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alibcp - copy a sublibrary
alibcp [-hF] SourceSublibrary TargetSublibrary
The alibcp command copies one sublibrary to another.
- Requests help for the command. If it is specified, all other options and parameters (except possibly erroneous ones) are ignored.
- Indicates that if TargetSublibrary already exists, the command should overwrite TargetSublibrary without prompting you for verification.
- If the
-Foption is not specified and the TargetSublibrary exists, you are prompted to confirm that you really want to perform the copy. The prompt is:
Replace sublibrary TargetSublibrary?
- The response is read from standard input. If you reply with "
ye", or "
yes" in any case and with optional leading or trailing blanks, the copy proceeds. Any other response ends the copy and leaves the target untouched.
- The name of the sublibrary to be copied. If it is not in the current directory, specify its name as either a relative or absolute path name.
- The name of the sublibrary to which SourceSublibrary is to be copied. If it is not in the current directory, specify its name as either a relative or absolute path name.
the alibcp program
Below is a list of the possible values returned by alibcp. Refer to Return Codes for Commands for details about the meaning of these return s.
0, 1, 3, 10, 99
- This must be defined and indicate the powerada/ada95 directory in the PowerAda installation.
- See Problems and Questions at the beginning of this Appendix.