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       globus-rvf-check - Edit a GRAM5 RSL validation file


       globus-rvf-check [-h] [-help]

       globus-rvf-check [-d] {FILENAME...}


       The globus-rvf-check command is a utility which checks the syntax of a
       RSL validation file, and prints out parse errors when encountered. It
       can also parse the RVF file contents and then dump file's contents to
       stdout, after canonicalizing values and quoting. The exit code of
       globus-rvf-check is 0 if all files specified on the command line exist
       and have no parse errors.

       The full set of command-line options to globus-rvf-check consists of:

       -h, -help, --help
           Print command-line option summary and exit

           Dump the RVF contents to stdout. In the output, Each file which is
           parsed will be prefixed by an RVF comment which contains the input
           filename. If not specified, globus-rvf-check just prints a
           diagnostic message to standard output indicating whether the file
           could be parsed.