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SABLEVM(1)			 User Commands			    SABLEVM(1)

NAME
       Manual  page  of	 'java'	wrapper	for SableVM - free (LGPL) Java virtual
       machine

SYNOPSIS
       java-sablevm [OPTION]...	CLASSNAME [ARGUMENT]...

DESCRIPTION
       [-]-addclasspath	ADDEDCLASSPATH
	      appends ADDEDCLASSPATH at	the end	of CLASSPATH (note that	param-
	      eters' order is important!)

       [-]-cp CLASSPATH, [-]-classpath CLASSPATH, [-]-classpath=CLASSPATH
	      set  CLASSPATH  for program to be	run (overrides value of	CLASS-
	      PATH environment variable)

       -DPROPERTY=VALUE
	      set PROPERTY value to VALUE

       -h, [-]-help, -?
	      show help	(not implemented yet, see manual page)

       -jar FILE
	      execute content of FILE as a jar type file (requires unzip util-
	      ity  installed);	note  that you can't specify CLASSNAME in this
	      case

       [-]-showversion
	      show version (like -V) and continue execution

       -v, [-]-verbose
	      enable all verbose options (might	*flood*	you if SableVM is com-
	      piled with debugging options)

       [-]-verbose-gc
	      enable verbose garbage collection

       [-]-verbose[:]jni
	      enable verbose Java Native Interface

       -V, [-]-version
	      show version information,	including some compilation options

       -Xbootclasspath:/pa/th,	    -Xbootclasspath/p:/pa/th,	  -Xbootclass-
       path/a:/pa/th
	      set the value of the boot	classpath, prepend or append  a	 value
	      to it

       -Xgnuclasspath:/dir/ectory
	      sets the location	of GNU Classpath libraries (not	sablevm-class-
	      path); NOTE: due to ever-changing	nature of VM <-> Classpath in-
	      terfaces	you  might  need to use	the latest SableVM snapshot if
	      you want to run the  latest  GNU	Classpath  CVS	directly  with
	      SableVM;	 This  option is meant mainly for Java Virtual Machine
	      and GNU Classpath	developers and advanced	users.

       --     end of options marker - CLASSNAME	(if  any)  and	ARGUMENTS  (if
	      any) should follow

RECOGNIZED ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES
       CLASSPATH
	      used  as the classpath for the program being started, unless -cp
	      was specified

       LD_LIBRARY_PATH
	      used to search for location of native java libraries, incompati-
	      ble with setting java.library.path property

OPTIONS	IGNORED
       [-]-debug, -Xdebug, (extended debug options)

       -ss VALUE, (maximal stack size)

       -ms VALUE, (initial heap	size)

       -ms VALUE, (maximum heap	size)

       -X[...],	(other extended	option)

       -noverify, (turn	off bytecode verifier)

       -verbosemem, (verbose memory allocation)

       -verbosegc, (verbose memory allocation)

       -verbosejit, (verbose memory allocation)

       -verbose[...], (other verbose option)

       -vmdebug	opt1[,opt2...],	(other debug option)
	      All the above options are	recognized by java-sablevm wrapper and
	      ignored. Their handling is either	not implemented	by the wrapper
	      or by sablevm binary (and	thus they can not be translated	to op-
	      tions sablevm is able to recognize).

DEBUGGING PROPERTIES
       The below properties are	only usable when  SableVM  was	compiled  with
       --enable-debugging-features,  which is not the case ie. for binary dis-
       tributions.

       sablevm.verbose.methods
	      when operating on	a binary compiled with	debugging  features  -
	      setting this property to true outputs names of every method that
	      is to be executed

       sablevm.verbose.instructions
	      when operating on	a binary compiled with	debugging  features  -
	      setting this property to true outputs names of every instruction
	      that is to be executed (WARNING: expect flood!!!)

       sablevm.verbose.synchronization
	      when operating on	a binary compiled with	debugging  features  -
	      setting  this  property  to  true	causes SableVM to dump a stack
	      trace on every locking contention	and on fat lock	acquisition.

SEE ALSO
       sablevm(1)

       For more	informations about SableVM see http://sablevm.org

SableVM	version	1.13		 January 2005			    SABLEVM(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | RECOGNIZED ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES | OPTIONS IGNORED | DEBUGGING PROPERTIES | SEE ALSO

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