perform the following initializations:
Use the value of the
environment variable for the name
of the menu description file, if provided. Otherwise, it
The purpose of this file
is to set the default menus for the X11 interface.
You can then add to or override any of these menus
in the other startup files.
Execute the file named on the command line with
, if any. Bypass any
other initialization steps that would otherwise be done.
environment variable exists, execute its
value. Otherwise, look for an initialization file.
environment variable exists,
use that as the name of the startup file. If not, on UNIX use
on other systems use vile.rc
Look for the startup file in the current directory,
and then in the user's
Use whichever one is found first.
As for nvi
, you can place
common initialization actions into your .exrc
file (i.e., options and commands for UNIX vi
and/or the other clones),
and have your .vilerc
before or after the