rqsread - reads the information out of an ELF file that is needed to
determine if the file needs to be requickstarted
rqsread [ options ] [ files ...]
The rqsread extracts the information needed by the program rqsall from
files, so that rqsall can determine whether the files should be
requickstarted or if other files that depend on files need to be
If no files are specified and no other list of files has been specified
using the -l option, then this command will read a list of files (one per
line) to process from stdin.
Causes the output to be written to outfile. outfile is truncated if
it already exists.
Causes the output to be appended to the file outfile.
listfile contains the list of files (one per line) to be processed.
The directory path dir is used as a prefix when processing the given
files. When the information about those files are written out, the
prefix directory is removed from the beginning of any filename.
This option is used to specify a real file name for the file being
processed. This is used in the case where a file will eventually be
moved to the realfilename.
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