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/gespac/config/PEAR/PEAR/Command/Channels.xml

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  1<commands version="1.0">
  2 <list-channels>
  3  <summary>List Available Channels</summary>
  4  <function>doList</function>
  5  <shortcut>lc</shortcut>
  6  <options />
  7  <doc>
  8List all available channels for installation.
  9</doc>
 10 </list-channels>
 11 <update-channels>
 12  <summary>Update the Channel List</summary>
 13  <function>doUpdateAll</function>
 14  <shortcut>uc</shortcut>
 15  <options />
 16  <doc>
 17List all installed packages in all channels.
 18</doc>
 19 </update-channels>
 20 <channel-delete>
 21  <summary>Remove a Channel From the List</summary>
 22  <function>doDelete</function>
 23  <shortcut>cde</shortcut>
 24  <options />
 25  <doc>&lt;channel name&gt;
 26Delete a channel from the registry.  You may not
 27remove any channel that has installed packages.
 28</doc>
 29 </channel-delete>
 30 <channel-add>
 31  <summary>Add a Channel</summary>
 32  <function>doAdd</function>
 33  <shortcut>ca</shortcut>
 34  <options />
 35  <doc>&lt;channel.xml&gt;
 36Add a private channel to the channel list.  Note that all
 37public channels should be synced using &quot;update-channels&quot;.
 38Parameter may be either a local file or remote URL to a
 39channel.xml.
 40</doc>
 41 </channel-add>
 42 <channel-update>
 43  <summary>Update an Existing Channel</summary>
 44  <function>doUpdate</function>
 45  <shortcut>cu</shortcut>
 46  <options>
 47   <force>
 48    <shortopt>f</shortopt>
 49    <doc>will force download of new channel.xml if an existing channel name is used</doc>
 50   </force>
 51   <channel>
 52    <shortopt>c</shortopt>
 53    <doc>will force download of new channel.xml if an existing channel name is used</doc>
 54    <arg>CHANNEL</arg>
 55   </channel>
 56  </options>
 57  <doc>[&lt;channel.xml&gt;|&lt;channel name&gt;]
 58Update a channel in the channel list directly.  Note that all
 59public channels can be synced using &quot;update-channels&quot;.
 60Parameter may be a local or remote channel.xml, or the name of
 61an existing channel.
 62</doc>
 63 </channel-update>
 64 <channel-info>
 65  <summary>Retrieve Information on a Channel</summary>
 66  <function>doInfo</function>
 67  <shortcut>ci</shortcut>
 68  <options />
 69  <doc>&lt;package&gt;
 70List the files in an installed package.
 71</doc>
 72 </channel-info>
 73 <channel-alias>
 74  <summary>Specify an alias to a channel name</summary>
 75  <function>doAlias</function>
 76  <shortcut>cha</shortcut>
 77  <options />
 78  <doc>&lt;channel&gt; &lt;alias&gt;
 79Specify a specific alias to use for a channel name.
 80The alias may not be an existing channel name or
 81alias.
 82</doc>
 83 </channel-alias>
 84 <channel-discover>
 85  <summary>Initialize a Channel from its server</summary>
 86  <function>doDiscover</function>
 87  <shortcut>di</shortcut>
 88  <options />
 89  <doc>[&lt;channel.xml&gt;|&lt;channel name&gt;]
 90Initialize a channel from its server and create a local channel.xml.
 91If &lt;channel name&gt; is in the format &quot;&lt;username&gt;:&lt;password&gt;@&lt;channel&gt;&quot; then
 92&lt;username&gt; and &lt;password&gt; will be set as the login username/password for
 93&lt;channel&gt;. Use caution when passing the username/password in this way, as
 94it may allow other users on your computer to briefly view your username/
 95password via the system&#039;s process list.
 96</doc>
 97 </channel-discover>
 98 <channel-login>
 99  <summary>Connects and authenticates to remote channel server</summary>
100  <function>doLogin</function>
101  <shortcut>cli</shortcut>
102  <options />
103  <doc>&lt;channel name&gt;
104Log in to a remote channel server.  If &lt;channel name&gt; is not supplied,
105the default channel is used. To use remote functions in the installer
106that require any kind of privileges, you need to log in first.  The
107username and password you enter here will be stored in your per-user
108PEAR configuration (~/.pearrc on Unix-like systems).  After logging
109in, your username and password will be sent along in subsequent
110operations on the remote server.</doc>
111 </channel-login>
112 <channel-logout>
113  <summary>Logs out from the remote channel server</summary>
114  <function>doLogout</function>
115  <shortcut>clo</shortcut>
116  <options />
117  <doc>&lt;channel name&gt;
118Logs out from a remote channel server.  If &lt;channel name&gt; is not supplied,
119the default channel is used. This command does not actually connect to the
120remote server, it only deletes the stored username and password from your user
121configuration.</doc>
122 </channel-logout>
123</commands>