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       gst2ascii - Filter and output Atari program symbol table as ASCII


       gst2ascii [options] <program>


       gst2ascii  reads  (GNU-style  a.out  or traditional DRI/GST) symbol table from given Atari
       program and outputs it in the ASCII format understood by Hatari debugger and its  profiler
       data post-processor (latter doesn't accept any other format).

       All  symbol addresses output by the tool are TEXT relative, so when loading them in Hatari
       debugger, one needs to give just TEXT as offset for the 'symbols' command.

       There are some options for filtering the symbol table content,  and  the  resulting  ASCII
       output  is  easy to edit also by hand, in case other symbols (e.g. loop labels) need to be
       removed from it, or missing function symbols need to be added to it.


       -a     Filter absolute (= value, not address) symbols out from the output.

       -b     Filter BSS symbols out from the output.

       -d     Filter DATA symbols out from the output.

       -t     Filter TEXT symbols out from the output.

       -l     Filter local (.L*) symbols out.  Usually they're useless because  they  don't  have
              names, just numbers.

       -o     Filter symbols for object files (*.o) out.

       -n     Sort symbol output by symbol name, not by their addresses.


       If  you  have  problems,  try  with  'nm  -n  <program>'  instead (Atari or cross-compiler
       version). If nm works, but gst2ascii doesn't, please report a bug on it.


       Save 'program.prg' symbol table in ASCII format with local symbols filtered out:
            gst2ascii -l program.prg > program.sym

       Load generated ASCII symbols file in Hatari debugger:
            symbols program.sym TEXT DATA BSS


       hatari(1), hatari_profile(1)


       Written by Eero Tamminen <oak at helsinkinet fi>.


       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       the  GNU  General  Public  License  as  published  by the Free Software Foundation; either
       version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.


       This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY  WARRANTY;
       without  even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
       See the GNU General Public License for more details.