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abi-tracker - visualize ABI changes timeline of a C/C++ software library.
NAME: ABI Tracker (abi-tracker) Visualize ABI changes timeline of a C/C++ software library DESCRIPTION: ABI Tracker is a tool to visualize ABI changes timeline of a C/C++ software library. The tool is intended for developers of software libraries and Linux maintainers who are interested in ensuring backward binary compatibility, i.e. allow old applications to run with newer library versions. This tool is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GPLv2.0+ or LGPLv2.1+. USAGE: abi-tracker [options] [profile] EXAMPLES: abi-tracker -build profile.json INFORMATION OPTIONS: -h|-help Print this help. -dumpversion Print the tool version (1.9) and don't do anything else. GENERAL OPTIONS: -build Build reports. -rebuild Re-build reports. -v NUM Select only one particular version of the library to create reports for. -t|-target TYPE Select type of the reports to build: abidump abireport headersdiff pkgdiff changelog soname date -clear Remove all reports. -global-index Create list of all tested libraries. -disable-cache Enable this option if you've changed filter of checked symbols in the library (skipped types, skipped functions, etc.). -deploy DIR Copy all reports and css to DIR. -debug Enable debug messages. ABI Tracker 1.9 A tool to visualize ABI changes timeline of a C/C++ software library Copyright © 2016 Andrey Ponomarenko's ABI Laboratory License: GPLv2.0+ or LGPLv2.1+ Usage: abi-tracker [options] [profile] Example: abi-tracker -build profile.json More info: abi-tracker --help
This manual page was written by Peter Spiess-Knafl <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).