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flipdiff

flipdiff - Linux Command


                                                                                        
SYNOPSIS
       flipdiff [-p n] [-U n] [-Bbiwz] [--in-place] diff1 diff2

       flipdiff {[--help] [--version]}

DESCRIPTION
       flipdiff exchanges the order of two patch files that apply one after
       the other. The patches must be “clean”: the context lines must match
       and there should be no mis-matched offsets.

       The swapped patches are sent to standard output, with a marker line
       (“=== 8< === cut here === 8< ===”) between them, unless the --in-place
       option is passed. In that case, the output is written back to the
       original input files.

OPTIONS
       -p n   When comparing filenames, ignore the first n pathname components
              from both patches. (This is similar to the -p option to GNU
              patch(1).)

       -U n   Attempt to display n lines of context (requires at least n lines
              of context in both input files). (This is similar to the -U
              option to GNU diff(1).)

       -d pattern
              Don’t display any context on files that match the shell wildcard
              pattern. This option can be given multiple times.

              Note that the interpretation of the shell wildcard pattern does
              not count slash characters or periods as special (in other
              words, no flags are given to fnmatch). This is so that
              “*/basename”-type patterns can be given without limiting the
              number of pathname components.

       -i     Consider upper- and lower-case to be the same.

       -w     Ignore whitespace changes in patches.

       -b     Ignore changes in the amount of whitespace.

       -B     Ignore changes whose lines are all blank.

       -z     Decompress files with extensions .gz and .bz2.

       --in-place
              Write output to the original input files.

       --help Display a short usage message.

       --version
              Display the version number of flipdiff.




patchutils                      31 January 2003                    FLIPDIFF(1)

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fmaps

fmaps - Linux Command


                                                                                        
SYNOPSIS
       fmaps [--console LOG=LEVEL,...] [--log LOG=LEVEL,...] pids corefile...

DESCRIPTION
       fmaps Executes the frysk map dump utility.

       fmaps is a utility that prints out a process or a corefile’s maps.

       --console LOG=LEVEL,...
              Enable logging to the console and at the specified log level.
              The log level can be: [ OFF | SEVERE | WARNING | INFO | CONFIG |
              FINE | FINER | FINEST].

       --log LOG=LEVEL,...
              Specify the file logging level. The log level can be: [ OFF |
              SEVERE | WARNING | INFO | CONFIG | FINE | FINER | FINEST].

EXAMPLE
       fmaps pid [...]

SEE ALSO
       frysk(7)

BUGS
       Report bugs to http://sourceware.org/frysk



                                 March 14 2008                        FMAPS(1)

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fstep

fstep - Linux Command


                                                                                        
SYNOPSIS
       fstep

DESCRIPTION
       fstep Instruction steps a given program using the Frysk framework.

       fstep uses the Frysk framework to instruction step a given program.

EXAMPLE
       fstep command

SEE ALSO
       frysk(7)

BUGS
       Report bugs to http://sourceware.org/frysk



                                 March 14 2008                        FSTEP(1)

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fitstopnm

fitstopnm - Linux Command


                                                                                        

SYNOPSIS
       fitstopnm  [-image  N]  [-scanmax] [-printmax] [-min f] [-max f] [FITS-
       file]

       All options may be abbreviated to their shortest unique prefix.


DESCRIPTION
       This program is part of Netpbm(1).

       fitstopnm reads a FITS file as input and produces a PPM  image  if  the
       FITS  file  consists of 3 image planes (NAXIS = 3 and NAXIS3 = 3), or a
       PGM image if the FITS file consists of 2 image planes (NAXIS =  2),  or
       if  you  specify the -image option.  The results may need to be flipped
       top for bottom; if so, just pipe the output through pamflip -tb.


OPTIONS
       The -image option is for FITS files with three axes.  The assumption is
       that  the  third  axis is for multiple images, and this option lets you
       select which one you want.

       You can use options -min and -max to override the min and max values as
       read  from  the FITS header or the image data if no DATAMIN and DATAMAX
       keywords are found.

       You can use the -scanmax option to force the program to scan  the  data
       even  when  DATAMIN and DATAMAX are found in the header. If you specify
       -printmax, the program will just print the min and max values and quit.

       The program tells you what kind of PNM image it is writing.



REFERENCES
       FITS  stands  for  Flexible Image Transport System.  A full description
       can be found in Astronomy & Astrophysics Supplement Series  44  (1981),
       page 363.



SEE ALSO
       pnmtofits(1), pamflip(1), pgm(1)


AUTHOR
       Copyright  (C)  1989  by  Jef  Poskanzer,  with modifications by Daniel
       Briggs  (dbriggs@nrao.edu)  and  Alberto  Accomazzi   (alberto@cfa.har-
       vard.edu).



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