Provided by: chicken-bin_5.2.0-2_amd64
chicken-uninstall — uninstall extension library
chicken-uninstall [OPTION ...] [NAME ...]
chicken-uninstall removes one or more already installed extension libraries for the CHICKEN Scheme system. PATTERN may be a regular expression naming multiple extensions or just an extension name. The program accepts following arguments: -h, -help Show usage and exit. -version Show version and exit. -force Don't ask, just delete whatever matches. -match Treat NAME as a glob pattern. -s, -sudo Use external program to elevate privileges for deleting files. The program defaults to sudo(8) but can be overridden with SUDO environment variable. -host When cross-compiling, only uninstall host extensions. -target When cross-compiling, only uninstall target extensions.
The following environment variables change the behaviour of chicken-uninstall: CHICKEN_INSTALL_REPOSITORY The path where extension libraries are installed. Defaults to the package library path selected during configuration (usually /var/lib/chicken/<binary-version>). SUDO The command to execute when using -s flag in command. If not provided, defaults to sudo(8).
The chicken-uninstall utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.
chicken(1), chicken-install(1), chicken-status(1) More information can be found in the CHICKEN User's Manual: http://wiki.call- cc.org/manual/index.
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