SYNOPSISrhino [options] script_filename_or_url [script_arguments]
DESCRIPTIONThis manual page documents briefly the rhino command. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. It is written according to the html documentation.
- -e script_source
- -f script_filename_or_url
- -opt, -O optLevel
- Optimizes at level optLevel, which must be an integer between -1 and 9. -1 means Interpretive mode is always used. 0 means no optimizations whereas 9 means all optimizations are performed.
- -version versionNumber
Enable strict mode.
Scripts executing in the shell have access to some additional properties of the top-level object.
- The arguments object is an array containing the strings of all the arguments given at the command line when the shell was invoked.
- Executing the help function will print usage and help messages.
- Define an extension using the Java class named with the string argument className. Uses ScriptableObject.defineClass() to define the extension.
- Restore from the specified file an object previously written by a call to serialize.
- Load and execute the class named by the string argument className. The class must be a class that implements the Script interface, as will any script compiled by jsc.
- Evaluate and print expressions. Evaluates each expression, converts the result to a string, and prints it.
- Read given file and convert its bytes to a string using the specified character coding or default character coding if explicit coding argument is not given.
- Open an input connection to the given string url, read all its bytes and convert them to a string using the specified character coding or default character coding if explicit coding argument is not given.
- Serialize the given object to the specified file.
- Run the given function or script in a different thread.
- creates a synchronized function (in the sense of a Java synchronized method) from an existing function. The new function synchronizes on the this object of its invocation.
- Quit shell. The shell will also quit in interactive mode if an end-of-file character is typed at the prompt.
AUTHORThis manual page was written by Wolfgang Baer <[email protected]>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).