Changes between Version 25 and Version 26 of Obsolete/MovedToTree/PackageManagement/BuildingPackages


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Feb 7, 2014, 10:46:19 AM (6 years ago)
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bonefish
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Remove stray colons

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  • Obsolete/MovedToTree/PackageManagement/BuildingPackages

    v25 v26  
    7676 * `global-writable-files`: A list of global writable file infos. The list elements must have the following format:
    7777{{{
    78 global_writable_file_info:      ::= path [ "directory" ] [ "keep-old" | "manual" | "auto-merge" ]
     78global_writable_file_info       ::= path [ "directory" ] [ "keep-old" | "manual" | "auto-merge" ]
    7979}}}
    8080   `path` is the relative path of the writable file or directory, starting with "settings/" or any other writable directory. If the "directory" keyword is given, the path refers to a directory. If no other keyword is given after the path respectively after the "directory" keyword, the file or directory is not included in the package. It will be created by the software or by the user. If a keyword is given, the file or directory (a default version) is included in the package and it will be extracted on package activation. The keyword specifies what shall happen when the package is updated and a previous default version of the file or directory has been modified by the user:
     
    8484 * `user-settings-files`: A list of user settings file infos. The list elements must have the following format:
    8585{{{
    86 user_settings_file_info:        ::= path [ "directory" | "template" template_path ]
     86user_settings_file_info ::= path [ "directory" | "template" template_path ]
    8787}}}
    8888   `path` is the relative path of the settings file or directory, starting with "settings/". It is not included in the package. However, if `template_path` is specified, it is a path to a file included in the package that can serve as a template for the settings file. It doesn't imply any automatic action on package activation, though. If the "directory" keyword is given, the path refers to a settings directory (typical when a program creates multiple settings files).