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GSPATH(1)		     GNUstep System Manual		     GSPATH(1)

NAME
       gspath -	Utility	to display standard directory/path information

SYNOPSIS
       gspath

DESCRIPTION
       This utility can	be used	to print out a single directory	or path	in or-
       der 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	deter-
       mines 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  li-
       braries,	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>.

GNUstep				   July	2005			     GSPATH(1)

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