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Manual Reference Pages  -  QORE (1)

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NAME

qore - Interpreter for the Qore Programming Language

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Copyright
Description
Options
Parse Options
Files
Authors
Bug Reports

SYNOPSIS

qore [options(s)]... [program file]

COPYRIGHT

Qore is Copyright © 2003 - 2010 David Nichols.

DESCRIPTION

Qore is a modular, multi-threaded, SQL-integrated weakly-typed scripting language with procedural and object-oriented features, powerful and easy-to-use data types, structures, and operators, a clean and easy-to-lean/read syntax.

OPTIONS

When qore is invoked it interprets the following options:

-d, --debug=arg
  sets debugging level (higher number = more output). Only available with debug builds.
-t, --trace turns on function tracing. Only available with debug builds.
-h, --help shows the help text.
-c, --charset=arg
  sets default character set encoding.
-e, --exec=arg allows a qore program to be specified on the command-line.
-x, --exec-class[=arg]
  instantiate a class with the same name as the file name, override class name with the optional argument. Also sets --no-top-level for more pure object-oriented coding.
-m, --show-module-errors
  shows any errors related to qore module loading and/or initilization.
--show-charsets
  displays the list of known character sets.
--show-aliases
  displays the list of character sets aliases.
-V, --version shows version information for the invoked instance of qore on the standard output and exits successfully.

PARSE OPTIONS

Parse options interpreted by qore:

-G, --no-global-vars
  makes global variable definitions illegal
-S, --no-subroutine-def
  makes subroutine definitions illegal
-T, --no-threads makes thread operations illegal
-L, --no-top-level makes top-level statements illegal
-C, --no-class-defs
  makes class definitions illegal
-D, --no-namespace-defs
  makes namespace declarations illegal
-E, --no-external-process
  makes access to external processes illegal
-P, --no-process-control
  makes process control illegal (fork(), exit(), etc)
-F, --no-constant-defs
  makes constant definitions illegal
-N, --no-new makes using the "new" operator illegal
-I, --no-child-restrictions
  do not restrict subprograms’ parse options
-O, --require-our
  requires global variables to be declared with "our"

FILES

/usr/bin/qore
  The qore executable

AUTHORS

David Nichols (qore)
david_nichols@users.sourceforge.net

Marian Bonda (man page)
marian_bonda@users.sourceforge.net

BUG REPORTS

If you find a bug in qore, you should report it. But first, you should make sure that it really is a bug, and that it appears in the latest version of qore. The latest version is always available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/qore/.

ALL bug reports should include:

The version number of qore
The hardware and operating system
The compiler used to compile
A description of the bug behaviour
A short script or ‘recipe’ which exercises the bug
 
Comments and bug reports concerning this manual page should be directed to marian_bonda@users.sourceforge.net.

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