root man page

root — Interpretor of C++ for the ROOT framework

Synopsis

root [options] files ...

Description

ROOTs Object-Oriented Technologies.

root is a interactive interpretor of C++ code. It uses the ROOT framework. For more information on ROOT, please refer to http://root.cern.ch.

An extensive Users Guide is available from that site.

Options

-?
Show summary of options.
-b

Run in batch mode without graphics

-e

Execute the command passed between single quotes

-n

Do not execute logon and logoff macros as specified in .rootrc

-q

Exit after processing command line macro files

-l

Do not show splash screen

See Also

rootcling(1), cling(1), root-config(1), rootd(1), h2root(1), g2root(1)

For extensive documentation on the ROOT system, see http://root.cern.ch

A Users Guide is available online.

The classes of ROOT are all documented by the automatic documentation system, and is available online.

Files

<etcdir>/system.rootrc

System-wide configuration file. <etcdir> either ROOTSYS, or something like /etc/root

<libdir>/*

ROOT C++ class libraries. <libdir> is either ROOTSYS/lib or something like /usr/lib/root.

<incdir>/*

The header files for the ROOT C++ class libraries. <incdir> is either ROOTSYS/include or something like /usr/include/root.

~/.rootrc, ./.rootrc

User configuration file

Original Authors

The ROOT team (see web page above):

Rene Brun and Fons Rademakers

Author

This manual page was written by Christian Holm Christensen <cholm@nbi.dk>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

Referenced By

g2root(1), h2root(1), hadd(1), memprobe(1), proofd(1), proofserv(1), rmkdepend(1), root-config(1), rootd(1), root.exe(1), rootn.exe(1), roots.exe(1), ssh2rpd(1), xproofd(1).

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