Hi, There has been some progress around "vdrctl".
Am 08.02.2015 um 15:05 schrieb Lars Hanisch: [...] > vdrctl > ------ > > What I like to see in the future is a tool "vdrctl" which will add/remove > those symlinks or list the available or > actived plugins etc. I would like to only specify an API for this tool, so > every distribution can develop its own tool. > Of course there can be a reference implementation like a simple shell-, Perl- > or Python-script. > > In the following ARGSDIR is the configured conf.d path in your Make.config > (or read by pkg-config). > AVAILDIR is ARGSDIR/../conf.avail if not another directory is given. > Filenames are the names of the files without their directory. > > Usage: > vdrctl [global options] command [command options] > > Global options: > --argsdir=<directory> > read files from <directory> instead of ARGSDIR > --availdir=<directory> > read files from <directory> instead of ARGSDIR/../conf.avail > > Commands: > > list > (without options) > print a sorted list of all configuration files from AVAILDIR > > --enabled > print a sorted list of all configuration files from ARGSDIR > > --disabled > print a sorted list of all configuration files from AVAILDIR which are not > symlinked to ARGSDIR > > enable <filename> > create a symlink in ARGSDIR pointing to the file in AVAILDIR > > disable <filename> > remove the symlink in ARGSDIR > > edit <filename> > start an editor so the user can add/remove options to the file in AVAILDIR Added a new command: status print a list of all available configuration files and if it's enabled (symlinked), disabled (no symlink in ARGSDIR) or static (regular file in ARGSDIR). A reference implementation has been started on github: https://github.com/CReimer/vdrctl For the next vdr developer release I will send a patch so it will possible to print the commandline help of a single plugin instead of having the help of vdr and the given plugin. And maybe the help will have a (selectable) custom format, so it can be directly used in a conf-file. In the extended_edit-branch this help is embedded into the conf-file when invoking "vdrctl edit" (and is removed before saving it, just like git or mercurial are doing it with commit messages). A kind of useful tool, if you have made the work and split all the parameters across some files. Stay tuned... Lars. _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr