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On Jul 16, 2007, at 3:29 PM, Eric MSP Veith wrote:
> I'm using a patched version of bash to get executables and
> functions required
> for running a shell script, which works well. However, creating
> doesn't seem to be possible that way, and /usr/lib/rpm/
> executabledeps.sh is
> not really a help:
> case $1 in
> - -P|--provides)
> cat > /dev/null
> exit 0
> Is there any way to automatically create a list of exectuable() and
Depends on what you are expecting.
is exactly the files with executable bit set found in directories
included in PATH.
The implementation in rpm does that search at install time, not at
You seem to want (because you're looking at executabledeps.sh used by
to want to automagically generate dependencies to be added to packaging.
That's not what the executable(...) dependency name space was
and the only implementation atm uses access(2) as a run-time probe
the file system, not against added package file lists.
73 de Jeff
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Received on Mon Jul 16 21:55:36 2007