ksverdiff man page

ksverdiff — display the differences in kickstart syntax

Synopsis

ksverdiff [-f | --from FROMVER] [-t | --to TOVER]

Description

ksverdiff is a program that takes two versions of kickstart syntax and lists the differences between them. It will generate a list of options added to every command since FROMVER, a list of commands added since FROMVER, a list of commands deprecated since FROMVER, and a list of commands removed since FROMVER.

Exit Status

ksverdiff returns 0 on success, and 1 if either FROMVER or TOVER are invalid.

Options

-f | --from FROMVER
The version of kickstart syntax to start with. In other words, this is the lower bound version.
-t | --TO TOVER
The version of kickstart syntax to end with. In other words, this is the upper bound version.

See Also

ksflatten (1), ksvalidator (1)

Referenced By

ksflatten(1), ksshell(1), ksvalidator(1).