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list utility

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  The list utility may be used to list an Eloquence program.

Usage

Usage: list [options] file
options:
 -l      = list. This is the default unless -x is selected
 -n      = no line numbers (only referenced ones)
 -x[opt] = cross reference
            l = labels/line numbers
            c = constants
            v = variables
            s = subprograms / functions
            o = order by name
           Default -x options: lcvs
 -v      = Print additional information to stderr
The list utility loads the given program file and outputs the decompiled source to stdout.

The options are:

-help
The -help option displays a brief help text.

-l
List program file. This is the default unless the -x option is present.

-n
Don't output line numbers (unless explicitly referenced).

-x [arg]
If the -x option is present the program file is analyzed and a cross reference of symbols is output. The optional argument specifies what information should be output (default lcvs).

  • l = labels and line numbers
  • c = constants
  • v = variables
  • s = subprograms and functions
  • o = order symbols by name (rather than type)

-v
Output additional information to stderr.

Notes

  • A File extension of .PROG is implied and is appended if not present.

  • If the -v option is present, list will output additional technical details about the program file, such as program file format version and segment sizes.

Examples

list SAMPLE
list -x SAMPLE

See also

store utility


 
 
 
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