[wpkg-users] multiple entries for a host in hosts.xml

Stefan Pendl stefan.pendl.71 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 28 22:51:34 CET 2012

Am 28.11.2012 21:07, schrieb k2:
> Hello!
> The order is matter. In simple words - the first occurance wins and all
> others will be ignored.
> You should consider to use "dependends"es  in the profiles.xml level.
> Just change the order of host definition in hosts.xml and add something
> like this to profiles.xml:
>         ....
>         <profile id="javaprofile">
>                 <depends profile-id="common-software" />
>                 <package package-id="bulk-java-package" />
>                 ....
>         </profile>

Starting with WPKG 1.3 it is possible to allow multi-profile-matching, 
see config.xml node "applyMultiple".

In addition you can add this as a command line parameter for testing 
only or if you don't need it as a global setting.

To get the help for wpkg.js I use the following batch script:

cscript "%~dp0\wpkg.js" /help >"%~dp0\wpkg_help.txt"


Stefan P.

A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
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