SYNOPSISssadump [flags] args ...
SSA builder and interpreter.
When -run is specified, ssadump will find the first package that defines a main function and run it in the interpreter. If none is found, the tests of each package will be run instead.
Options controlling the SSA builder.
The value is a sequence of zero or more of these letters:
C perform sanity [C]hecking of the SSA form. D include [D]ebug info for every function. P log [P]ackage inventory. F log [F]unction SSA code. S log [S]ource locations as SSA builder progresses. G use binary object files from gc to provide imports (no code). L build distinct packages seria[L]ly instead of in parallel. N build [N]aive SSA form: don't replace local loads/stores with registers.
write cpu profile to file
Options controlling the SSA test interpreter.
The value is a sequence of zero or more more of these letters:
R disable [R]ecover() from panic; show interpreter crash instead. T [T]race execution of the program. Best for single-threaded programs!
Invokes the SSA interpreter on the program.
Quickly dump SSA form of a single package:
ssadump -build=FPG hello.go
Interpret a program, with tracing:
ssadump -run -interp=T hello.go
Interpret the unicode package's tests, verbosely:
ssadump -run unicode -- -test.v
This manual page was written by Michael Stapelberg <[email protected]>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others).