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TMEXPAND(1)															       TMEXPAND(1)

NAME
tmexpand - jed text-macro processor SYNOPSIS
tmexpand [ --version] [ -g] [ -Iinclude-dir -Iinclude-dir ...] [ input-file|-] [ output-file|-] DESCRIPTION
tmexpand is a simple jed-script program for expanding a text-macro file. Both the S-Lang and jed documentation, as well as the jedsoft.org web pages are written in text-macro format. Included in the tmexpand distribution are macros for the creation of jedsoft.org style HTML pages, macros for producing linuxdoc and doc- book SGML files, and macros for expanding S-Lang function text-macro documentation to the S-Lang help file format. OPTIONS
--version Print version information -g Load with _traceback set to 1. This is useful for debugging tmexpand itself. -Iinclude-dir Append the directory to the macro-directory search list. REQUIREMENTS
tmexpand is a S-Lang script that is processed by the jed editor. Version 0.99-17 or later of the jed editor is required to run the script. To get the most out of tmexpand, jed should be compiled against S-Lang version 2. USAGE
This section is incomplete. BUGS
Debugging the output when something goes wrong can be tricky. AUTHOR
The author of tmexpand is John E. Davis <jed@jedsoft.org>. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL 25 March 2005 TMEXPAND(1)

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TESSRUN(1)																TESSRUN(1)

NAME
tessrun - convenience script for running TESS scripts en masse SYNOPSIS
tessrun [ -h ] [ -l ] [ -l ] [ application [ args ...] ] DESCRIPTION
The tessrun script is part of TESS, the (Te)st (S)ystem for (S)-Lang. It is intended to simplify the invocation, typically within a Make- file, of TESS-based automated regression suites. Each test in the current directory (marked by a .t suffix) will be automatically loaded into the S-Lang interpreter (within slsh, by default) and executed. tessrun returns 1 if any tests fail, otherwise 0. OPTIONS
-h Output this short help text. -l Supports local execution of examples (before install). -v Verbose mode. application [ args ...] Replace the use of slsh with the given application, and optional arguments. AUTHOR
The author of TESS is Michael S. Noble <mnoble@space.mit.edu>. Rafael Laboissiere <rafael@debian.org> created the TESS package for Debian and helped author this manual page. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL SEE ALSO
On Debian systems the reference manual for TESS can be found at /usr/share/doc/slang-tess/tess.txt.gz. It is also packaged in text and PDF forms in the source distribution. 02 November 2005 TESSRUN(1)
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