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polymake - tool for algorithmic treatment of polytopes and polyhedra
usage: polymake [options] [arguments] called without arguments: start an interactive shell
--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
-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 © 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.