streamline build scripts
diff --git a/releng.control/commonVariations.shsource b/releng.control/commonVariations.shsource
index 6923971..8d6ee5e 100644
--- a/releng.control/commonVariations.shsource
+++ b/releng.control/commonVariations.shsource
@@ -4,24 +4,24 @@
 # though there is a similar one (with same name) in main
 # directory that is.
 
-# If "local" users have this file on their path, 
-# that is, in "someDirectory" on the users local path, 
+# If "local" users have this file on their path,
+# that is, in "someDirectory" on the users local path,
 # then the bash "include source" function will find that version
 # first, instead of the "standard" eclipse production one.
 
-# this file is intentionally named "shsource" to denote this is intended to 
-# be included in other sh files, with "source" command, not 
-# executed on its own. 
+# this file is intentionally named "shsource" to denote this is intended to
+# be included in other sh files, with "source" command, not
+# executed on its own.
 
-# Some things _have_ to go in this file, instead of being an ant property, 
-# since they may be used outside the contect of ant (or, before ant get's started). 
-# as one example, anything used directly in the cc_config.xml file has to be 
-# provided as environment variable, since it can not import ant property files 
+# Some things _have_ to go in this file, instead of being an ant property,
+# since they may be used outside the contect of ant (or, before ant get's started).
+# as one example, anything used directly in the cc_config.xml file has to be
+# provided as environment variable, since it can not import ant property files
 # like most ant project files can.
 
 export BUILD_HOME=/shared/webtools
 
-# the following does not really vary, but must be specified "early" 
+# the following does not really vary, but must be specified "early"
 export RELENG_CONTROL=${BUILD_HOME}/releng.control
 
 export DISPLAY=127.0.0.1:1.0
@@ -39,14 +39,14 @@
 export BASEARCH=ppc
 
 # no local build properties, for production builds
-# for local builds, this should be set to a real directory, 
+# for local builds, this should be set to a real directory,
 # so meaningful properties can be set for that local machine.
 # See the 'localBuildExample' directory for a starting example
 export LOCAL_BUILD_PROPERTIES_DIR=
 
-# note: buildmaster email address should be "real" address 
-# that is subscribed to the mailing list, if you want to send 
-# mail to mailing list. 
+# note: buildmaster email address should be "real" address
+# that is subscribed to the mailing list, if you want to send
+# mail to mailing list.
 export BUILD_BUILDMASTER_EMAIL=david_williams@us.ibm.com
 
 export BUILD_BUILDMASTER_RETURN_NAME=wtpBuild
@@ -59,42 +59,42 @@
 export USE_LOGGER=false
 
 #contols ANT's quietness level
-# true logs error and warnings only 
+# true logs error and warnings only
 export USE_QUIET=false
 
 # controls ANT's debug level
 # setting to true will result in TONS of ouput
 export USE_DEBUG=false
 
-# should be true for production, false for local. 
-# it can be set to true for local builds, but then the 
+# should be true for production, false for local.
+# it can be set to true for local builds, but then the
 # properties in upload.properties need to be set to valid values.
 export BUILD_UPLOAD=true
 
-# if true, locally existing maps will be used as is, instead of being 
-# checked out afresh. Set to false for production builds, so maps are 
+# if true, locally existing maps will be used as is, instead of being
+# checked out afresh. Set to false for production builds, so maps are
 # always fresh.
 export USE_LOCAL_MAPS=false
 
-# normally, cvs logging output can be "really quiet", but if problems, then it can be turned back on 
+# normally, cvs logging output can be "really quiet", but if problems, then it can be turned back on
 # to get more potentially diagnostic information
 # TODO: if both of these are 'true' and error is generated by cvs ...
-# saying you can't set both to true.  
-# we could put in some logic to prevent that, someday. 
+# saying you can't set both to true.
+# we could put in some logic to prevent that, someday.
 export CVS_QUIET=true
 export CVS_REALLY_QUIET=true
-#   these cvs values need to have write access if 
-#   tag.maps is true, as on production machine. 
-#   This is the ID used to both read, and 
+#   these cvs values need to have write access if
+#   tag.maps is true, as on production machine.
+#   This is the ID used to both read, and
 #   to tag releng map files.
 #
-#   Note: 
-#   'ext' protocol typically requires 
+#   Note:
+#   'ext' protocol typically requires
 #   environment variable CVS_RSH to be set to ssh
 #   So, we just always do it. Can't imagine it'd hurt
-#   if protocol was pserver, but could be removed in that 
-#   case, if desired. 
-export CVS_RSH=ssh 
+#   if protocol was pserver, but could be removed in that
+#   case, if desired.
+export CVS_RSH=ssh
 export BUILD_CVS_READ_PROTOCOL=pserver
 export BUILD_CVS_READ_USER=anonymous
 export BUILD_CVS_WRITE_PROTOCOL=ext
@@ -103,6 +103,6 @@
 
 export BUILD_CVS_ROOT=/cvsroot/webtools
 
-# for  builds on local machines, SKIPUSERS should be 'true' to avoid 
+# for  builds on local machines, SKIPUSERS should be 'true' to avoid
 # notifying users about those builds on your local machine
 export SKIPUSERS=false