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// Description:	Configuration file for JpGraph library
// Created: 	2004-03-27
// Author:	Johan Persson (hide@address.com)
// Ver:		$Id: jpg-config.inc 21 2005-05-30 20:35:34Z ljp $
// Copyright (c) Aditus Consulting. All rights reserved.

// Directories for cache and font directory. 
// The full absolute name of the directory to be used to store the
// cached image files. This directory will not be used if the USE_CACHE
// define (further down) is false. If you enable the cache please note that
// this directory MUST be readable and writable for the process running PHP.
// Must end with '/'
// Directory where TTF fonts can be found. Must end with '/'
// The default values used if these defines are left commented out are:
// UNIX:
//   CACHE_DIR /tmp/jpgraph_cache/
//   TTF_DIR   /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/truetype/
//   MBTTF_DIR /usr/share/fonts/ja/TrueType/
//   CACHE_DIR $SERVER_TEMP/jpgraph_cache/
// DEFINE("CACHE_DIR","/tmp/jpgraph_cache/");
// DEFINE("TTF_DIR","/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/truetype/");
// DEFINE("MBTTF_DIR","/usr/share/fonts/ja/TrueType/");

// Cache directory specification for use with CSIM graphs that are
// using the cache.
// The directory must be the filesysystem name as seen by PHP
// and the 'http' version must be the same directory but as 
// seen by the HTTP server relative to the 'htdocs' ddirectory. 
// If a relative path is specified it is taken to be relative from where
// the image script is executed.
// Note: The default setting is to create a subdirectory in the 
// directory from where the image script is executed and store all files
// there. As ususal this directory must be writeable by the PHP process.

// Defines for font setup

// Actual name of the TTF file used together with FF_CHINESE aka FF_BIG5
// This is the TTF file being used when the font family is specified as
// either FF_CHINESE or FF_BIG5

// Special unicode cyrillic language support

// If you are setting this config to true the conversion
// will assume that the input text is windows 1251, if
// false it will assume koi8-r

// Japanese TrueType font used with FF_MINCHO, FF_PMINCHO, FF_GOTHIC, FF_PGOTHIC

// Various JpGraph Settings. Adjust accordingly to your
// preferences. Note that cache functionality is turned off by
// default (Enable by setting USE_CACHE to true)

// Deafult graphic format set to "auto" which will automatically
// choose the best available format in the order png,gif,jpeg
// (The supported format depends on what your PHP installation supports)

// Should the image be a truecolor image? 
// Note 1: Has only effect with GD 2.0.1 and above.
// Note 2: GD 2.0.1 + PHP 4.0.6 on Win32 crashes when trying to use 
// trucolor.
// Note 3: MUST be enabled to get background images working with GD2

// Specify what version of the GD library is installed.
// If this is set to 'auto' the version will be automatically 
// determined.
// However since determining the library takes ~1ms you can also 
// manually specify the version if you know what version you have. 
// This means that you should 
// set this define to true if you have GD 2.x installed to save 1ms. 

// Should the cache be used at all? By setting this to false no
// files will be generated in the cache directory.  
// The difference from READ_CACHE being that setting READ_CACHE to
// false will still create the image in the cache directory
// just not use it. By setting USE_CACHE=false no files will even
// be generated in the cache directory.

// Should we try to find an image in the cache before generating it? 
// Set this define to false to bypass the reading of the cache and always
// regenerate the image. Note that even if reading the cache is 
// disabled the cached will still be updated with the newly generated
// image. Set also "USE_CACHE" below.

// Determine if the error handler should be image based or purely
// text based. Image based makes it easier since the script will
// always return an image even in case of errors.

// Determine if the library should also setup the default PHP
// error handler to generate a graphic error mesage. This is useful
// during development to be able to see the error message as an image
// instead as a "red-cross" in a page where an image is expected.

// Should the library examin the global php_errmsg string and convert
// any error in it to a graphical representation. This is handy for the
// occasions when, for example, header files cannot be found and this results
// in the graph not being created and just a "red-cross" image would be seen.
// This should be turned off for a production site.

// If the color palette is full should JpGraph try to allocate
// the closest match? If you plan on using background images or
// gradient fills it might be a good idea to enable this.
// If not you will otherwise get an error saying that the color palette is 
// exhausted. The drawback of using approximations is that the colors 
// might not be exactly what you specified. 
// Note1: This does only apply to paletted images, not truecolor 
// images since they don't have the limitations of maximum number
// of colors.

// Should usage of deprecated functions and parameters give a fatal error?
// (Useful to check if code is future proof.)

// Should the time taken to generate each picture be branded to the lower
// left in corner in each generated image? Useful for performace measurements
// generating graphs

// What format should be used for the timing string?

// The following constants should rarely have to be changed !

// What group should the cached file belong to
// (Set to "" will give the default group for the "PHP-user")
// Please note that the Apache user must be a member of the
// specified group since otherwise it is impossible for Apache
// to set the specified group.

// What permissions should the cached file have
// (Set to "" will give the default persmissions for the "PHP-user")

// Decide if we should use the bresenham circle algorithm or the
// built in Arc(). Bresenham gives better visual apperance of circles 
// but is more CPU intensive and slower then the built in Arc() function
// in GD. Turned off by default for speed

// Special file name to indicate that we only want to calc
// the image map in the call to Graph::Stroke() used
// internally from the GetHTMLCSIM() method.

// HTTP GET argument that is used with image map
// to indicate to the script to just generate the image
// and not the full CSIM HTML page.

// Special filename for Graph::Stroke(). If this filename is given
// then the image will NOT be streamed to browser of file. Instead the
// Stroke call will return the handler for the created GD image.

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