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AUVAL(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						  AUVAL(1)

auval -- AudioUnit validation SYNOPSIS
auval [-[-64 | --ppc]] [-s TYPE] [-a] [-v|vt TYPE SUBT MANU [-w] [-de] [-dw]] [-f file] DESCRIPTION
AUValidation tests a specified AudioUnit for API and behavioural conformance. returns: OK: 0, malformed execution: 1, unit not conformant: -1 OPTIONS
-64 | -ppc must be specified first. can specify either: -ppc to run using Rosetta on Intel machine, or -64 to run as 64 bit. If neither speci- fied runs as 32 bit native architecture -h print help text -a lists all available AudioUnits of any type -s TYPE lists all available AudioUnits of type 'TYPE' -v TYPE SUBT MANU opens the AudioUnit specified by the TYPE SUBT MANU component ID's and tests that unit. -vt TYPE MANU iterates through all of the AU's of specified TYPE and MANU -de execution is terminated when first error is encountered -dw execution is terminated when first warning is encountered -c continue validating when an error occurs in batch mode. -q quiet - does no printing except for errors or warnings -qp doesn't print parameter or Factory Presets information -o only runs a basic open and initialize test. good for debugging basic functionality -r N repeat the whole process of validation N times. good for catching open/init bugs. -w wait after finished - good for profiling memory usage see 'man leaks' -vers The version is printed to stdout. -versh The version is printed to stdout in hexadecimal. -f FILENAME Each line in the file should contain one complete command. Darwin February 13, 2006 Darwin

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