Policies files are used by
toolwrap to resolve which package holds a given tool name.
Format of these files is fairly simple:
PACKAGE-NAME : TOOL1 [TOOL2 [TOOL3 ...] ]
If you take a look at the policy file created by in the previous example, you should read:
# # toolwrap policy file for package hello-world-1.0 hello-world-1.0: helloworld.sh
This is a sample policy file created for GNU aspell:
# # toolwrap policy file for package aspell-0.60.2 aspell-0.60.2: word-list-compress aspell prezip-bin run-with-aspell aspell-import prezip preunzip precat pspell-config
Comment and empty lines are ignored.
toolwrap read the following files during the package resolution :
This enables user defined policies to override global settings.