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NAMEjv-scan - print information about Java source file
SYNOPSISjv-scan [--no-assert] [--complexity]
[-o file] inputfile...
DESCRIPTIONThe "jv-scan" program can be used to print information about a Java source file (.java file).
- Don't recognize the "assert" keyword, for backwards compatibility with older versions of the language specification.
- This prints a complexity measure, related to cyclomatic complexity, for each input file.
- This works like the corresponding gcj option.
- This prints the name of the class in this file containing a "main" method.
- This lists the names of all classes defined in the input files.
- If "--list-class" is given, this option causes "jv-scan" to also print the name of the file in which each class was found.
- -o file
- Print output to the named file.
- Print help, then exit.
- Print version number, then exit.
SEE ALSOgcc(1), gcj(1), gcjh(1), gij(1), jcf-dump(1), gfdl(7), and the Info entries for gcj and gcc.
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