pdcheck - check Product Definition file(s)
pdcheck [-t] [pd_file [product_root]]
The command pdcheck tests if the contents of the PD file and the
product directory correspond. With qualifier -t, the command tests all
PD files in subdirectories to pd_file. pdcheck lists file names in the
PD file(s) that have no corresponding file in the product directory.
It also lists the files in the product directory that are not defined
or have several definitions in the PD file(s).
Internally, pcopy is used to extract the contents of the PD file(s)
without actually copying any files.
Product Definition file. If not specified, and the environment
variable SDE_PD is undefined, the command prompts for the
Product root directory. If not specified, the environment
variable PRODUCT_ROOT must be defined.
-t Search subdirectories to pdfile, to find all PD files. Option
used with command pcopy.
The environment variable SDE_PD defines the PD file name. The
environment variable PRODUCT_ROOT defines the destination root
pdcheck /aut/km/ex_system/2.2-0/ex_prod.pd /ipa/products/ex_prod/2.2-0
Note. In this example, the PD file specified as parameter 1 consists
of include directives, so option -t should not be used.