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listres(1X)							  listres(1X)
X11R6									X11R6


  listres - list resources in widgets


  listres [-option...]


  The listres program accepts all of the standard toolkit command line
  options along	with those listed below:

      This option indicates that listres should	print information for all
      known widgets and	objects.

      This option indicates that resources that	are inherited from a super-
      class should not be listed.  This	is useful for determining which
      resources	are new	to a subclass.

      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 subclasses 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

  -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.


  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.


  To be	written.


  On operating systems that do not support dynamic linking of run-time rou-
  tines, this program must have	all of its known widgets compiled in.  The
  sources provide several tools	for automating this process for	various
  widget sets.


  Copyright 1989, X Consortium

  See X(1X) for	a full statement of rights and permissions.


  X(1X), xrdb(1X), appropriate widget documents


  Jim Fulton, MIT X Consortium