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Re: [UnixTree]

Posted By: CHIKH <>
Date: Jul-9-2001 11:56 p.m.

In Response To: Re: [UnixTree] (Mathias Winkler)

> You can ! Download and install "purp" from:

> and then add these lines/entries to your $XTHOME/xt.mnu
> file (the UnixTree Application menu resource):

> RPM:Purp on current directory:Any:Any:Any:Any:Any:/usr/local/sbin/purp $D
> RPM:Purp on current directory *as_root*:Any:Any:Any:Any:Any:su -c
> '/usr/local/sbin/purp $D'

> Obviously you have have to adjust the path-to-purp dirnames.

> This is a great example of how you can extend UnixTree with an virtual
> unlimited number of new functions !

> Also, for example, I'm using this nice little xt.mnu entry to easily
> just *test* an RPM installtion before actually installing it:

> RPM:Test install of current RPM file:Any:Any:Any:Any:Any:rpm -i -vv
> --test $F; pause

> Note: "pause" is some silly lines of a bash script I wrote,
> in order to prevent the screen being cleared before you got a chance
> to view the respective programs stdout messages.
> In case you need advice, just mail me!

> Best regards
> Mathias Winkler

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