detok - OpenBIOS detokenizer
detok [options] forth-file
detok is an open-source FCode detokenizer for the OpenBIOS project. It
performs the reverse function, that is, it converts binary FCode into a
form that can be read for purposes of verification.
-h, -? Print a brief help message and then exit.
Print additional messages: the hex value of each token
processed, as well as a signature block.
-o Display the positions of the tokens relative to the start of the
first FCode block after a PCI header (if one is present), and
the destination-offset of each branch.
Note that the combination of the Verbose and Offsets options
yields the maximum amount of useful information.
-n Display the sequential number of each line of output.
Note that the -n and -o options are mutually exclusive; if both
are specified, -o will be favoured.
-a Do not stop when end0 has been encountered. This option is
usually not needed, but may be useful in cases where a file has
been corrupted or when something very strange has been
Pre-load additional FCodes before processing. These might be,
for instance, a set of vendor-specific FCodes that were
generated for a specific vendor’s products by a tokenizer
customized for that specific vendor.
David L. Paktor <email@example.com>
This manual page was written by Aurelien Jarno <firstname.lastname@example.org> for
the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
May 15, 2007