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The CREF command runs the CREF program. If you have created any
files to be processed with CREF (using the /CREF switch with a
COMPILE, LOAD, DEBUG, or EXECUTE command), CREF processes them
and prints them on the line printer. The file containing the
names of these CREF files is then deleted so that subsequent CREF
commands will not list them again.
When the logical device name LPT: is assigned to a device other
than the line printer, the CREF files are stored on that device
with the same file name and the extension .LST. (See the CREF
manual in the TOPS-10 Software Notebooks for more information.)
Where: file-spec is a valid file specification. For more
information on file specification, see the help file
FISPEC. When you supply a file specification in the
command line, CREF produces a cross-referenced listing
file for the specified file. If you do not give an
argument to the command, CREF uses the argument saved
from a previous COMPILE-class command. If there is no
stored argument, CREF prompts with an asterisk (*).
You can use the following switches with the CREF command.
/A Advances magtape by one file (may be repeated).
/B Backspaces magtape by one file (may be repeated).
/C Cancels SWITCH.INI switch defaulting.
/D Permits default switches as for SWITCH.INI.
/H Types this text.
/K Kills user-defined symbol table listing.
/M Suppresses user macro's, OPDEF's, symbol table.
/O Lists the opcodes.
/P Preserves (does not delete) input files.
/R Restarts listing and prompts for line number.
/S Suppresses program listing and lists only symbol
/W Rewinds tape.
/Z Indicates zero DECtape directory.
Leaves your terminal at monitor level.
Destroys your core image.
1. Compile the files contained in the command file PROMAC and
produce CREF listing files on the disk.
Process and list the cross-referenced listing files produced
by the COMPILE command. The argument is the stored argument
that was used in the COMPILE command.
.SET SPOOL LPT<RET>
2. Compile and load the files contained in the command file
CONALL. Produce a loader map with the file name NAME and
CREF files on disk.
Assign the logical name LPT to magnetic tape unit 1. Store
the CREF files on MTA1: to be output at a later time.
.ASSIGN MTA1 LPT<RET>