The Analyzing Paths Page
Last update: 5/19/98
Welcome to the Analyzing Paths page.
In the February 1998 Toolman article, two tools are discussed:
reslink, a program for resolving symbolic links,
and seepath, a program for displaying status details of each
component of a path.
Both are diagnostic tools that aid in analyzing UNIX paths.
The article about reslink and seepath,
"Toolman: Upcoming Issues; Analyzing Paths,"
appears in the February 1998 issue of
the USENIX Association's ;login: magazine.
The following are available:
: Yuji's reslink page.
: The seepath program itself -- Bourne shell script [5 KB].
: The "man" page, troff format [4 KB].
: The "man" page, PostScript format [10 KB].
: The ;login: article in html.
: The ;login: article in plain ASCII text format [9 KB].
: The article in PDF format [50 KB].
reslink is written and maintained by
Yuji Shinozaki, and
seepath is written and maintained by
Daniel E. Singer, both
Department of Computer Science of
If you have any questions, please send email to
Note: Yuji now works for the
University of North Carolna Physics Department, and can be reached at
the Toolman page.
Dan's Home Page.
Copyright © 1998 Daniel E. Singer. All rights reserved.