Is there a command in maple that shows which files were read during start up? I am confused as to which maple init file is being read on my PC. From http://www.maplesoft.com/support/help/Maple/view.aspx?path=worksheet/reference/initialization
"Under Windows, the initialization file is called maple.ini.
If <Maple>\lib\maple.ini exists, it is loaded first (where <Maple> is your Maple installation directory). With a network installation of Maple, the commands in this initialization file will be executed by all users on the network.
To execute a user's personal set of commands, only the first initialization file in one of the following paths will be loaded.
1) The binary directory of your current working directory (for example, "c:\Program_Files\Maple\bin.win\maple.ini")
2) The <Maple>\Users directory (for example, "c:\Program_Files\Maple\Users\maple.ini")
3) The user's personal profile directory (multiuser only) (for example, "c:\Documents_and_Settings\userid\maple.ini")
Maple reads and executes the network initialization file before the personal initialization file."
How do I find out, from inside Maple, which file(s) were read? Or make maple shows a trace of the loading process to see what files ini files it is reading?
Maple 18.2 on windows. btw, the above help page seems old. I am on windows 7, and I do not have "c:\Program_Files\Maple\" folder. And do not have "c:\Documents_and_Settings" folder. So the above help is not very useful. May be it was written during windows 95 times?