Manual Reference Pages - PKGINSTALL (1)
pkginstall - install a Ch package from the current directory
ch pkginstall.ch [-u] [-d directory] package
pkginstall installs a package in the current directory
into the Ch Package directory CHHOME/package and copies required
header files in package/include into the CHHOME/toolkit/include directory.
If the package is not installed in the Ch package directory, instead,
in a directory specificied in the command line,
it will modify _ipath and _ppath in .chrc in Unix or _chrc
in Windows in the user home directory.
During installation, an installation file is created under the
CHHOME/package/installed directory with a list of the
installed directories and files. This program can also
unistall a Ch Package by removing header files installed
into the CHHOME/toolkit/include directory and the package
in the CHHOME/package directory based on the corresponding
package file in CHHOME/package/installed directory.
uninstall a Ch Package
-d directory ||
directory to install this package
pkginstall.ch -u chpng
pkgcreate.ch in the distributed package.
|pkginstall 1.0 ||PKGINSTALL (1) ||March 14, 2005 |
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