Specifies path and name to use for journal file. The specified path may contain the following %-escape sequences:
%a - abbreviated weekday name
%A - full weekday name
%b - abbreviated month name
%B - full month name
%d - date of the month [01,31]
%H - hour (24-hour clock) [00,23]
%I - hour (12-hour clock) [01,12]
%j - day of the year [1,366]
%m - month number [1,12]
%M - minute [00,59]
%n - replaced with the next available number between 01 and 999.
%p - "a.m." or "p.m."
%S - seconds [00,61]
%u - weekday [1,7], 1 is Monday
%U - week of year [00,53]
%w - weekday [0,6], 0 is Sunday
%y - year without century [00,99]
%Y - year with century (e.g. 1999)
%% - a '%' character
The default value is "Trelis%n.jou". This creates journal files in the current directory named "cubit00.jou", "cubit01.jou", "cubit02.jou", etc. To keep the same naming scheme but create the files the /tmp directory, set CUBIT_JOURNAL to "/tmp/Trelis%n.jou"
To create journal files in directories according to the day of the week, first create directories named "Mon", "Tues", etc. Trelis will not create them for you. Next set CUBIT_JOURNAL to
"%a/%n.jou". This will create journal files named "01.jou" through "999.jou" in the appropriate directory for the current day of the week.