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cvs2pack




SYNOPSIS

       cvs2pack <module dir> <packagedir> [<version>]


DESCRIPTION

       The following steps are performed:

       Create a dist package dir and following files are copied:
           the packagedir
           All non-dir files in the module dir
           the admin dir
       README, INSTALL and AUTHORS are copied from package dir to
       the dist dir toplevel, if they exist.
       All files in <module dir>/<packagedir>/pack are copied to
       the dist dir.
       Makefile.cvs is run.
       .tar.gz and .tar.bz2 archives are created for the direc­
       tory.


EXAMPLES

       # cvs2pack ~/baseline/kdeutils karm 1.2


REQUIRED

       Perl 5 is required. bzip2 is required for creation of
       .tar.bz2 files.


AUTHORS

       Sirtaj Singh Kang <taj@kde.org>, Jan 1999.

2002-09-09                 perl v5.6.1                CVS2PACK(1)
  




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