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SHAPE_STDRUL(7) 					 Miscellaneous Information Manual					   SHAPE_STDRUL(7)

NAME
shape stdrul - shapeTools RMS general version selection rules DESCRIPTION
The shape release management system requires a set of standard version selection rules to be accessible project wide. These are defined in the stdrules file, which is to be included into the Shapefiles of any part of the system controlled by the shapeTools release management system. Version selection rules drive the binding of component names in the Shapefile to specific versions during a build or release process (or better: any process performed by invocation of shape(1) ). Some functions of shape_RMS allow definition of the version binding rule being active by defining the VERSIONS macro on the command line. This may be set to any of the rule names listed below. If you want to introduce new version selection rules for project wide use, you may add them to the stdrules file. You should be very care- ful, when altering this file. Do not remove any of the rules defined in the original version of stdrules (as it comes from the shapeTools distribution tape) because these are essential for the release management system. When altering one of the original selection rules, you should be very concious of what you are doing, as you may affect the operationality of shape RMS. For a description of the syntax of rule definitions, see the shape(1) manual. The standard version selection rules are: most_recent For each component select a busy version if available, the most recent saved version otherwise. last_proposed Use the last proposed version of each component. This rule fails, if no proposed version is available last_released Select versions from the last generated release. last_prereleased Select versions from the last generated prerelease. recent_release Select versions included in the last release or prerelease, whichever is newer. from_release Select versions from a specific release or prerelease. When using this rule the value of the macro RELEASENAME has to be set to the name of the desired (pre)release. extern Always select a busy version (a regular UNIX file). This rule should be applied to all extern components that are not under con- trol of the shapeTools version control system. FILES
$(SHAPELIBPATH)/stdrules SEE ALSO
shape_RMS(1), shape(1) 9.9.119 SHAPE_STDRUL(7)

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SHAPE_STDRUL(7) 					 Miscellaneous Information Manual					   SHAPE_STDRUL(7)

NAME
shape stdrul - shapeTools RMS general version selection rules DESCRIPTION
The shape release management system requires a set of standard version selection rules to be accessible project wide. These are defined in the stdrules file, which is to be included into the Shapefiles of any part of the system controlled by the shapeTools release management system. Version selection rules drive the binding of component names in the Shapefile to specific versions during a build or release process (or better: any process performed by invocation of shape(1) ). Some functions of shape_RMS allow definition of the version binding rule being active by defining the VERSIONS macro on the command line. This may be set to any of the rule names listed below. If you want to introduce new version selection rules for project wide use, you may add them to the stdrules file. You should be very care- ful, when altering this file. Do not remove any of the rules defined in the original version of stdrules (as it comes from the shapeTools distribution tape) because these are essential for the release management system. When altering one of the original selection rules, you should be very concious of what you are doing, as you may affect the operationality of shape RMS. For a description of the syntax of rule definitions, see the shape(1) manual. The standard version selection rules are: most_recent For each component select a busy version if available, the most recent saved version otherwise. last_proposed Use the last proposed version of each component. This rule fails, if no proposed version is available last_released Select versions from the last generated release. last_prereleased Select versions from the last generated prerelease. recent_release Select versions included in the last release or prerelease, whichever is newer. from_release Select versions from a specific release or prerelease. When using this rule the value of the macro RELEASENAME has to be set to the name of the desired (pre)release. extern Always select a busy version (a regular UNIX file). This rule should be applied to all extern components that are not under con- trol of the shapeTools version control system. FILES
$(SHAPELIBPATH)/stdrules SEE ALSO
shape_RMS(1), shape(1) 29.9.119 SHAPE_STDRUL(7)

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