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DtInfoLib(file format) DtInfoLib(file format)
DtInfoLib -- collection of book cases for browsing with dtinfo
CONTENT: 0 filename .oli
DESCRIPTION: On-line documentation for the Information Manager.
IS_TEXT: false (could be true for criteria 2 match)
INSTANCE_ICON Field: [available for publisher-supplied or user's infolib icon]
DtInfoLib is a desktop object representing a collection of book cases of documents that can be accessed through the CDE Information Man-
ager. DtInfoLib data criteria and data attributes are identified for use by desktop facilities. These are part of the CDE built-in data
DtInfoLib is a directory that contains the collection of book cases available for a given information library. The contents of the DtIn-
foLib directory are not visible to the end-user through the desktop. The DtInfoLib object can be launched directly by double-clicking on
the associated icon or by dragging the icon on to the Information Manager icon in the File Manager or on the Front Panel.
If defined, the environment variable DTINFOLIBSEARCHPATH may be used to find the default infolib (or infolibs) for the system. If provided,
the dtinfo command line argument given with the -l option overrides the environment. If none of the other path mechanisms are used, the
browser uses the standard CDE path.
Double-clicking on the DtInfoLib object, or selecting Open from the objects select menu invokes the Open action on the object.
The default location for the desktop on line documentation library is /usr/dt/infolib/%L.
dtinfo(1), dtinfogen(1), dtinfoBook.dtd - dtinfoBookdtd(5), DtMmdbBookCaseGetInfo(3), DtMmdbInfoLibInfo(5)