gpt-config - Configure the current installation of GPT
--help brief help message
--man full documentation
--location location of the GPT installation
--perl location of the perl program
--gtar location of the GNU tar program
--gunzip location of the GNU unzip program
--gmake location of the GNU make program
--rpm location of the rpm program
--rpm location of the rpmbuild program
--license value used for the software license in RPM packages
--vendor value used for the software vendor in RPM packages
--ftpsite value used for the software ftp site in RPM packages
--url value used for the URL for the software in RPM packages
--packager value used for the packager of the RPM packages
--prefix value used for the installation directory of RPM packages
--use-archive-tar Use the Archive::Tar module instead of the system tar program
--list list the current configuration
--probe probe for the various programs that GPT needs
--ignore ignore any missing programs
gpt-config is a runtime configuration script that is used to localize a
GPT installation. GPT uses various programs and packaging parameters
to do its job. These items can be listed and modified by this script.
Configuration information for GPT is stored in the module
$GPT_LOCATION/lib/perl/Grid/GPT/LocalEnv.pm. This module is
regenerated when gpt-config is used to change the configuration.
Specifies the where the source tar files should be untarred and the
code is built.
Location of various programs that GPT uses. These switches will
override any searching done by the -probe switch..
Values that are used by GPT when generating RPM packages. These
values are not configured when the platform does not support RPM.
List the current configuration.
Probe for the various programs that GPT needs. The probe examines
each directory listed in the $PATH variable for these programs.
Skip the probes for a system tar and unzip programs. Use
Archive::Tar module to untar source packages. Using this modules
slows down the build noticably.
Ignore any missing programs and continue with the configuring.
Written by Chase Phillips and Michael Bletzinger.