|will print out the full path of the application executable which would be executed, without actually executing it. It will also list all paths that are attempted.|
|starts the application in the debugger. By default gdb, but this can be changed with the --gdb= argument or through the GDB shell variable.|
|Starts the application with the specified library combo. This is a rarely used option in a non-flattened setup. See the library-combo(7) man-page for more information about the different library combinations.|
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Start Ink.app without additional parameters:
Launch Ink.app and pass it the --debug argument:
openapp --debug Ink.app
To determine which executable is launched by openapp, type:
openapp --find Ink.app
The output of the above command might be something like: /usr/GNUstep/Local/Applications/Ink.app/Ink
GNUSTEP_CONFIG_FILE is used to determine where the GNUstep.sh configuration file is located. If the variable is not set openapp tries to locate it in the folder where openapp was started, then in the user domain, and as a last resort in the system domain (or actually the place you configured (--with-config-file=) during building). GDB Sets the debugger to use when --debug is used.
Work on openapp started October 1997.
This manual page was first written July 2003 by Martin Brecher <firstname.lastname@example.org>.