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       ppudump - The FPC Pascal unit dump program.


       ppudump [-h] [-v[h|i|m|d|s|b|a]] ppu-file1 ppufile2 ...


       ppudump  writes  the  contents  of  a Free Pascal unit file to standard
       output.  It gives a listing of all definitions in the  unit  file.  The
       format of the listing can be controlled by the options.


       You  can  invoke  ppudump with as arguments the names of the units that
       you want to dump. You need not specify a extension, by default .ppu  is
       assumed. The output goes to standard output.


       ppudump has only two options:

       -h     shows a short help screen.

       -vxxx  Controls the level of verbosity.  xxx is  any combination of the
              following letters:

              a      Shows all information stored in the PPU file.

              b      Shows  the  browser  information  in  the  PPU  file  (if

              d      Shows the definitions in the PPU file.

              h      Shows the header information in the PPU file.

              i      Shows    only   interface   information,   implementation
                     information is not shown.

              m      Shows   only   implementation   information,    interface
                     interface is not shown.

              s      Shows the symbols stored in the PPU file.


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