The VLE home directory contains binaries of packages, configuration file and log files. You should not use directly this directory unless you know what you are doing. It has the following hierarchy:
$VLE_HOME ├─ pkgs-2.0 ; the directory of VLE's packages │ └─ vle.output ; an example of package: vle.output. │ └─ mypackage ; another example of package: mypackage. │ └─ vle.log ; log of previous execution of VLE └─ rvle.log ; log of previous execution of rvle └─ vle.conf ; the configuration file of VLE
The VLE_HOME environment variable
VLE_HOME refers to the location of the VLE home directory. It can be set
using the environment variable
VLE_HOME. If the environment variable is not
defined, VLE uses the default path:
$HOME/.vleon Unix/Linux systems (eg.
$HOME/vleon Win32 systems which corresponds to the variables:
The packages in
VLE_HOME/pkgs-2.0 are binaries of packages, they are
automatically placed into this directory once a source package is built. To
compile a package see the VLE application and more precisely the
build in package mode.
The vle.conf file contains the global settings for VLE. It allows for example to give the number of threads when building a package, or giving remote URL for downloading and installing packages.