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METAXREF

METAXREF

Section: User Commands (1) Updated: Version 3.5 PL0
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NAME

metaxref - builds cross-reference file/unit/item information  

SYNOPSIS

metaxref [ -dhkmsV ] [ -f manifest ] [ -L dir ]  

DESCRIPTION

Metaxref is a program that scans all the files in your MANIFEST file and produces three files which contains information about how the files in that MANIFEST reference items defined by metaconfig's unit files.

The first two files, I.fui and I.uif reference the file, unit and items sorted differently. The third file, Obsolete, dumps all the known obsolete symbols, in which file they appear and the new symbol that should be used instead.

Note that obsolete symbols do not appear in the main cross-reference files, but are only listed in the Obsolete file. That's yet another incentive to use the new symbols in your sources. :-)  

OPTIONS

Metaxref recognizes the following options:
-d
Turn on debug mode.
-f manifest
Use an alternate manifest file.
-h
Print help message and exit.
-k
Keep temporary .MT directory.
-m
Assume lots of memory and swap space. This will drastically improve the symbol lookup time in your source files, at the expense of memory usage.
-s
Turn on silent mode.
-L dir
Override default library location (where the U units directory can be found).
-V
Print version number and exit.
 

AUTHOR

Harlan Stenn <harlan@mumps.pfcs.com>  

FILES

LIB/dist/mcon/U/*.U Public unit files.
U/*.U
Private unit files
I.fui
Lists information sorted by file, unit and item.
I.uif
Lists information sorted by unit, item and file.
Obsolete
Lists all the obsolete symbols used by the sources.

where LIB is /usr/share/dist.

 

BUGS

Metaxref will list among the wanted items all those magic symbols defined within units on the ?M: lines. Those are relevant only when metaconfig is invoked with the -M option.  

SEE ALSO

metaconfig(1), metalint(1)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
AUTHOR
FILES
BUGS
SEE ALSO

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