kdesrc-build-setup man page
kdesrc-build-setup — Creates a ~/.kdesrc-buildrc configuration file for kdesrc-build(1).
The kdesrc-build-setup command is used to generate a simple configuration file for kdesrc-build(1).
It requires the dialog(1) script be available, and Perl (just like kdesrc-build).
No command line options are accepted. The operation of the program is instead driven through dialog-style prompts to gather the data required to generate the configuration file. The configuration file can be saved to a location other than ~/.kdesrc-buildrc.
No command line options are supported for this command.
- Anything else
Either there was an I/O failure of some type (invalid permissions, disk full, etc.), or the user canceled the program by pressing ESC during a dialog.
Used for tilde-expansion of file names, and is the default base for the source, build, and installation directories.
The dialog(1) program is required for the operation of this script and may obey environment variables of its own.
~/.kdesrc-buildrc - Default global configuration file, generated by default by this script. If the file already exists, the existing file is moved to ~/.kdesrc-buildrc~ as a backup before generating the configuration.
The file generated by this script can be saved to a different name instead.
See http://bugs.kde.org/. Be sure to search against the kdesrc-build product.
kdesrc-buildrc-sample file (if included with your kdesrc-build distribution).
Main web site: http://kdesrc-build.kde.org/
Copyright (C) 2011 Michael Pyne.
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