gst-convert (1) - Linux Man Pages

gst-convert: Smalltalk syntax converter and beautifier

NAME

gst-convert - Smalltalk syntax converter and beautifier

DESCRIPTION

Usage:

gst-convert [OPTION]... [INFILE [OUTFILE]] gst-convert [OPTION]... -o|--output OUTFILE INFILES

OPTIONS

-q, --quiet
don't show any message
-v, --verbose
print extra information while processing
-f, --format=FORMAT
convert from given input format (supported formats are gst, gst2, sif, squeak)
-F, --output-format=FORMAT convert to given output format (supported
formats are gst, gst2, squeak)
-C, --class=REGEX
convert only classes matching REGEX
-C, --class=+REGEX
in addition, convert classes matching REGEX
-C, --class=-REGEX
do not convert classes matching REGEX
-c, --category=REGEX
convert only classes whose category matches REGEX
-c, --category=+REGEX
in addition, convert those whose category matches REGEX
-c, --category=-REGEX
do not convert classes whose category matches REGEX
-r, --rule='CODE->REPL'
look for CODE and replace it with REPL
-o, --output OUTFILE
concatenate multiple input files into a single converted output file
--help
display this message and exit
--version
print version information and exit

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for gst-convert is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and gst-convert programs are properly installed at your site, the command
info gst

should give you access to the complete manual.