The summarisebundles program
may be used to compress the output of the bundles program, but even so its
output can be very long winded since it retains all the information
produced by the bundle checker, reporting every error
detected. This program is designed to filter the output of
summarisebundles and produce an even more concise summary. To do this
some information is thrown away, and only the worst violation on each
signal or bus for each type of error is reported.
The headers indicating the context of the error processing and the
activity time statistics produced by the bundle checker are also
included in the output of this program.
- The name of the file containing the output of the summarisebundles
program. This filename is optional. If it is not given input is read
from stdin, making it easy to pass the output of summarisebundles direct into
supersumb through a pipe.
Output is written to stdout. Errors are logged on stderr.
The output format is very similar to that of summarisebundles, except
that it is clearly indicated that only the worst violations are reported for
Perl release 5.001d or greater.
Copyright and Licence
The copyright and any intellectual property rights associated with this
work are retained by the author and the University of Manchester, but
permission is granted to freely copy, distribute, modify and use this
software under certain conditions, as described in the Artistic Licence (with the deletion of
clause 8). This licence is obtained from the Perl distribution.
Subject to the licensing arrangements described above, the source code may
be obtained from http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/amulet/projects/horn/supersumb
This software was developed as part of the OMI HORN
project at the University
of Manchester Department of Computer Science, funded as part of
the European Union ESPRIT initiative (project number 7249).
Rhod Davies (email@example.com)
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Tue Apr 9 1996 10:46:00