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 cvpcs(1) -- The WorkShop Debugger Server
    cvpcs is normally invoked by cvpcsd and, after performing the security checks described in cvconnect(1m) serves as a debug server for the various visible components of the WorkShop Debugger (cvd) and the WorkShop Performance Analyzer (cvperf).
 cvpcsd(1) -- The WorkShop Debugger Server Daemon
    -l Disables validation using .rhosts files. -L Enables logging of successful requests, as well as unsuccessful ones, via syslogd (1M).
 cvperf(1) -- WorkShop Performance View
    cvperf presents a graphical display of the performance data gathered in a WorkShop Performance experiment whose experiment directory is given by . cvperf can also present the display of performance information from a pixie counts file given by . To use this feature, you will need to install a patch with a later version of pixie than is on the current released system. Contact Customer Support to obtain the patch....
 cvspeed(1) -- The suite of WorkShop Performance Tools
    cvspeed is the descriptive term for the WorkShop performance tools. It no longer exists as a program in the current release. To record a performance experiment, invoke the WorkShop Debugger, cvd, on the executable to be measured, and use the ``Perf'' menu entry to select the type of data to be recorded. To examine a previously recorded experiment, invoke the WorkShop Performance Analyzer, cvperf, with the experiment directory as its argument. You may also use the system program pixie to genera...
 cvstatic(1) -- static analysis tool
    Cvstatic is a source code analysis tool designed to help programmers understand the structure of a program. Cvstatic allows the programmer to ask questions about a collection of files, such as "Who calls this function", or "Who references this variable". Cvstatic supports C, C++, and Fortran, and provides various ways to look at your program structure graphically, in addition to providing textual results of queries. GETTING STARTED To get started, type "cvstatic" in the directory containin...
 cvusage(1) -- run a command, and print out the resources it used
    cvusage is a WorkShop component that runs a process from the given command and arguments and prints out a summary of the resources used during the run. It is used in exactly the same way as time(1), but prints additional information. The usage information is printed to stderr in the form: 1.89 real, 0.04 user, 0.29 sys, 15 majf, 2 minf, 0 sw, 1 rb, 0 wb, 21 vcx, 38 icx The real, user and sys fields give the real-time, user-CPU time and system-CPU time, respectively. majf gives major page faults,...
 cvxcov(1) -- The WorkShop Test Coverage Tool
    cvxcov invokes the GUI version of the WorkShop Tester dynamic test coverage tool. cvcov invokes the command line 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 cvxcov please refer to the "CASEVision/WorkShop Tester User's Guide." For installation of cvxcov please refer to the "WorkShop Tester Release Notes."...
 cvxhang(1) -- create a process in a hung state and inform requestor's window
    cvxhang is used by the WorkShop Debugger and Performance tools to instantiate the target process with its optional args and leave it waiting just before executing its first instruction. A debugger, or any other tool, may then attach to the process and take control of its execution. If the -signal argument is given, once the process is created, cvxhang informs the window of the WorkShop Debugger requesting the creation, as given by the optional hostname and window on the command line, of the targ...
 cv_gl_controller(1) -- service program for gldebug
    cv_gl_controller should not be invoked directly by the user; it is invoked only by gldebug.
 cxref(1) -- generate C program cross-reference
    The cxref command analyzes a collection of C, yacc, and lex files and attempts to build a cross-reference table. It produces a listing on standard output of all symbols (auto, static, and global) in each file separately, or, with the -c option, in combination. Each symbol contains an asterisk (*) before the declaring reference. If the environment variable _XPG is defined, cxref operates in conformance with the X/Open XPG4 specifications. The format of the output may differ in accordance to the X...
 date(1) -- write and set the date and time
    If no argument is given, or if the argument begins with +, the current date and time are printed. Otherwise, the current date is set if the user has appropriate privileges and the system permits the setting of the system date and time. Supplementary code set characters in +format (see below) are recognized and displayed according to the locale specified in the LC_CTYPE environment variable [see LANG on environ(5)]. Month and weekday nam...
 dmedia/datman(1) -- play and record audio tapes in DAT drive
    DATman is a program for playing audio tapes and CDs. When called as datman it works as a tape recorder. When the -cd option is specified, DATman works as a CD player.
 dbx(1) -- a source-level debugger
    dbx is a source-level debugger that allows the user to trace the execution of a given object-file as well as a pool of arbitrary processes. dbx works with cc(1), f77(1), pc(1) as(1), CC(1), and MIPS machine code on 32- and 64-bit ELF object-files. The object-file used with the debugger is produced by specifying an appropriate option (usually -g) to the compiler (and linking the resulting object(s), creating an executable object-file). The resulting object-file contains debugging information, inc...
 dbxhang(1) -- start a process without really starting it
    dbxhang starts a program running by doing a fork(2) and exec(2), leaving the program stopped before executing its first instruction. This is useful when a program to be debugged does unusual things with tty characteristics, or which is sensitive to the character and you don't want any in the dbx command window sent to the program to be debugged. Use dbxhang on the program to be debugged in one window and intercept the stopped program with dbx -p or dbx -P from a differen...
 dc(1) -- an arbitrary precision calculator
    Dc is a reverse-polish desk calculator which supports unlimited precision arithmetic. It also allows you to define and call macros. Normally dc reads from the standard input; if any command arguments are given to it, they are filenames, and dc reads and executes the contents of the files before reading from standard input. All normal output is to standard output; all error output is to standard error. A reverse-polish calculator stores numbers on a stack. Entering a number pushes it on the stack...
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