Provided by: aspcud_1.9.6-1_amd64
cudf2lp - a preprocessor for CUDF documents
cudf2lp [OPTION]... [FILE]
cudf2lp simplifies a given CUDF specification and converts it into a set of facts suitable to be processed with an ASP grounder and solver - e.g., gringo(1) and clasp(1). It is intended to be called by aspcud(1), but may also be used independently. It reads from the given FILE or from standard input if omited.
cudf2lp supports the following options: -h, --help print help text -v, --version print version and license information -V, --verbose[=N] set the verbosity level to N or the maximum if omitted -c CRITS, --criterion=CRITS preprocess for specific optimization criteria (defaults to none): CRITS: none | paranoid | trendy | CRIT\(','CRIT\)* CRIT : SIGN count(SET) | | SIGN sum(SET,ATTR) | SIGN unsat_recommends(SET) | SIGN aligned(SET,ATTR,ATTR) | SIGN notuptodate(SET) SIGN : '+' | '-' ATTR : CUDF attribute name SET : solution | changed | new | removed | up | down | installrequest | upgraderequest | request for backwards compatibility, the following aliases can be used: new = count(new) removed = count(removed) changed = count(changed) notuptodate = notuptodate(solution) unsat_recommends = unsat_recommends(solution) sum(name) = sum(name,solution) --addall disable preprocessing and add all packages
cudf2lp has been written by Roland Kaminski.
aspcud(1), gringo(1), clasp(1), and <http://www.mancoosi.org/cudf/> for the specification of the CUDF format.