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PROGRAM:

NAME


aegis new project - create a new project

SYNOPSIS


aegis -New_PRoject project-name [ option... ]
aegis -New_PRoject -List [ option... ]
aegis -New_PRoject -Help

DESCRIPTION


The aegis -New_PRoject command is used to create a new project. The project is created
as an empty directory structure with no staff except the administrator, no changes, and
branches to implement the version specified.

Please note: unless you specify a version (see the -version option, below) this command
will default to creating branches to support version 1.0. If you discovered this too
late, all is not lost: you can use the aenbru(1) command to get rid of the branches you
didn't want.

Directory
The project directory, under which the project baseline and history and state and change
data are kept, will be created at this time. If the -DIRectory option is not given, the
project directory will be created in the directory specified by the default_project_‐
directory field of aeuconf(5), or if not set in current user's home directory; in either
case with the same name as the project.

Staff
The project is created with the current user and group as the owning user and group. The
current user is an administrator for the project. The project has no developers,
reviewers, integrators or other administrators. The project's umask is derived from the
current user's umask, but guaranteeing that group members will have access and that only
the project owner will have write access.

Pointer
The project pointer will be added to the first element of the search path, or
/var/lib/aegis if no path is set. If this is inappropriate, use the -LIBrary option to
explicitly set the desired location. See the -LIBrary option for more information.

Version
You may specify the project version in two ways:

1. The version number may be implicit in the project name, in which case the version
numbers will be stripped off. For example, “aenpr example.1.2” will create a project
called “example” with branch number 1 created, and sub-branch 2 of branch 1 created.

2. The version number may be stated explicitly, in which case it will be subdivided for
branch numbers. For example, “aenpr example -version 1.2” will create a project
called “example” with branch number 1 created, and sub-branch 2 of branch 1 created.

In each case, these branches may be named wherever a project name may be given, such as
“-p example.1” and “-p example-1.2”. The actual punctuation character is unimportant.

You may have any depth of version numbers you like. Both methods of specifying version
numbers may be used, and they will be combined. If you want no version numbers at all,
use -version with a single dash as the argument, as in “-version -”

If no version number is given, either explicitly or implicitly, version 1.0 is used.

Project Directory Location
Please Note: Aegis also consults the underlying file system, to determine its notion of
maximum file size. Where the file system's maximum file size is less than
maximum_filename_length, the filesystem wins. This can happen, for example, when you are
using the Linux UMSDOS file system, or when you have an NFS mounted an ancient V7
filesystem. Setting maximum_filename_length to 255 in these cases does not alter the
fact that the underlying file systems limits are far smaller (12 and 14, respectively).

If your development directories (or your whole project) is on filesystems with filename
limitations, or a portion of the heterogeneous builds take place in such an environment,
it helps to tell Aegis what they are (using the project config file's fields) so that you
don't run into the situation where the project builds on the more permissive
environments, but fails with mysterious errors in the more limited environments.

If your development directories are routinely on a Linux UMSDOS filesystem, you would
probably be better off setting dos_filename_required = true, and also changing the
development_directory_template field. Heterogeneous development with various Windows
environments may also require this.

OPTIONS


The following options are understood:

-DIRectory path
This option may be used to specify which directory is to be used. It is an error
if the current user does not have appropriate permissions to create the directory
path given. This must be an absolute path.

Caution: If you are using an automounter do not use `pwd` to make an absolute
path, it usually gives the wrong answer.

-Edit
Edit the attributes with a text editor, this is usually more convenient than
supplying a text file. The VISUAL and then EDITOR environment variables are
consulted for the name of the editor to use; defaults to vi(1) if neither is set.
See the visual_command and editor_command fields in aeuconf(1) for how to
override this specifically for Aegis.

Warning: Aegis tries to be well behaved when faced with errors, so the temporary
file is left in your home directory where you can edit it further and re-use it
with a -file option.

The -edit option may not be used in the background, or when the standard input is
not a terminal.

-Edit_BackGround
Edit the attributes with a dumb text editor, this is most often desired when edit
commands are being piped into the editor via the standard input. Only the EDITOR
environment variable is consulted for the name of the editor to use; it is a
fatal error if it is not set. See the editor_command field in aeuconf(1) for how
to override this specifically for Aegis.

-File filename
Take the attributes from the specified file. The filename `-' is understood to
mean the standard input.

-Help
This option may be used to obtain more information about how to use the aegis
program.

-Keep This option may be used to re-attach a project detached using aermpr -keep and
possibly moved by the system administrator.

-LIBrary abspath
This option may be used to specify a directory to be searched for global state
files and user state files. (See aegstate(5) and aeustate(5) for more
information.) Several library options may be present on the command line, and
are search in the order given. Appended to this explicit search path are the
directories specified by the AEGIS_PATH environment variable (colon separated),
and finally, /usr/local/lib/aegis is always searched. All paths specified,
either on the command line or in the AEGIS_PATH environment variable, must be
absolute.

-List
This option may be used to obtain a list of suitable subjects for this command.
The list may be more general than expected.

-TERse
This option may be used to cause listings to produce the bare minimum of
information. It is usually useful for shell scripts.

-Verbose
This option may be used to cause aegis to produce more output. By default aegis
only produces output on errors. When used with the -List option this option
causes column headings to be added.

-VERSion number
This option may be used to specify the version number for the project. Version
numbers are implemented as branches. Use a single dash (“-”) as the argument if
you want no version branches created.

-Wait This option may be used to require Aegis commands to wait for access locks, if
they cannot be obtained immediately. Defaults to the user's lock_wait_preference
if not specified, see aeuconf(5) for more information.

-No_Wait
This option may be used to require Aegis commands to emit a fatal error if access
locks cannot be obtained immediately. Defaults to the user's
lock_wait_preference if not specified, see aeuconf(5) for more information.

See also aegis(1) for options common to all aegis commands.

All options may be abbreviated; the abbreviation is documented as the upper case letters,
all lower case letters and underscores (_) are optional. You must use consecutive
sequences of optional letters.

All options are case insensitive, you may type them in upper case or lower case or a
combination of both, case is not important.

For example: the arguments "-project, "-PROJ" and "-p" are all interpreted to mean the
-Project option. The argument "-prj" will not be understood, because consecutive
optional characters were not supplied.

Options and other command line arguments may be mixed arbitrarily on the command line,
after the function selectors.

The GNU long option names are understood. Since all option names for aegis are long,
this means ignoring the extra leading '-'. The "--option=value" convention is also
understood.

RECOMMENDED ALIAS


The recommended alias for this command is
csh% alias aenpr 'aegis -npr \!* -v'
sh$ aenpr(){aegis -npr "$@" -v}

ERRORS


It is an error if the project name already exists.
It is an error if the project directory already exists.
It is an error if the current user does not have sufficient permissions to create the
directory specified with the -DIRectory option.

EXIT STATUS


The aegis command will exit with a status of 1 on any error. The aegis command will only
exit with a status of 0 if there are no errors.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES


See aegis(1) for a list of environment variables which may affect this command. See
aepconf(5) for the project configuration file's project_specific field for how to set
environment variables for all commands executed by Aegis.

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