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List of general framework commands

Command(s) available in the "AppFrame" module:

      echo              Send text argument to stdout (useful in scripts).
      exit              Leave the current menu, module, or process
      help              Bring up help text for the current context.
      show              Display the value of any parameters or statistics.
      sourceFoundFile   Source file in $BFDEFAULTSEARCHPATH or $BFSEARCHPATH.
      verbose           bool parameter: set or list.
      production        bool parameter: set or list.
      enableFrames      bool parameter: set or list.
      events            Command used to control the looping over events
      module            Command used to control and specify modules
      path              Command used to create, modify and control paths
      sequence          Command used to create, modify and control sequences
      config            Dump and restore configuration.
      action            Command used to control module actions
      strictModuleDisable       bool parameter: set or list.

For more information on a particular command type '<command> help'.
A minimal set to select an input file and run 5 events is:
    module talk FileInput
      input file <your_file>
      exit
    ev begin -nev 5
    exit

A script can also be specified as the first argument when running the program.

In addition the following command aliases can also be used.

Alias: Command Equivalent:
mod     module
cont    events continue
talk    module talk
seq     sequence
begin   events begin
up      exit
clone   module clone
logout  exit
ev      events
quit    exit
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