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At program launch time, SCF discovers plugins automatically by searching a set of directories, and creates an internal database associating available SCF class names with the plugin modules which implement them. The directories which SCF searches by default are:
csGetResourceDir(). On most platforms, this is the same as the directory containing the application, however, on MacOS/X, it is the `Resources' directory within the Cocoa application wrapper.
csGetConfigPath(). This is often the value of the `CRYSTAL' environment variable, or the `CrystalSpaceRoot' default setting on MacOS/X (which is often stored within the `NSGlobalDomain' domain).
If you would like SCF to scan additional directories, you can invoke either of these two functions:
scfInitialize (csPluginPaths const*)
iSCF::ScanPluginsPath(char const*, bool, char const*)
Finally, if need to manually register a single plugin module with SCF for
which you know the native pathname (not a VFS pathname), you can invoke
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