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Projeto Descrição

Usepackage is a tool for managing the Unix
environment for a multi-tool, multi-platform site.
It is designed to simplify login scripts and allow
administrators to control users' environments
centrally. This tool should be considered
primarily designed for sites where users have to
deal with a number of different tools, or versions
of tools, that are installed in different
locations and require environment variables to be
set. This is particularly a problem for
developers, or anyone who has to manage a large
toolset across multiple platforms (e.g. different
versions of the Sun JDK which require various
environment variables to be set correctly). One or
more central configuration files control a number
of different "packages" and their associated
environment and dependencies for different
platforms (this includes the standard PATH,
MANPATH, and LD_LIBRARY_PATH variables). A single
user command, use, can be invoked to source the
appropriate environment information into the
users' current shell.

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2005-12-11 22:06
1.8

Esta versão suporta a verificação de base para a existência de diretórios antes de adicioná-los para um caminho (ou definir uma variável), utilizando o novo "? =" E "?+=" operadores. A ordem que as variáveis são originadas no ambiente foi alterado para melhor suporte ao uso de outras variáveis como partes de atualizações para o ambiente (por exemplo "FOO = / opt / foo, PATH = $ foo + / bin;").
Tags: Minor feature enhancements, Stable
This release supports basic checking for the existence of directories before adding them to a path (or setting a variable) using the new "?=" and "?+=" operators. The order that variables are sourced into the environment has been changed to better support using other variables as parts of updates to the environment (e.g. "FOO=/opt/foo, PATH+=$FOO/bin;").

2004-11-24 20:31
1.8b4

Esta versão suporta a verificação de base para a existência de diretórios antes de adicioná-los para um caminho (ou definir uma variável), utilizando o novo "? =" E "?+=" operadores. A ordem que as variáveis são originadas no ambiente foi alterado para melhor suporte ao uso de outras variáveis como partes de atualizações para o ambiente (por exemplo "FOO = / opt / foo, PATH = $ foo + / bin;").
Tags: Minor feature enhancements, Beta
This release supports basic checking for the existence of directories before adding them to a path (or setting a variable) using the new "?=" and "?+=" operators. The order that variables are sourced into the environment has been changed to better support using other variables as parts of updates to the environment (e.g. "FOO=/opt/foo, PATH+=$FOO/bin;").

2003-06-25 14:39
1.7

Atualizações foram feitas para suportar padrão correspondente no shell do usuário e incluir scripts arbitrários no ambiente shell. Novos atalhos de sintaxe foram adicionados, permitindo que os padrões opcional.
Tags: Major feature enhancements, Stable
Updates were made to support pattern matching on the user's shell and to include arbitrary scripts into the shell environment. New syntax shortcuts were added, allowing optional patterns.

2003-02-28 14:04
1.6.3

Esta versão foi atualizada para usar a variável de ambiente HOME ~ para expansão, se disponível.
Tags: Minor bugfixes, Stable
This release has been updated to use the HOME environment variable for ~ expansion if available.

2002-06-18 00:37
1.6.2

Dividindo a página de manual em dois (para frontend e backend), e algumas mudanças cosméticas.
Tags: Minor bugfixes, Stable
Splitting the manual page into two (for frontend and backend), and some cosmetic changes.

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