Commit ea5213d6 authored by gsell's avatar gsell
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trailing white-space removed in modulecmd.bash.in

parent c4170719
......@@ -100,7 +100,7 @@ trap 'save_env ${g_shell} GroupDepths UsedReleases UseFlags UsedGroups PMODULES_
# get release of module
# Note:
# - the release of a modulefile outside ${PMODULES_ROOT} is 'stable'
# - the release of a modulefile inside ${PMODULES_ROOT} without a
# - the release of a modulefile inside ${PMODULES_ROOT} without a
# coresponding release file is 'unstable'
#
# Args:
......@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ get_release() {
# read releasefile, remove empty lines, spaces etc
local -r data=$( < "${releasefile}" )
std::upvar $1 "${data}"
else
else
std::upvar $1 'unstable'
fi
return 0
......@@ -246,7 +246,7 @@ subcommand_generic1plus() {
##############################################################################
#
# load [-fsvw] <module>
#
#
# $1: module to load
#
Subcommands[add]='load'
......@@ -257,7 +257,7 @@ USAGE:
module add modulefile...
module load modulefile...
Load modulefile(s) into the shell environment. Loading a
'group-head' will extend the MODULEPATH. E.g.: loading a
'group-head' will extend the MODULEPATH. E.g.: loading a
compiler makes additional modules like openmpi and libraries
compiled with this compiler available.
'
......@@ -269,7 +269,7 @@ subcommand_load() {
local prefix=''
local m=''
local saved_IFS="${IFS}";
local saved_IFS="${IFS}";
IFS=':'
local -a modulepath=(${MODULEPATH})
IFS=${saved_IFS}
......@@ -311,8 +311,8 @@ subcommand_load() {
# prefix of the module to ${array[1]}.
#
# The trick with the first line matching "_PREFIX" is not
# 100% reliable: One of the Pmodules extensions must be
# called before something like
# 100% reliable: One of the Pmodules extensions must be
# called before something like
# setenv FOO_PREFIX bar
# can be used.
#
......@@ -488,7 +488,7 @@ subcommand_load() {
# :FIXME: Not sure whether this is now correct!
# The idea is to supress the error messages from the Tcl modulecmd, but not
# the output to stderr coded in a modulefile.
local error=$( < "${tmpfile}")
if [[ "${error}" =~ ":ERROR:" ]]; then
local s=${error%%$'\n'*}
......@@ -699,14 +699,14 @@ USAGE:
is searched for modulefiles whose pathname match the argument.
This command does *not* display all installed modules on the
system. Only *loadable* modules are listed. The list of
system. Only *loadable* modules are listed. The list of
available modules may change either by loading other modules,
e.g. a compiler, or with the sub-command 'use'.
SWITCHES:
-a|--all||--all-releases
List all available modules independend of the release.
-t|--terse
Output in short format.
......@@ -724,7 +724,7 @@ subcommand_avail() {
# use this variable in the output functions
local -a mods=()
local dir=''
# get number of columns of terminal
cols=$(tput cols)
......@@ -861,7 +861,7 @@ subcommand_avail() {
if (( ${#pattern[@]} == 0 )); then
pattern+=( '' )
fi
local saved_IFS=${IFS};
local saved_IFS=${IFS};
IFS=':'
local -a modulepath=(${MODULEPATH})
IFS=${saved_IFS}
......@@ -913,14 +913,14 @@ get_group_depths () {
# re-scan available groups.
#
# Note:
# Removing groups is not supported for the time being. Be aware, that
# Removing groups is not supported for the time being. Be aware, that
# a user might have a module loaded from this group. This cannot be checked.
#
# $1: root of modulefile hierarchy
rescan_groups() {
local -r root="$1"
{
cd "${root}"
cd "${root}"
# for some unknown reason [A-Z]* doesn't work with some bash versions
for group in [ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ]*; do
if [[ -z "${GroupDepths[${group}]}" ]]; then
......@@ -948,7 +948,7 @@ USAGE:
prepended or appended to the module search path. The default
is to prepend the directory.
With a group as argument, the modules in this group will
With a group as argument, the modules in this group will
be made available.
With a release as argument, this modules with this release
......@@ -962,7 +962,7 @@ SWITCHES:
subcommand_use() {
local -r subcommand='use'
local saved_IFS=${IFS};
local saved_IFS=${IFS};
IFS=':'
local -a modulepath=(${MODULEPATH})
IFS=${saved_IFS}
......@@ -983,7 +983,7 @@ subcommand_use() {
std::info "\t${_group}\n"
fi
done
std::info "\nUsed releases:\n"
for r in ${UsedReleases//:/ }; do
std::info "\t${r}\n"
......@@ -1032,7 +1032,7 @@ subcommand_use() {
if is_release "${arg}"; then
# releases are always *appended*
std::append_path UsedReleases "${arg}"
elif [[ "${arg}" =~ "flag=" ]]; then
std::append_path UseFlags "${arg/flag=}"
......@@ -1138,33 +1138,33 @@ subcommand_unuse() {
fi
std::remove_path UsedGroups "${arg}"
std::remove_path MODULEPATH "${modulefiles_dir}"
elif [[ -d ${arg} ]]; then
# argument is a modulepath
local normalized_dir=$(cd "${arg}" && pwd)
std::remove_path MODULEPATH "${normalized_dir}"
elif [[ ${arg} =~ ^${PMODULES_ROOT} ]]; then
# argument looks like a group in our root
std::die 3 "%s %s: %s -- %s\n." \
"${CMD}" "${subcommand}" \
"illegal directory" \
"${arg}"
else
# oops
std::die 3 "%s %s: %s -- %s\n" \
"${CMD}" "${subcommand}" \
"not a valid argument" \
"${arg}"
fi
shift
done
g_env_must_be_saved='yes'
export_env "${g_shell}" 'MODULEPATH'
}
local -a args=()
while (( $# > 0)); do
case "$1" in
......@@ -1431,7 +1431,7 @@ USAGE:
Search installed modules. If an argument is given, search
for modules whose name match the argument.
SWITCHES:
SWITCHES:
--no-header
Suppress output of a header.
......@@ -1442,7 +1442,7 @@ SWITCHES:
-a|--all-releases
Search within all releases.
--with=STRING
Search for modules compiled with modules matching string. The
command
......@@ -1559,7 +1559,7 @@ subcommand_search() {
print_result "${tmpfile}"
rm -f "${tmpfile}"
}
while (( $# > 0 )); do
case $1 in
-H | --help )
......@@ -1624,11 +1624,11 @@ subcommand_search() {
if [[ -z "${src_prefix}" ]]; then
src_prefix="${PMODULES_ROOT}"
fi
if [[ "${opt_use_releases}" == ":" ]]; then
opt_use_releases=":${UsedReleases}:"
fi
if [[ ${#modules[@]} == 0 ]]; then
modules+=( '' )
fi
......@@ -1781,7 +1781,7 @@ USAGE:
.zlogin(.ext)
If a 'module load' line is found in any of these files, the
modulefile(s) is(are) appended to any existing list of
modulefile(s) is(are) appended to any existing list of
modulefiles. The 'module load' line must be located in at
least one of the files listed above for any of the 'init'
sub-commands to work properly. If the 'module load' line
......
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