The vqx executable contains Lua and Vlerq. It only depends on the standard C libs.
vqx, edit the
vqx/Makefile as needed, then proceed as follows:
cd vqx make make test # optional
When called without command-line arguments, vqx displays a help message:
vqx add file ?...? - append values to view in file vqx create file desc - create new datafile with given structure vqx delete file row - delete a row from view in file vqx fdump file - dump structure of a data file vqx help - you're lookin' at it now vqx info file - show some information about a datafile vqx lsk file - list the contents of a starkit vqx run file ?...? - run a script, with optional args vqx show file ?...? - show view contents, remaining args are path vqx test ?-v? - run the standard LuaVlerq tests (verbose) vqx version - show version details vqx with file cmd ?...? - apply cmd to view in file (in 'db' global) vqx xdump file ?len? ?off? - hex dump over a 0-based byte range in a file
Note: vqx must currently always be run from the
vqx/ directory, because it looks for the file
vqx.init (which itself depends on
This code is experimental, but it can nevertheless be used to try out quite a few things. The main logic is contained in the
vqx/vqx.init Lua script.