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NAME

       polymake - tool for algorithmic treatment of polytopes and polyhedra

DESCRIPTION

       usage: polymake [options] [arguments]

       called without arguments:

              start an interactive shell

ARGUMENTS

       --help

              print help text and exit

       --version

              print the version number, copyright notice, and exit

       [--script] [application::]script_file

              execute  the  perl  script  in  the  file  If application prefix is specified, this
              application is loaded and the script file is looked up  in  its  script  directory.
              Prefix none:: suppresses loading any applications before starting the script.

       --script [application::]script_file arguments ...

              execute the perl script in the file, passing the arguments in @ARGV

       'script text'

              interpret the string as a perl expression

       -

              read and execute the commands from the standard input

       file PROPERTY | METHOD [ ... ]

              the  compatibility  mode  with polymake <= 2.3: read the object from the data file,
              print the properties or run the user methods

       function ARG ...

              simplified syntax for a user  function  call;  arguments  can  be  data  files  and
              numerical or string constants

       --touch file [ file ... ]

              read  the  files  and  write  them out; useful for converting from earlier polymake
              versions

OPTIONS

       -A application_name

              start   with   this   application,   ignoring    the    $default_application    and
              @start_applications settings

       -d     produce some debug output; can be repeated to increase the debug level

       -v     tell  what's going on; can be repeated to increase the verbosity level.  This is an
              obsolete option, please use custom variables  $Verbose::*  to  gain  more  detailed
              control.

       --reconfigure

              rerun the autoconfiguration sections in all rule files

       --reconfigure-rules RULENAME ...

              rerun the autoconfiguration sections in the rule files matching RULENAME

       -n     `dry  run' mode: show the production rules that would be applied to the object, but
              don't run any; only applicable to the compatibility mode

       -T sec

              set a time limit for the execution of production rules (currently broken)

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 1997-2015 Ewgenij Gawrilow, Michael Joswig (TU Berlin) http://www.polymake.org

       This is free software licensed under GPL; see the source for copying conditions.  There is
       NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.