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Linux 2.6 - man page for rel (linux section 5)

rel(5)					      Files					   rel(5)

       rel - Release resource file

       The release resource file specifies which applications are are included in a release (sys-
       tem) based on Erlang/OTP.

       This file is used by the functions in systools when generating start scripts (  .script	,
       .boot ) and release upgrade files ( relup ).

       The release resource file should be called Name.rel .

       The  .rel  file contains one single Erlang term, which is called a release specification .
       The file has the following syntax:

       {release, {RelName,Vsn}, {erts, EVsn},
	 [{Application, AppVsn} |
	  {Application, AppVsn, Type} |
	  {Application, AppVsn, IncApps} |
	  {Application, AppVsn, Type, IncApps}]}.

	 * RelName = string() is the name of the release.

	 * Vsn = string() is the version of the release.

	 * EVsn = string() is the version of ERTS the release is intended for.

	 * Application = atom() is the name of an application included in the release.

	 * AppVsn = string() is the version of an application included in the release.

	 * Type = permanent | transient | temporary | load | none is the start type of an  appli-
	   cation included in the release.

	   If  Type  =	permanent  |  transient  | temporary , the application will be loaded and
	   started in the corresponding way, see application(3erl) . If Type = load , the  appli-
	   cation  will  only  be loaded. If Type = none , the application will be neither loaded
	   nor started, although the code for its modules will be loaded. Defaults to permanent

	 * IncApps = [atom()] is a list of applications  that  are  included  by  an  application
	   included in the release.

	   The	list  must  be a subset of the included applications specified in the application
	   resource file ( Application.app ) and overrides this  value.  Defaults  to  the  empty

       The list of applications must contain the kernel and stdlib applications.

       application(3erl), relup(5), systools(3erl)

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