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1diff -ur pinfo-0.6.9.org/doc/pinfo.1 pinfo-0.6.9/doc/pinfo.1
2--- pinfo-0.6.9.org/doc/pinfo.1 2006-03-16 17:27:56.000000000 +0100
3+++ pinfo-0.6.9/doc/pinfo.1 2006-03-18 19:21:54.315546250 +0100
4@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@
27cfd034 5
6 .SH COLOR AND KEY DEFINITIONS
7 .P
8-There are configuration files called ~/.pinforc and
9+There are configuration files called $HOME_ETC/.pinforc or ~/.pinforc and
10 [prefix]/etc/pinforc, for local and global configuration (where prefix is the
11 prefix of the directory, where pinfo is installed, i.e. /usr/local, or /).
12 Here's an example of such a file; we'll discuss the contents below:
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13diff -ur pinfo-0.6.9.org/doc/pinfo.1.in pinfo-0.6.9/doc/pinfo.1.in
14--- pinfo-0.6.9.org/doc/pinfo.1.in 2006-03-09 21:54:33.000000000 +0100
15+++ pinfo-0.6.9/doc/pinfo.1.in 2006-03-18 19:21:54.319546500 +0100
16@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@
27cfd034 17
18 .SH COLOR AND KEY DEFINITIONS
19 .P
20-There are configuration files called ~/.pinforc and
21+There are configuration files called $HOME_ETC/.pinforc or ~/.pinforc and
22 [prefix]/etc/pinforc, for local and global configuration (where prefix is the
23 prefix of the directory, where pinfo is installed, i.e. /usr/local, or /).
24 Here's an example of such a file; we'll discuss the contents below:
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25diff -ur pinfo-0.6.9.org/doc/pinfo.info pinfo-0.6.9/doc/pinfo.info
26--- pinfo-0.6.9.org/doc/pinfo.info 2006-03-16 17:28:00.000000000 +0100
27+++ pinfo-0.6.9/doc/pinfo.info 2006-03-18 19:21:54.319546500 +0100
28@@ -174,8 +174,8 @@
27cfd034 29 file::, and at the key descriptions, *Note Keys::. Keys available in
30 manual viewer differ a bit from the keys available in info viewer.
31
32- There are configuration files called `~/.pinforc' and
33-`[prefix]/etc/pinforc', for local and global configuration (where
34+ There are configuration files called `$HOME_ETC/.pinforc' or `~/.pinforc'
35+and `[prefix]/etc/pinforc', for local and global configuration (where
36 prefix is the prefix of the directory, where `pinfo' is installed, i.e.
37 `/usr/local', or `/usr').
38
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39diff -ur pinfo-0.6.9.org/doc/pinfo.texi pinfo-0.6.9/doc/pinfo.texi
40--- pinfo-0.6.9.org/doc/pinfo.texi 2006-03-16 16:40:41.000000000 +0100
41+++ pinfo-0.6.9/doc/pinfo.texi 2006-03-18 19:21:54.319546500 +0100
42@@ -202,8 +202,8 @@
27cfd034 43 file}, and at the key descriptions, @xref{Keys}. Keys available in
44 manual viewer differ a bit from the keys available in info viewer.
45
46-There are configuration files called @file{~/.pinforc} and
47-@file{[prefix]/etc/pinforc}, for local and global configuration (where
48+There are configuration files called @file{$HOME_ETC/.pinforc} or @file{~/.pinforc}
49+and @file{[prefix]/etc/pinforc}, for local and global configuration (where
50 prefix is the prefix of the directory, where @value{PROGRAM} is
51 installed, i.e. @file{/usr/local}, or @file{/usr}).
52
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53diff -ur pinfo-0.6.9.org/src/parse_config.c pinfo-0.6.9/src/parse_config.c
54--- pinfo-0.6.9.org/src/parse_config.c 2006-03-09 20:44:51.000000000 +0100
55+++ pinfo-0.6.9/src/parse_config.c 2006-03-18 19:22:32.693944750 +0100
56@@ -118,7 +118,9 @@
57 {
58 if (rcfile == NULL)
59 {
60- if (getenv("HOME"))
61+ if (getenv ("HOME_ETC"))
62+ home = strdup (getenv ("HOME_ETC"));
63+ else if (getenv ("HOME"))
64 home = strdup(getenv("HOME"));
65 else
66 home = 0;
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