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FSTMINER(1)		     Dumpfile Data Mining		   FSTMINER(1)

NAME
       fst2miner - Data	mining of FST files

SYNTAX
       fstminer	[option]... [FSTFILE]

DESCRIPTION
       Mines  FST  files  for  specific	data values and	generates gtkwave save
       files to	stdout for future reload.

OPTIONS
       -d,--dumpfile <filename>
	      Specify FST input	dumpfile.

       -m,--match <value>
	      Specifies	"bitwise" match	data (binary, real, string)

       -x,--hex	<value>
	      Specifies	hexadecimal match data that will automatically be con-
	      verted to	binary for searches

       -n,--namesonly
	      Indicates	 that  only  facnames  should  be printed in a gtkwave
	      savefile compatible format.  By doing this, the file can be used
	      to specify which traces are to be	imported into gtkwave.

       -c,--comprehensive
	      Indicates	 that  results	are not	to stop	after the first	match.
	      This can be used to extract  all	the  matching  values  in  the
	      trace.

       -h,--help
	      Show help	screen.

EXAMPLES
       fstminer	dumpfile.fst --hex 20470000 -n

       This attempts to	match the hex value 20470000 across all	facilities and
       when the	value is encountered, the facname only is printed to stdout in
       order to	generate a gtkwave compatible save file.

LIMITATIONS
       fstminer	 only  prints the first	time a value is	encountered for	a spe-
       cific net.  This	is done	in order to cut	down on	 the  size  of	output
       files  and to aid in following data such	as addresses through a simula-
       tion model.

AUTHORS
       Anthony Bybell <bybell@rocketmail.com>

SEE ALSO
       vztminer(1) lxt2miner(1)	fst2vcd(1) vcd2fst2(1) gtkwave(1)

Anthony	Bybell			    3.3.38			   FSTMINER(1)

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