Commit cc1f9806 authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(Defining Images): Clean up previous change.

parent 6c9abf6a
...@@ -3956,16 +3956,17 @@ image files. If an element is a string, it is taken to be the name of ...@@ -3956,16 +3956,17 @@ image files. If an element is a string, it is taken to be the name of
a directory to search. If an element is a variable symbol, the value a directory to search. If an element is a variable symbol, the value
of that variable is used as a list of directories to search. of that variable is used as a list of directories to search.
The default is to search in @file{@code{data-directory}/images}, then The default is to search in the @file{images} subdirectory of the
in @code{data-directory}, and finally in the directories specified by directory specified by @code{data-directory}, then the directory
specified by @code{data-directory}, and finally in the directories in
@code{load-path}. Subdirectories are not automatically included in @code{load-path}. Subdirectories are not automatically included in
the search, so if you put an image file in a subdirectory, you have to the search, so if you put an image file in a subdirectory, you have to
supply the subdirectory name explicitly. For example, if you put an supply the subdirectory name explicitly. For example, to find the
image file @file{bar.xpm} in @file{@code{data-directory}/images/foo/}, image @file{images/foo/bar.xpm} within @code{data-directory} you
you should define the image as: should specify the image as follows:
@example @example
(defimage foo-image '((:type xpm :file "foo/bar.xpm"))) (defimage foo-image '((:type xpm :file "foo/bar.xpm")))
@end example @end example
@end defvar @end defvar
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