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LISTRES(1)                                                          LISTRES(1)

listres - list resources in widgets
listres [-option ...]
The listres program generates a list of a widget's resource database. The class in which each resource is first defined, the instance and class name, and the type of each resource is listed. If no specific widgets or the -all switch are given, a two-column list of widget names and their class hierarchies is printed.
Listres accepts all of the standard toolkit command line options along with those listed below: -all This option indicates that listres should print information for all known widgets and objects. -nosuper This option indicates that resources that are inherited from a superclass should not be listed. This is useful for determin- ing which resources are new to a subclass. -variable This option indicates that widgets should be identified by the names of the class record variables rather than the class name given in the variable. This is useful for distinguishing sub- classes that have the same class name as their superclasses. -top name This option specifies the name of the widget to be treated as the top of the hierarchy. Case is not significant, and the name may match either the class variable name or the class name. The default is ``core''. -format printf-string This option specifies the printf-style format string to be used to print out the name, instance, class, and type of each resource.
To be written.
X(7), xrdb(1), appropriate widget documents
On operating systems that do not support dynamic linking of run-time routines, this program must have all of its known widgets compiled in. The sources provide several tools for automating this process for vari- ous widget sets.
Copyright 1994 X Consortium See X(7) for a full statement of rights and permissions.
Jim Fulton, MIT X Consortium X Version 11 LISTRES(1)
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