The QPG:Rule line(s) inside a QPG:Add element defines:
(1) The type of search to perform (search=“pattern”) is the default, meaning
that whatever argument you specify must match against the filename.
(search=“path”) means it has to match using ‘/’ as a special delimiter (see
docs for fnmatch for how this works).
(2) What argument to apply (argument=“regexp/filename”).
(3) What to do when a match is found (match=“stop”) says to stop processing
rules, (match=“skip”) indicates that control will not go to the next rule
(see below), (match=“exclude”) stops rule processing and removes this file
from the list of files to be packaged.
(4) If you selected (match=“skip”), then you also specify to which rule the
processing should skip. You can put (skip=“3”) to skip the next 3 rules, or
(skip=“config”) tells it to move to the first rule in this block with a
(label=“config”) matching attribute.
Rules are normally used only with (type=“tree”) Add lines, so that you can
define how to handle certain types of files within a tree of files to be
packaged. The QPG:Rule line is documented at the end of this document
For the industry-oriented topics, why don’t you suggest some new ones and
I’ll try to add them for the next release (no promises, okay?) Maybe you
could generate some gif icons too, just like the ones in