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oowhereis(1)		    General Commands Manual		  oowhereis(1)

NAME
       oowhereis - OOC file finder

SYNOPSIS
       oowhereis [options] _file-name_
       oowhereis [options] _module-name_

DESCRIPTION
       oowhereis  searches  the	 configured  repositories  for a matching file
       name.  The full path (including the directory part) of the  first  file
       found is	written	to stdout.

OPTIONS
       --config	<file>
	      Use given	file as	configuration file.

       --repository <directory>, -r <directory>
	      Add a directory to the list of repositories.

       --help, -h
	      Write short usage	summary	and exit.

ENVIRONMENT
       OO2CRC holds the	name of	the configuration file.	 OOC_REPS is a list of
       repository paths, separated by colons (:).  Empty paths are ignored.

DIAGNOSTICS
       Exit status is 0	if a matching file is found, and 1 otherwise.

SEE ALSO
       oo2c(1),	OOC2 Reference Manual

AUTHOR
       Michael van Acken <mva@users.sf.net>

4.2 Berkeley Distribution					  oowhereis(1)

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