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    3 [
    4   <!ENTITY legal SYSTEM "legal.xml">
    5   <!ENTITY appversion "0.8.9">
    6   <!ENTITY manrevision "0.1">
    7   <!ENTITY date "Feb 2011">
    8   <!ENTITY app "<application>Gprocessor</application>">
    9   <!ENTITY appname "Gprocessor">
   10   <!ENTITY version "0.8">
   11 ]
   12 >
   13 
   14 <refentry id="gprocessor">
   15 <refmeta>
   16 <refentrytitle>gprocessor</refentrytitle>
   17 <manvolnum>1</manvolnum>
   18 </refmeta>
   19 
   20 <!-- the refname becomes the output name of the man page -->
   21 <refnamediv>
   22 <refname>gprocessor</refname>
   23 <refpurpose>Gnash SWF Processor</refpurpose>
   24 </refnamediv>
   25 
   26 
   27 <refsynopsisdiv><title>Synopsis</title>
   28 <synopsis>
   29 gprocessor (options)... (file)...
   30 </synopsis>
   31 </refsynopsisdiv>
   32 
   33 <refsect1><title>Description</title>
   34 <para>
   35   Gprocessor is a debugging tool for SWF files, a companion to
   36   Gnash.  It is most often used for debugging and running testcases,
   37   as it is equivalant to running Gnash with no graphic
   38   output. This tool is primarily used by Gnash developers, or anyone
   39   who wishes to run the Gnash test cases.
   40 </para>
   41 
   42 <variablelist>
   43   <varlistentry>
   44     <term>-h</term>
   45     <listitem>
   46       <para>
   47 	Print usage info.
   48       </para>
   49     </listitem>
   50   </varlistentry>
   51 
   52   <varlistentry>
   53     <term>-w</term>
   54     <listitem>
   55       <para>
   56 	Write a .gsc file with preprocessed info, for each input file.
   57       </para>
   58     </listitem>
   59   </varlistentry>
   60 
   61   <varlistentry>
   62     <term>-vp</term>
   63     <listitem>
   64       <para>
   65 	Be verbose about movie parsing.
   66       </para>
   67     </listitem>
   68   </varlistentry>
   69 
   70   <varlistentry>
   71     <term>-va</term>
   72     <listitem>
   73       <para>
   74 	Be verbose about ActionScript.
   75       </para>
   76     </listitem>
   77   </varlistentry>
   78 
   79   <varlistentry>
   80     <term>-d [ms]</term>
   81     <listitem>
   82       <para>
   83 	Milliseconds delay between advances (0 by default). If '-1'
   84 	the delay will be computed from the FPS.
   85       </para>
   86     </listitem>
   87   </varlistentry>
   88 
   89   <varlistentry>
   90     <term>-f [frames]</term>
   91     <listitem>
   92       <para>
   93 	Allow the given number of frame advancements.  If 0, keep advancing
   94 	until some other stop condition is encountered (default).
   95       </para>
   96     </listitem>
   97   </varlistentry>
   98 
   99   <varlistentry>
  100     <term>-r [times]</term>
  101     <listitem>
  102       <para>
  103 	 Allow the given number of complete runs.  If 0, keep looping
  104 	 indefinitely.  Default is 1 (end as soon as the
  105 	 last frame is reached).
  106       </para>
  107     </listitem>
  108   </varlistentry>
  109 
  110 
  111 </variablelist>
  112 
  113 </refsect1>
  114 </refentry>
  115