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Manvendra Bhangui wrote:
>> assuming this information is there, it would also be useful to the  
> The information is not there apart from VPOPMAILDIR, QMAILDIR. IMHO one
> will need to add few AC_DEFINE... statements in configure.in to have all
> directories (prefix, localstatedir, sysconfdir, libdir, includedir, etc)
> e.g. to open the configuration file vpopmail.mysql the code does it like
> this

This information is set in the 5.5 branch.

> /home/experiments/vpopmail-5.4.27>grep vpopmail.mysql *.c
> vmysql.c:Add error result for "unable to read vpopmail.mysql" and return
> it
> vmysql.c:    sprintf(config, "%s/etc/%s", VPOPMAILDIR,
> "vpopmail.mysql");
> /home/experiments/vpopmail-5.4.27>
> 
> it needs to use SYSCONFDIR to be FHS compliant.

It does, in 5.5.

Try not to discuss what vpopmail does and does not do in reference to 
development
when looking at 5.4.  5.4 is locked.  If you want to know if vpopmail does 
something,
check 5.5 :)
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