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stdair — C++ Standard Airline IT Object Library

Synopsis

stdair [--prefix] [-v|--version] [-h|--help] [-b|--builtin] [-i|--input <path-to-input>] [-l|--log <path-to-output-log-file>]

Description

stdair is a small program showing how to use the StdAir library.

stdair accepts the following options:

--prefix
Show the StdAir installation prefix.

-v, --version
Print the currently installed version of StdAir on the standard output.

-h, --help
Produce that message and show usage.

-b, --builtin
The sample BOM tree can be either built-in or parsed from an input file. When that option is selected, an input file must then be given with the -i/--input option. When that option is not selected, the stdair program builds a simple use case directly from internal hard-coded parameters (demand distribution details and resource/cabin capacities).

-r, --rmol
The sample BOM tree corresponds to a typical usage by RMOL

-c, --crs
The sample BOM tree corresponds to a typical usage by SimCRS

-i, --input <path-to-input-file>
Path (absolute or relative) of the (CVS) input file specifying the demand distribution parameters and resource (cabin) capacities.

-l, --log <path-to-output-log-file>
Path (absolute or relative) of the output log file.

See the output of the `stdair --help' command for default options.

See Also

stdair-config(1), stdair-library(3)

Support

Please report any bugs to https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/stdai…

Referenced By

stdair-config(1), stdair-library(3).

Tue May 17 2016 Version 1.00.2 StdAir