The location of users' home directories, default /home/.
A list of applications in the database. Multiple versions of the same
program should be listed individually.
The name of this application, including version information
that SoftEnv should use. This is a workaround of a limitation
of LCFG lists, that prevents periods and hyphens from
appearing in the list of applications itself.
The group this application belongs to. This is most useful for
grouping multiple versions of the same application.
The path elements which should be added to a user's PATH to include
this application's executable.
The path elements which should be added to a user's MANPATH to include
this application's documentation.
The path elements which should be added to a user's LIBPATH to include
the libraries needed by this application.
The path elements which should be added to a user's CLASSPATH to
include the Java classes needed by this application.
The flags which apply to this application. See the SoftEnv
administrators manual for a discussion of their meanings.
A list of applications which should be defined as pointers to some
other application. This is most useful to provide aliasing, eg an
Emacs pointer that identifies a particular version of Emacs.
The names of each pointer. This is a workaround for a limitation
in LCFG preventing the use of hyphens and periods in lists.
The application with which a particular pointer should be identified.
This should be the application's name (including the correct
hyphens and periods).
A list of macros that will be defined in the administrator file.
At the least you should have a macro whose name is "default"
since this is normally added to every user's .soft file when they
login to a SoftEnv system for the first time.
The name for each of the macros. The presence of this resource
is a workaround for limitations in LCFG on the presence of hyphen
and period characters in list entries.
A list of applications (in their normal hyphen and period rich form)
that will be added to this macro definition.
A list of users whose ".soft" file will be managed by the component.
The list of applications a given user wants in their ".soft" file.
These should be the proper names (including hyphens and periods)
rather than the truncated forms used in other lists.