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    Command:

    tcpd

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           tcpd [options] [document]
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           tcpd  is  an X11/Motif based graphical editor for drawing UML component
           diagrams. Documents can be loaded from and stored to  a  file.  It  can
           print  documents  to  a  PostScript  printer or save as PostScript to a
           file.
    
           tcpd is part of The Toolkit for Conceptual Modeling (TCM).
    
    
    

    ARGUMENTS

           You can call tcpd with a single document name  as  argument.   If  this
           argument  is  an  existing file then tcpd tries to load a document from
           it. If it does not exist, a new document is created with  the  argument
           as document name. tcpd files should have suffix '*.cpd'.
    
           Without a document argument, tcpd creates a new empty component diagram
           with the name 'untitled.cpd'.
    
           In addition to the standard X11  toolkit  options  (see  X11(7)),  tcpd
           accepts the options listed below:
    
           -drawing widthxheight
                  Create  a  drawing  area  of width pixels wide and height pixels
                  high.
    
           -help  Write all available options to standard output and quit.
    
           -maxdrawing widthxheight
                  The drawing area can not be larger than width  pixels  wide  and
                  height pixels high.
    
           -priv_cmap
                  Start the editor with a private colormap.
    
           -projdir directory
                  Set  the project directory (current working directory) to direc-
                  tory.
    
           -toPS [file.ps]
                  Generate PostScript (to file.ps or stdout when no file name  was
                  given) and quit.
    
           -toEPS [file.eps]
                  Generate EPS (to file.eps or stdout when no file name was given)
                  and quit.
    
           -toFig [file.fig] [-latex]
                  Generate Fig format (to file.fig or stdout when no file name was
                  given and quit. When the -latex option is given, LaTeX fonts are
    
    
    

    ENVIRONMENT

           The TCM_HOME environment variable should be the directory where the TCM
           files are installed.
    
           PATH   Should include $TCM_HOME/bin
    
           MANPATH
                  Should include $TCM_HOME/man
    
           PRINTER
                  Name of the default printer that is used by tcpd.
    
           LD_LIBRARY_PATH
                  Should  include  $TCM_HOME/lib  when  the  distribution contains
                  shared object libraries in $TCM_HOME/lib.
    
    
    

    FILES

           The following relative files are relative to $TCM_HOME.
    
           bin/tcpd
                  the component diagram editor.
    
           bin/psf
                  a program to filter PostScript output.
    
           lib/banner.ps
                  PostScript banner page that can be used when  the  printer  does
                  not print a banner page.
    
           lib/help/*
                  The  help  directory contains a collection of text files for the
                  on-line help.
    
           lib/TCM
                  X Resources (the same as the ones that are built-in).   You  can
                  customize  the  fonts  and colors by setting resources in your X
                  defaults database.  Each string of the form ''TCM.resource:defi-
                  nition'' sets a resource.
    
           /tmp/tcmXXXXXX
                  Pseudo random temporary file, for PostScript output.
    
           lib/tcm.conf
                  TCM  editor  configuration  file.  This file contains values for
                  some of the editor defaults like  the  page  size,  the  default
                  fonts etc. This file is read by each editor upon startup.
    
           $HOME/.tcmrc
                  Each user of TCM can override some of the options of tcm.conf by
                  its own configuration file, installed in $HOME/.tcmrc.
    
    
    

    BUGS

           Please send bug reports to tcm@cs.utwente.nl.
    
                                    2 February 2000                        TCPD(1)
    
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