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3 #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
4 # copyall
5 # -------
6 # Copies all of the development files (in the CVS sandbox) to their proper
7 # locations for development and testing.
8 #
9 # Files copied are:
10 # o Web pages.
11 # o PHP library files.
12 # o Standalone scripts.
13 #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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694 //-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
695 PHPLIBSRC="/home/dashley/gpl01/webprojs/fboprime/sw/phplib"
696 #Source for PHP library file copies.
697 #
698 PHPLIBDST="/var/www/php_library/fboprime"
699 #Destination for PHP library file copies.
700 #
701 PHPLIBFILES="config.inc \
702 confighard.inc \
703 crhsh.inc \
704 cslx.inc \
705 datefunc.inc \
706 datefuncx.inc \
707 db.inc \
708 dbx.inc \
709 devel.inc \
710 dt8.inc \
711 dt8x.inc \
712 global.inc \
713 htmlformat.inc \
714 htmlformatx.inc \
715 log.inc \
716 logview.inc \
717 menu.inc \
718 menux.inc \
719 mysql.inc \
720 par.inc \
721 parx.inc \
722 passwd.inc \
723 passwdx.inc \
724 perm.inc \
725 permview.inc \
726 rscs.inc \
727 rscsx.inc \
728 resv.inc \
729 resvx.inc \
730 schedview.inc \
731 sess.inc \
732 sessx.inc \
733 sguid.inc \
734 sid.inc \
735 sidx.inc \
736 sitehashkey.inc \
737 stdformat.inc \
738 stdformatx.inc \
739 stime.inc \
740 stimex.inc \
741 strfunc.inc \
742 t4.inc \
743 timeraw.inc \
744 tod.inc \
745 usrs.inc \
746 usrsx.inc \
747 utime.inc \
748 utimex.inc"
749 #The set of PHP library files to be copied.
750 #
751 #
752 #Copy the PHP library files.
753 #
754 echo "PHP Library Files ..."
755 for fname in ${PHPLIBFILES}
756 do
757 echo -n " Copying "
758 echo -n $fname
759 echo -n " ... "
760 cp ${PHPLIBSRC}/${fname} ${PHPLIBDST}/${fname}
761 echo "done."
762 done
763 #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
764 STANDALONESRC="/home/dashley/gpl01/webprojs/fboprime/sw/standalone"
765 #Source for standalone script copies.
766 #
767 STANDALONEDST="/var/www/php_library/fboprime"
768 #Destination for standalone script copies.
769 #
770 STANDALONEFILES="dbconncheck.php \
771 dbcreate.php \
772 dbdropall.php \
773 dbtestpop.php \
774 sitehashkeygen.php"
775 #The set of standalone scripts to be copied.
776 #
777 #
778 #Copy the standalone scripts.
779 #
780 echo "Standalone scripts ..."
781 for fname in ${STANDALONEFILES}
782 do
783 echo -n " Copying "
784 echo -n $fname
785 echo -n " ... "
786 cp ${STANDALONESRC}/${fname} ${STANDALONEDST}/${fname}
787 chmod +x ${STANDALONEDST}/${fname}
788 echo "done."
789 done
790 #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
791 WEBPAGESRC="/home/dashley/gpl01/webprojs/fboprime/sw/webdir"
792 #Source for web pages.
793 #
794 WEBPAGEDST="/hl/webroots/fboprimedevel_80a/flightschedule"
795 #Destination for web pages.
796 #
797 WEBPAGEFILES="index.php \
798 myresshow.php \
799 resourceadd.php \
800 resourceedit.php \
801 resourcelist.php \
802 resourcerenumber.php \
803 resourceuserperm.php \
804 resourceview.php \
805 schedmonthview.php \
806 schedweekview.php \
807 useredit.php \
808 userlistactive.php \
809 userlistinactive.php \
810 userloginrecovery.php \
811 userpersinfochange.php \
812 userpwchange.php \
813 userview.php \
814 viewdbstats.php \
815 viewresschedlog.php \
816 unittest/index.php \
817 unittest/crhsh.php \
818 unittest/datefunc.php \
819 unittest/db.php \
820 unittest/dt8.php \
821 unittest/par.php \
822 unittest/passwd.php \
823 unittest/perm.php \
824 unittest/permview.php \
825 unittest/sguid.php \
826 unittest/sid.php \
827 unittest/sitehashkeyacc.php \
828 unittest/strfunc.php \
829 unittest/t4.php \
830 unittest/timeraw.php \
831 unittest/tod.php \
832 unittest/utime.php"
833 #The set of web pages to be copied.
834 #
835 #
836 #Copy the web pages.
837 #
838 echo "Web pages ..."
839 for fname in ${WEBPAGEFILES}
840 do
841 echo -n " Copying "
842 echo -n $fname
843 echo -n " ... "
844 cp ${WEBPAGESRC}/${fname} ${WEBPAGEDST}/${fname}
845 echo "done."
846 done
847 #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
848 #End of $RCSfile: copyall,v $
849 #--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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