WrenGROGGS options and switches

WrenGROGGS commands take command-line arguments that are classified into : WrenGROGGS isn't very good at spotting mistakes in its parameters (this is a side effect of the way it emulates the PHOENIX keying system). It will quite happily allow you to shoot yourself in the foot - be careful, and if in doubt, always use a key.

The following switches and options are defined by default. Any command will accept them, but most won't do anything with them (since eg. greaditem /latest is a nonsensical instruction). The switches and options relevant to a particular command are listed in that commands entry in the command index.

All filenames are '~' and '//' processed before being used (ie. '~' expands to the name of the calling users home directory, and '//' means '/' - eg. /usr/groups/m3//spong -> /spong).

You can find out more about how WrenGROGGS deals with stdin, stdout, stderr, and about the input, output and ver datasets here.

Back to configuration or the WrenGROGGS home page.
Last modified: Tue Sep 19 17:34:20 1995
Richard Watts <Richard.Watts@cl.cam.ac.uk>