top: Add a top line to the boilerplate
Boilerplate can sometimes have an initial line that gives a short description of the file. The
top command is used to specify that "top" line of the current working boilerplate:
$ licensing top "frcode.c: front-compress a sorted list" Added.
Subsequent calls of the
top command will override previous calls. The idea here is to iterate through each source file, and calling
apply-ing the boilerplate.
top command without any arguments displays the top line in the current working boilerplate:
$ licensing top frcode.c: front-compress a sorted list
The --remove option will remove the top line from the current working boilerplate.
The --quiet option prevents the ‘Added.’ or ‘Removed.’ message from being displayed.