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       dustmite - a tool for minimizing D source code.


       dustmite [OPTION]... PATH TESTER


       DustMite  is a tool for minimizing D source code.  Reducing C++ code also works quite well
       via --split *.{c,cpp,h,hpp}:d.

       DustMite will parse the source code into a simple hierarchy, and attempt to shrink  it  by
       deleting  fragments  iteratively,  as  long  as  the  result  satisfies  a  user-specified

       PATH should be a directory containing a clean copy of the file-set to reduce.
              A file path can also be specified. NAME.EXT will  be  treated  like  NAME/NAME.EXT.
              TESTER  should  be  a  shell  command  which returns 0 for a correct reduction, and
              anything else otherwise.


              Force reduction of unusual files

       --reduce-only MASK Only reduce paths glob-matching MASK
              (may be used multiple times)

       --no-remove REGEXP Do not reduce blocks containing REGEXP
              (may be used multiple times)

              Attempt to remove comments from source code.

       --coverage DIR
              Load .lst files corresponding to source files from DIR

              Instead  of  reducing,  obfuscate  the  input  by  replacing  words   with   random

              Preserve word length when obfuscating

       --split MASK:MODE
              Parse and reduce files specified by MASK using the given splitter. Can be repeated.
              MODE must be one of: files, lines, words, d

              Don't redirect stdout/stderr streams of test command.

       -j[N]  Use N look-ahead processes (8 by default)

       --help Show this message

   Less interesting options:
       --strategy STRAT
              Set strategy (careful/lookback/pingpong/indepth/inbreadth)

       --dump Dump parsed tree to DIR.dump file

              Dump parsed tree to DIR.html file

              Display verbose spent time breakdown

       --cache DIR
              Use DIR as persistent disk cache (in addition to memory cache)

              Save all attempted reductions to DIR.trace

              Disable saving in-progress results

              Disable tree optimization step (may be useful with --dump)


       The   full   documentation   for   dustmite   can   be   found   on   the   GitHub   wiki: