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Re: module search path

From: Andreas Rottmann
Subject: Re: module search path
Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2004 08:54:34 +0200
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Brian S McQueen <address@hidden> writes:

> I am on a system where I must operate from my home directory, and I do not
> have root.  How can I specify the search path for the modules which I have
> installed in my home directories?
> In fact I installed Guile in my home dir with --prefix.  I found
> guile-config was not installed for some reason.  I thought it should've
> been.  I modified my LD_LIBRARY_PATH, and my search path and everything
> seems to be fine, but not for the modules.

>From the Guile Reference "Intro to using existing modules":

|    Existing modules have to be placed in places where Guile looks for
| them by default or in colon-separated directories in the environment
| variable `GUILE_LOAD_PATH'.  When this variable is set, those
| directories are searched first, then the the default.  The following
| command shows the complete list of directories searched:
|      guile -c '(write %load-path) (newline)'

HTH, Andy
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