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RADARE2(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						RADARE2(1)

radare2 -- Advanced commandline hexadecimal editor SYNOPSIS
radare2 [-a arch] [-b bits] [-B blocksize] [-c cmd] [-e k=v] [-i file] [-p project] [-P patch] [-s addr] [-dDwntLqv] file DESCRIPTION
radare2 is a commandline hexadecimal editor. "r2" is the alias program name for radare2. This manpage is not updated yet. Feel free to contribute. The options are: -a arch force asm.arch (x86, ppc, arm, mips, bf, java, ...) -b bits force asm.bits (16, 32, 64) -B bsize Set block size -c cmd Execute the given command before giving prompt -d Start in debugger mode -D dbg.backend Enable debug mode. Set cfg.debug=true -e k=v Set configuration eval variable key=value. For example -e scr.color=false -f Blocksize = file size -i file Run script file -l plugfile Load given plugin file -L List supported IO plugins. -n Do not load r_bin information and ~/.radare2rc -q Quiet mode (no prompt) -p prj Set project file -P file Apply rapatch file and quit -s addr Start seeking at this address -t Get binary information using a thread -v Show version information and exits. -w Open in write mode -h Show help message -H Show files and environment help SHELL
Type '?' for help. VISUAL
To enter visual mode use the 'V' command. Then press '?' for help. DEBUGGER
In r2 the debugger commands are implemented under the 'd' command. Type 'd?' for help. ENVIRONMENT
These values can be used from scripts launched from inside radare ('!' command) FILE path to the current working file SEE ALSO
rahash2(1), rafind2(1), rabin2(1), radiff2(1), ranal2(1), rasm2(1), rax2(1), ragg2(1), rarun2(1), AUTHORS
pancake <>, nibble <> BSD
Oct 11, 2011 BSD

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imediff2 - An interactive fullscreen 2-way merge tool SYNOPSIS
imediff2 [-m] [-u] [-a] [-b] [-c] [-N new-file] [-o outputfile] {file1} {file2} DESCRIPTION
Merge two (slightly different) files interactively with a user friendly fullscreen interface in text mode. Imediff2 shows the differences of given two files (in color if the terminal supports them), lets you scroll the file and toggle changes be- tween old and new version one by one. If the 'unresolved' mode is enabled, you can optionally save both versions. Additionally, if the $EDITOR environment variable is set or if /usr/bin/editor exists and is executable, you can also launch an external editor and manually edit the half-merged file before saving it, perhaps to resolve the 'unresolved' parts. Empty lines are shown in reverse colors so you see that you can select them. If a line is missing completely from one file, imediff2 dis- plays it as a reversed '?'. While it seems to take one line in the editing phase, it is naturally not saved into the output file. To see a list of keyboard commands, hit h or ? in the editor. The program exits with status 0 if the changes were saved, 1 if the merging was aborted and 2 if the parameters were invalid. OPTIONS
-o outputfile, --output=outputfile Write output to given file. If missing, changes will not be saved. -N, --new-file Treat absent files as empty. -m, --mono Force monochrome display. -u, --unresolved Enable 'unresolved' mode (see above). -a Start with version A (default). -b Start with version B. -c Start with unresolved changes (implies -u). -h, --help Show summary of options and exit. -V, --version Show version and exit. KEYBOARD COMMANDS
The following keyboard commands are available in the editor. h, ? Show commands. up, down, left, right Move in document. page up, page down Move a screenfull. enter Toggle selected change. n, tab, space Jump to next change. p Jump to previous change. a Set current chunk to version A. b Set current chunk to version B. u Set current chunk to unresolved. shift+a Set all changes to version A. shift+b Set all changes to version B. shift+u Set all changes to unresolved. e Launch external editor. r Discard editor-made changes. (Available only after e.) x, s Save and exit. q, ctrl+c Exit without saving. home, end Jump to start or end. SEE ALSO
sdiff (1), diff (1), merge (1), diff3 (1). COPYRIGHT
This manual page as well as the program itself was written by Jarno Elonen (<>). Unlike the program itself, which is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) version 2 (or any later version, at your option), this document has been placed into the Public Domain. AUTHOR
Jarno Elonen. 2006-03-10 IMEDIFF2(1)
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