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Pattern Metadata YaST

Şuraya atla: kullan, ara

Pattern (.pat) files

Attributes of Patterns

  • Name, Version, Release, Architecture
    The architecture restricts the pattern to systems supporting this architecture but no better architecture.
  • Summary, Description
    A short and a long user-readable explanation
  • Group
    A group (or category) this pattern belongs to. Used when displaying patterns in a tree-like widget to the user.
  • Sort oder
    How to order the presentation of multiple pattern within the same group
  • Requires, Provides, Obsoletes, Conflicts, Recommends, Suggests, ...
    Targetting other patterns or packages.

Syntax of pattern files

Pattern files are very similar to Selections but have a different file name extension .pat (instead of .sel) They also don't have language specific information.

Keyword Value Comment
=Ver: Syntax version Minimal parser version needed to parse this file.
Should be set to 5.0 for Code10
=Pat: name version release architecture All four values are mandatory
=Sum: summary one line label in default language
=Sum.lang: summary one line language specific label
+Des:
-Des:
description Multi line description in default language
+Des.lang:
-Des.lang:
description Multi line description, language specific
=Cat: category one line user-visible category grouping different patterns (in default language)
=Cat.lang: summary one line language specific category
=Ico: icon icon name
if no icon name is specified, the pattern name will be used instead (with blanks in the name replaced by underscores "_")
".png" will be appended, if there is no ".png" or ".jpg" extension
if no path is specified, icons are looked up in the theme icon path (first /usr/share/YaST2/theme/current/icons/32x32/apps/, then /usr/share/YaST2/theme/current/icons/48x48/apps/)
relative paths are assumed to be relative to the theme path (/usr/share/YaST2/theme/current/)
absolute paths are allowed, too
=Vis: visibility visibility of selection (for user interface)
=Ord: ordering order of selection (for user interface)
This three-digit-integer-value defines the order of the selection when listing multiple patterns in the user interface
+Req:
-Req:
pattern patterns required for installation
+Prv:
-Prv:
pattern patterns provided
+Con:
-Con:
pattern patterns conflicting
+Obs:
-Obs:
pattern patterns obsoleted
+Rec:
-Rec:
pattern recommended patterns
+Sup:
-Sup:
pattern supplemented patterns
+Sug:
-Sug:
pattern suggested patterns
+Prq:
-Prq:
packages list list of required (must) packages to install
(see below)
+Prc:
-Prc:
packages list list of recommended (should) packages to install
+Psg:
-Psg:
packages list list of suggested (may) packages to install
+Fre:
-Fre:
pattern freshened patterns