Additional or alternative
addon/ directories may be specified by the means of the
XXE_ADDON_PATH environment variable.
XXE_ADDON_PATH environment variable is set to a non empty string, the content of this variable must be a list of directory names separated by character "
;" (even on Unix). All the directories referenced in this list are recursively scanned by the XXE desktop application during its startup.
File names and "
file://" URLs are both supported. Windows example:
C> set XXE_ADDON_PATH=C:\xxe\doc\configure\samples\example1;\ file:///C:/xxe/doc/configure/samples/example2
If this path ends with "
is also scanned at startup time. Otherwise, this system directory, containing a large number of add-ons (DITA configuration, DocBook configuration, spell-checker, etc), is completely ignored.
absolute URL is also supported.
Absolute URL specifies the location of a text file containing a list of (generally relative) URLs to be scanned by XXE. The URLs in this list are separated by white space.
example1 example1/example1.css example1/example1.dtd example1/example1.xml example1/example1.xxe example1/example1_catalog.xml example2 example2/example2.css example2/example2.xml example2/example2.xsd example2/example2.xxe example2/example2_catalog.xml
$ export XXE_ADDON_PATH="@http://www.foo.com/xxe/sample_configs.list;+"