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 cut(1) -- cut out selected fields of each line of a file
    Use cut to cut out columns from a table or fields from each line of a file; in data base parlance, it implements the projection of a relation. The fields as specified by list can be fixed length, that is, character positions as on a punched card (-c option) or the length can vary from line to line and be marked with a field delimiter character like tab (-f option). cut can be used as a filter; if no files are given, the standard input is used. A file name of ``-...
 cvbuild(1) -- WorkShop Build Analyzer
    Cvbuild provides a graphical display of build dependency information, as determined from a description file for make(1). COMMAND LINE OPTIONS Cvbuild accepts the following options: -directory Change the named directory as the working directory. -f Use the named makefile as the description file, instead of the default.
 cvcat(1) -- Copy standard in to named file
    cvcat is used by the WorkShop Debugger and Performance tools to prepare command-line arguments for the target process when the complete command line is longer than can be handled by the canonical processing of the pty driver. It reads its standard input, concatenating lines and writing the result to the named file.
 cvconfig(1) -- WorkShop Configuration Management Specification
    cvconfig is a shell script that allows the user to configure their environment so that WorkShop knows which configuration management system is in use. This is relevant when the user attempts to checkin, checkout, or uncheckout using the Versioning menu item in the File Menu of Source View (cvsource), or the Source menu of the debugger's main view. For example, to configure your environment to use rcs, run cvconfig with the argument rcs. Then, when you run WorkShop, rcs commands will be used for...
 cvconnect(1) -- The WorkShop Debugger Connection Helper
    cvconnect is invoked by the WorkShop Debugger and Performance tools in order to establish a secure connection to the debug server, cvpcs. It is not normally run by users.
 cvcord(1) -- explore working set behavior and generate cord feedback files
    cvcord is a tool designed to allow a user to explore the working set behavior of an executable or shared library (DSO), and to construct a feedback file for use by cord to generate an executable with improved working-set behavior. The premise for this tool is as follows: when application and/or DSOs execute, they bring in pages from their instructions (text) as needed to execute the chain of functions triggered by any operation. By recording a WorkShop Performance Experiment, and capturing ideal...
 cvcov(1) -- The WorkShop Test Coverage Tool
    cvcov invokes the command line version of the WorkShop Tester dynamic test coverage tool. cvxcov invokes the GUI version of the same tool. All functionality is available from either program. Some of the graphical representations of the data will be available only from cvxcov. For more information on using cvcov please refer to the "CASEVision/WorkShop Tester User's Guide." For installation of cvcov please refer to the "WorkShop Tester Release Notes."...
 cvd(1) -- The WorkShop Debugger
    cvd invokes the WorkShop Debugger. The executable used with the debugger is produced by specifying an appropriate option (usually -g) to the compiler. When the executable parameter is specified, the WorkShop Debugger will be invoked with the specified executable as the target. Breakpoints and other traps may then be set on the executable before running the program. If a corefile is specified, or if the file core exists in the current directory, the WorkShop Debugger can be used to look at the st...
 cvdump(1) -- quick look at core dump
    cvdump is a WorkShop program that allows a quick look at a core dump. It gives the reason for the core dump, and a stack traceback.
 cvexprnt(1) -- print out the contents of WorkShop performance experiment records or data files
    cvexprnt prints out the formatted contents of one or more WorkShop performance experiment directories or experiment data files. Each of the files consists of a string of beads, as described in ../include/bead.h If the name is that of a directory, the file named DESC in that directory, and any other files named within it will be dumped. If the name is that of a file, just the file will be dumped. Options are used to control the printing of the files. -d Print detailed information for each bead. -...
 cvhang(1) -- create a process in a hung state
    cvhang instantiates a process from the given command and arguments, and leaves it poised for execution just before it would execute its first user instruction. The WorkShop Debugger may then attach to it and take control of its execution.
 cvinstr(1) -- add WorkShop Performance instrumentation code to a program
    cvinstr is a program which reads an executable program, and writes an equivalent program containing additional instrumentation code used for performance measurment of the executable. The additional code either maintains an array of counts representing the number of times various elements of the program are executed, or the number of statistical samples that found the PC at various values, or both. If the target program uses dynamic shared libraries, they are also instrumented. Normally, cvinstr ...
 cvmake(1) -- program building and recompilation tool
    Cvmake is a program building tool designed to help programmers quickly compile their programs, find errors, edit the source files, and recompile. GETTING STARTED Cvmake is invoked automatically when the user selects the "Recompile" menu option in the File menu of the WorkShop Source Viewer. It can also be invoked directly from the command line. COMMAND LINE OPTIONS Cvmake accepts the following options: -f [makefile] Use the named makefile instead of the default. Cvmake passes this option along...
 cvmeter(1) -- examine process resource consumption data
    cvmeter is a WorkShop program that presents a graphical display of the process resource usage data for a running process, whose pid is given by the argument. It shows a number of stripcharts for various combinations of resources. It does not record data, and can not be scrolled back. It may also be launched using the Views menu on any of the WorkShop Debugger Views.
 cvpav(1) -- present the information about an MP Fortran program from its MIPSpro 7.2 or higher analysis files
    cvpav reads the analysis file(s) generated by MIPSpro 7.2 or higher, for the files in a fileset, and displays information about the loops in the files in a window. It allows the user to select any loop, request changes governing that loop, and then install those changes in the source. The analysis file is generated by MIPSpro 7.2 or higher, which is a prerequisite for WorkShop Pro MPF. The analysis file contains the information currently shown on MIPSpro 7.2 or higher, listing file (*.l), and so...
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