PLN(5) File Formats Manual PLN(5)

pln
progressive label notation

Progressive Label Notation is a configuration format used by rset(1), and is designed to be evaluated sequentially. pln supports options defined by key=value pairs and text fragments designated by tab indentation
interpreter=/bin/sh -x 
 
packages: 
	pkg_add -I nginx ruby 
	ln -sf /usr/local/bin/ruby25 /usr/local/bin/ruby 
	ln -sf /usr/local/bin/irb25 /usr/local/bin/irb 
 
interpreter= 
 
services: 
	./rinstall mail/smtpd_relay.conf /etc/mail/smtpd.conf \ 
	    && rcctl restart smtpd 
 
# vim:ts=4:syntax=sh

Each option may be set multiple times, and is effective for labels that follow. Reset an option to the implementation-defined default using ‘=’ without a value.

Label names do not need to be unique and may contain any series of characters except for single and douple quotes. A series of pathnames for use by the application may be specified after the ‘:’.

Comments begin with a hash (‘#’) character, and can only be used the beginning of a line.
November 7, 2018 OpenBSD 6.4