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Clarisse stores many settings in a configuration file called clarisse.cfg. Clarisse also uses an environment file clarisse.env used to declare environment variables such as python path (PYTHONHOME) or license server location (ILISE_SERVER). The syntax of this file is really straight forward:

 

VARIABLE_NAME=VALUE

 

For example:

 

PYTHONHOME=c:\python27

ILISE_SERVER=jupiter:40500

 

 

Note

Value of environment variables are platform dependent. Those variables are automatically imported to Clarisse as system variables. Please also note that environment variables defined in clarisse.env are overridden by variables with the same name if already declared in the shell environment.

 

For more information on variables please refer to Working with Variables section.

 

By default, those files are located in the home directory of the current user. The path to the home directory depends on on the platform running Clarisse.

 

You will find those files in %APPDATA%/Isotropix/Clarisse on Windows, /Users/$USER/Library/Preferences/Isotropix/Clarisse on Mac OS X and ~/.isotropix/clarisse on Linux.

 

You'll also need to make sure Python libraries are reachable by Clarisse binaries. Typically this can be done by extending the PATH on Windows, LD_LIBRARY_PATH on linux and DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH on Mac OS X.

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