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Manual Reference Pages  -  ONYX (1)

NAME

onyx - stand-alone Onyx language interpreter

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
     Command line flags:
Files
History

SYNOPSIS

onyx -h
onyx -V
onyx -e <expr>
onyx [-i <expr>]* [-f <file>]* [-s <expr>]
onyx <file> [<args>]

DESCRIPTION

The onyx program is a stand-alone Onyx language interpreter, with an integrated command line editor. This manual page only documents the command line usage for onyx; much more extensive documentation is available in HTML and PDF formats. See the FILES section below.

    Command line flags:

-e <expr> Execute <expr> as Onyx code.
-f <file> Evaluate contents of initalization <file>.
-h Display usage information and exit.
-i <expr> Evaluate initalization <expr>.
-s <expr> Call the start operator with <expr> as the argument, rather than stdin.
-V Display the version number and exit.

FILES

/usr/local/share/doc/onyx/html/onyx.html
/usr/local/share/doc/onyx/pdf/onyx.pdf

HISTORY

Written by Jason Evans <jasone@canonware.com>.
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