Definition of the binary system interface between compiled applications and the operating system on which they run.
See application binary interface (ABI).
The location where relocatable objects will be installed. It is defined in the pkginfo file, using the
The time during which a package is being built with the pkgmk command.
A variable that begins with a lowercase letter and is evaluated at build time.
A name that is used to group package objects. See also class action script.
A file that defines a set of actions to be performed on a group of package objects.
A package object that is located relative to a common installation base. See also base directory.
A package that contains both relocatable and absolute path names.
A method of specifying package backward-compatibility.
File that controls how, where, and if a package is to be installed. See information file and installation script.
The right to own and sell intellectual property, such as software, source code, or documentation. Ownership must be stated on the CD-ROM and insert text, whether the copyright is owned by SunSoft, or by another party. Copyright ownership is also acknowledged in SunSoft documentation.
A method of resolving basic package dependencies. See also compver file.
A package that is incompatible with the named package. See also depend file.
A package object that is not restricted to the same directory location as a collectively relocatable object. It is defined using an install variable in the path field in the prototype file, and the installation location is determined via a request script or a checkinstall script.
A file that can define package dependencies, provide a copyright message, or reserve space on a target system.
A script that enables you to provide customized installation procedures for a package.
The time during which a package is being installed with the pkgadd command.
A variable that begins with an uppercase letter and is evaluated at install time.
A collection of files and directories required for a software application.
A short name for a package that is defined via the
PKG parameter in the pkginfo file.
A numerical suffix added to a package abbreviation by the pkgadd command.
A variation of a package, which is determined by combining the definitions of the
VERSION parameters in the pkginfo file for the package.
Another name for an application file that is contained in a package to be installed on a target system.
A path name that includes a variable specification.
A list of patches that affect the current package. This list of patches is recorded in the installed package in the pkginfo file.
A package that depends on the existence of another package. See also depend file.
A script that defines actions that occur at a particular point during package installation and package removal.
A package object defined in a prototype file with a relative path name.
A package object that does not need an absolute path location on a target system. Instead, its location is determined during the installation process. See also collectively relocatable object and individually relocatable object.
A condition when another package depends on the existence of your package. See also depend file.
A package that does not fit on a single volume, such as a floppy disk.
Tape archive retrieval. Solaris command for adding or extracting files from a media.