp"),
Vsource_directory);
if (NILP (Fmember (tem, Vload_path)))
Vload_path = Fcons (tem, Vload_path);
if (NILP (Fmember (tem, lpath)))
lpath = Fcons (tem, lpath);
tem = Fexpand_file_name (build_string ("leim"),
Vsource_directory);
if (NILP (Fmember (tem, Vload_path)))
Vload_path = Fcons (tem, Vload_path);
if (NILP (Fmember (tem, lpath)))
lpath = Fcons (tem, lpath);
if (!no_site_lisp)
{
......@@ -4320,47 +4299,101 @@ init_lread (void)
tem1 = Ffile_accessible_directory_p (tem);
if (!NILP (tem1))
{
if (NILP (Fmember (tem, Vload_path)))
Vload_path = Fcons (tem, Vload_path);
if (NILP (Fmember (tem, lpath)))
lpath = Fcons (tem, lpath);
}
}
}
} /* Vinstallation_directory != Vsource_directory */
} /* if Vinstallation_directory */
/* Check before adding the site-lisp directories.
The install should have created them, but they are not
required, so no need to warn if they are absent.
Or we might be running before installation. */
load_path_check ();
} /* if Vinstallation_directory */
/* Add the site-lisp directories at the front. */
if (!no_site_lisp)
{
Lisp_Object sitelisp;
sitelisp = decode_env_path (0, PATH_SITELOADSEARCH);
if (! NILP (sitelisp)) Vload_path = nconc2 (sitelisp, Vload_path);
}
} /* if dump_path == Vload_path */
} /* if dump_path == Vload_path */
}
else /* !initialized */
{
/* NORMAL refers to PATH_DUMPLOADSEARCH, ie the lisp dir in the
source directory. We used to add ../lisp (ie the lisp dir in
the build directory) at the front here, but that caused trouble
because it was copied from dump_path into Vload_path, above,
when Vinstallation_directory was non-nil. It should not be
because it was copied from dump_path into Vload_path, above,
when Vinstallation_directory was non-nil. It should not be
necessary, since in out of tree builds lisp/ is empty, save
for Makefile. */
Vload_path = decode_env_path (0, normal);
dump_path = Vload_path;
/* No point calling load_path_check; load-path only contains essential
elements from the source directory at this point. They cannot
be missing unless something went extremely (and improbably)
wrong, in which case the build will fail in obvious ways. */
lpath = decode_env_path (0, normal, 0);
dump_path = lpath;
}
#endif /* !CANNOT_DUMP */
#endif /* !CANNOT_DUMP */
return lpath;
}
void
init_lread (void)
{
/* First, set Vload_path. */
/* We explicitly ignore EMACSLOADPATH when dumping. */
if (NILP (Vpurify_flag) && egetenv ("EMACSLOADPATH"))
{
Vload_path = decode_env_path ("EMACSLOADPATH", 0, 1);
/* Check (non-nil) user-supplied elements. */
load_path_check (Vload_path);
/* Replace any nil elements from the environment with the default. */
if (Fmemq (Qnil, Vload_path))
{
Lisp_Object lpath = Vload_path;
Lisp_Object elem, default_lpath = load_path_default (1);
/* Check defaults, before adding site-lisp. */
load_path_check (default_lpath);
/* Add the site-lisp directories to the front of the default. */
if (!no_site_lisp)
{
Lisp_Object sitelisp;
sitelisp = decode_env_path (0, PATH_SITELOADSEARCH, 0);
if (! NILP (sitelisp))
default_lpath = nconc2 (sitelisp, default_lpath);
}
Vload_path = Qnil;
/* Replace nils from EMACSLOADPATH by default. */
while (CONSP (lpath))
{
Lisp_Object arg[2];