gspath man page

gspath — Utility to display standard directory/path information

Description

This utility can be used to print out a single directory or path in order for external applications to know what paths the GNUstep system is using. It was written to provide information for the GNUstep make package.

The gspath usility is called with exactly one argument, which determines what it prints.

Arguments

To display the path to the defaults directory for the current user, use the defaults argument.

To display the directory search path needed to locate dynamic libraries, use the libpath argument.

To display the directory search path needed to locate commmand-line programs, use the path argument.

To display the GNUstep home directory of the current user, use the user argument.

History

Work on gspath started July 2005.

This manual page first appeared in gnustep-base 1.11.1 (July 2005).

Authors

gspath was written by Richard Frith-Macdonald <rfm@gnu.org>.

This man page was written by Richard Frith-Macdonald <rfm@gnu.org>.

Info

July 2005 GNUstep GNUstep System Manual