|-h||Writes a short description of these switches.|
|-c||read options from configuration file. A configuration file is not needed, ptop will revert to internal defaults then. See also -g|
|Sets the number of indent spaces used for BEGIN END; and other blocks.|
|Sets the buffersize to bufsize. Default 255, 0 is considered non-valid and ignored.|
|-v||be verbose. Currently only outputs the number of lines read/written and some error messages.|
Writes a default configuration file to be edited to the file
The writer of the program, Michael van Canneyt, who also helped out explaining the format of ptop.cfg.
Questions/corrections can be mailed to email@example.com
Also thanks to the rest of the FPC development team.
The program is a modernized (OOP, Streams, Delphi extensions) version based on a program by Peter Grogono, who in turn based his program on a Pascal pretty-printer written by Ledgard, Hueras, and Singer. See SIGPLAN Notices, Vol. 12, No. 7, July 1977, pages 101-105, and PP.DOC/HLP. This version of PP developed under Pascal/Z V4.0 or later. Very minor modifications for Turbo Pascal made by Willett Kempton March 1984 and Oct 84. Runs under 8-bit Turbo or 16-bit Turbo. Toad Hall tweak, rewrite for TP 5, 28 Nov 89
ptop config file ptop.cfg(5) Compiler ppc386(1) Other FPC utils ppdep(1) ppudump(1) ppumove(1) h2pas(1)
|Free Pascal||PTOP (1)||30 may 1999|