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dbconfig-generate-include - generate custom format db include files
dbconfig-generate-include [-hv] [-f format] [-o options] [-a] [-d[varname]] [-u[varname]] [-p[varname]] [-s[varname]] [-P[varname]] [-t[varname]] [-C[commentstr]] [-O owner[:group]] [-m mode] [-U] infile [outfile]
dbconfig-generate-include is a program to generate custom format include files containing the information necessary to connect a program to a database resource.
infile use the given dbconfig-common config file as input outfile use the given file as input (default: stdout) -f|--format use the given output format (default: sh) -o|--options pass options specific to an output format in a semicolon seperated list. see OUTPUT FORMATS/OPTIONS for more information. -a|--all include all information in output (default) -d|--dbname include the dbname in the output -p|--dbpass include the dbpass in the output -s|--dbserver include the dbserver in the output -P|--dbport include the dbport in the output -u|--dbuser include the dbuser in the output -t|--dbtype include the dbtype in the output -C|--comment "comment out" any unset variables, using a string appropriate comment string for the programming language in question. can be overridden with an optional parameter as an arbitrary comment. -O|--owner set the owner:group of the output file -m|--mode set the permissions on the output file -U|--ucf register the outputfile with ucf -h|--help display this helpful message -v|--version output the version and exit
format is one of a list of include-file style formats for various programming languages. the current list includes: sh /bin/sh style include file. perl perl parseable include file. php php parseable include file. template a file which contains a series of fields to be replaced with actual values. all substitutable fields consist of the underlying dbc_ variable name capitalized and surrounded with underscores. for example: _DBC_DBUSER_. options: template_infile (path to input file containing template) cpp c-style header file, using #define'd constants.