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autobuild uninstall <br>   ''option'' [''value''] [''option'' [''value'']] ... <br>   [''package'' [''package'' ...]]
 
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Uninstall artifacts installed by the <code>autobuild install</code> command.
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Usage:
      <nowiki>autobuild uninstall [-h] [--config-file INSTALL_FILENAME]</nowiki>
                          <nowiki>[--installed-manifest INSTALLED_FILENAME]</nowiki>
                          <nowiki>[--install-dir INSTALL_DIR] [-n] [-q] [-v] [-d]</nowiki>
                          <nowiki>[package [package ...]]</nowiki>
 
 
Arguments:
Arguments:
* ''package'': List of packages to uninstall.
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:;<nowiki>package</nowiki>
'''Command-Specific Options'''
::<nowiki>List of packages to uninstall. </nowiki>
{| class=lltable border=1
 
|--
Options:
!width=180| Option
:{|border="0" cellpadding="5" style="border-collapse: collapse; border-style: none;"
!width=70| Shortcut
 
!Value
|- style="vertical-align: top;"
!Description
|<nowiki>-h, --help</nowiki>
|<nowiki>show this help message and exit</nowiki>
 
|- style="vertical-align: top;"
|<nowiki>--config-file&nbsp;INSTALL_FILENAME</nowiki>
| <nowiki>The file used to describe what should be installed (defaults to $AUTOBUILD_CONFIG_FILE or "autobuild.xml").</nowiki>
 
|- style="vertical-align: top;"
|<nowiki>--installed-manifest&nbsp;INSTALLED_FILENAME</nowiki>
| <nowiki>The file used to record what is installed.</nowiki>
 
|- style="vertical-align: top;"
|<nowiki>--install-dir&nbsp;INSTALL_DIR</nowiki>
| <nowiki>Where to find the default --installed-manifest file.</nowiki>
 
|- style="vertical-align: top;"
|<nowiki>-n, --dry-run</nowiki>
|<nowiki>run tool in dry run mode if available</nowiki>


|- style="vertical-align: top;"
|<nowiki>-q, --quiet</nowiki>
|<nowiki>minimal output</nowiki>


|- style="vertical-align: top;"
|-  
|<nowiki>-v, --verbose</nowiki>
| --config-file ''filename''
|<nowiki>verbose output</nowiki>
|N/A
| The file used to describe what should be installed (defaults to $AUTOBUILD_CONFIG_FILE or "autobuild.xml").
| Use the specified configuration file.


|- style="vertical-align: top;"
|-  
|<nowiki>-d, --debug</nowiki>
| --installed-manifest ''filename''
|N/A
| The file used to record what is installed.
| Save manifest information to the specified file.


|-
| --install-dir ''directory''
|N/A
| Where to find the default --installed-manifest file.
|
|}
|}


[[Category:Autobuild]]
[[Category:Autobuild]]

Latest revision as of 16:56, 9 March 2011

autobuild uninstall
option [value] [option [value]] ...
[package [package ...]]

Uninstall artifacts installed by the autobuild install command. Arguments:

  • package: List of packages to uninstall.

Standard Options

Option Shortcut Value Description
--debug -d None Display debug output
--dry-run -n None Run tool in dry run mode if available
--help -h None Show help message
--quiet -q None Display minimal output
--verbose -v None Display verbose output

Command-Specific Options

Option Shortcut Value Description


--config-file filename N/A The file used to describe what should be installed (defaults to $AUTOBUILD_CONFIG_FILE or "autobuild.xml"). Use the specified configuration file.
--installed-manifest filename N/A The file used to record what is installed. Save manifest information to the specified file.
--install-dir directory N/A Where to find the default --installed-manifest file.