rmtoo-normalize-dependencies - requirements management tool: convert dependency notation
rmtoo-normalize-dependencies -f cfgfile [-h] [-m moduledir] reqs_dir
There are currently two ways to describe dependencies: the ’Solved by’ and ’Depends on’ way. Please consult rmtoo-req-format.5 for a detailed discussion.
This tool converts a set of requirements from the old and deprecated ’Depends on’ way to the new ’Solved by’ way of dependency notation.
Please note that the tools overwrites the requirements text files. Please first backup the original files before using this tool.
-f CONFIG_FILE, --file-config=CONFIG_FILE
The directory with the requirements files.
Display a short usage help.
-m MODULES_DIRECTORY, --modules-directory=MODULES_DIRECTORY
The directory where the rmtoo modules can be found. When the program was installed by standard system routines (e.g. as a deb or a rpm package) this option is not necessary. When using rmtoo from the repository or from a release tar ball this must point to the main directory.
reqs_dir The directory of the requirements which will be
rmtoo-normalize-dependencies returns 0 when all commands are successfully completed and a value not equal 0 when there was a problem.
rmtoo(7) - overview of rmtoo including all references to available documentation.
Written by Andreas Florath (email@example.com)
Copyright © 2011 by flonatel (firstname.lastname@example.org). License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later