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PANGO-QUERYMODULES(1)			  User Commands 		    PANGO-QUERYMODULES(1)

NAME
       pango-querymodules - Module registration utility

SYNOPSIS
       pango-querymodules [OPTION...] [MODULE...]

DESCRIPTION
       pango-querymodules collects information about loadable modules for Pango and writes it to
       stdout.

       If called without MODULE arguments, it looks for modules in the Pango module path, which
       is specified by the key Pango/ModulesPath in the Pango configuration database.

       If called with MODULE arguments, it looks for the specified modules. The arguments may be
       absolute or relative paths.

       At runtime, Pango looks for the loadable module information (i.e. the output of
       pango-querymodules) in libdir/pango/1.8.0/modules.cache.

OPTIONS
       -?, --help
	   Prints a short help text and exits.

       --version
	   Prints version information.

       --system
	   Do not load user-specific configuration.

       --update-cache
	   Update the Pango module cache file directly, instead of writing the information to
	   stdout.

ENVIRONMENT
       PANGO_RC_FILE
	   Specifies an additional rc file for the Pango configuration database, in addition to
	   the system-wide and per-user files.

FILES
       sysconfdir/pango/pangorc
	   System-wide Pango configuration file.

       $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/pango/pangorc
	   User-specific Pango configuration file.

       libdir/pango/1.8.0/modules.cache
	   Location of the module cache file read by Pango.

BUGS
       None known yet.

AUTHORS
       Owen Taylor
	   Developer

       Behdad Esfahbod
	   Developer

Pango					    05/13/2013			    PANGO-QUERYMODULES(1)
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