|CMIGREP(1)||General Commands Manual||CMIGREP(1)|
NAME¶cmigrep - search in ocaml compiled interface files
SYNOPSIS¶cmigrep <options> <module-expression>
DESCRIPTION¶This manual page documents briefly the cmigrep command. This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original program does not have a manual page.
cmigrep searches for information in compiled interfaces of OCaml modules. By default, the search applies to the modules described in the .cmi files in the curent directory and in the ocaml standard directory, but this can be changed with the -I option (see below).
The argument <module-expr> can be an exact module name, or a shell wildcard. Multiple modules can be specified. Example: "ModA ModB Foo*.Make" means to search ModA, ModB, and any submodule Make of a module that starts with Foo.
- -I directory
- Add directory to the search path for modules
- -package packages
- comma separated list of findlib packages to search
- open modules
- comma separated list of open modules (in order!)
- -help, --help
- display list of options
- -t regexp
- print types with matching names
- -r regexp
- print record field labels with matching names
- -c regexp
- print constructors with matching names
- -p regexp
- print polymorphic variants with matching names
- -m regexp
- print all matching module names in the path
- -e regexp
- print exceptions with matching constructors
- -v regexp
- print values with matching names
- -o regexp
- print all classes with matching names
- -a regexp
- print all names which match the given expression
SEE ALSO¶Examples can be found on /usr/share/doc/cmigrep/README.
AUTHOR¶cmigrep is written by Eric Stokes <email@example.com>.
This manual page was compiled by Ralf Treinen <firstname.lastname@example.org>.