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lsmd(1) [centos man page]

LSMD(1) 						   libStorageMgmt plug-in daemon						   LSMD(1)

Daemon - lsmd DESCRIPTION
libStorageMgmt plug-in daemon. Plug-ins execute in their own process space for fault isolation and to accommodate different plug-in licensing requirements. Runs as an unprivileged user. OPTIONS
--plugindir = The directory where the plugins are located --socketdir = The directory for IPC sockets -v = Verbose logging -d = New style daemon (systemd) non-forking BUGS
Please report bugs to <> AUTHOR
Tony Asleson <> lsmd 0.0.24 March 2013 LSMD(1)

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Padre::PluginBuilder(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 Padre::PluginBuilder(3pm)

Padre::PluginBuilder - Module::Build subclass for building Padre plug-ins DESCRIPTION
This is a Module::Build subclass that can be used in place of Module::Build for the "Build.PL" of Padre plug-ins. It adds two new build targets for the plug-ins: ADDITIONAL BUILD TARGETS
"plugin" Generates a .par file that contains all the plug-in code. The name of the file will be according to the plug-in class name: "Padre::Plugin::Foo" will result in Foo.par. Installing the plug-in (for the current architecture) will be as simple as copying the generated .par file into the "plugins" directory of the user's Padre configuration directory (which defaults to ~/.padre on Unix systems). "installplugin" Generates the plug-in .par file as the "plugin" target, but also installs it into the user's Padre plug-ins directory. SEE ALSO
Padre, Padre::Config Module::Build PAR for more on the plug-in system. COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2008-2012 The Padre development team as listed in LICENSE
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl 5 itself. perl v5.14.2 2012-06-27 Padre::PluginBuilder(3pm)

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