The tool tracepp pretty prints the content of a trace file in various human readable output formats. A proviso is that the requested information, especially information about state vectors, must be present in the trace. If no explicit input trace file is given, input is read from stdin.
tracepp [OPTION]... [INFILE [OUTFILE]]
Convert the trace in INFILE and save it in another format to OUTFILE. If OUTFILEis not present, stdout is used. If INFILE is not present, stdin is used.
Input should be either in plain format, which means a text file with one action on each line, or the mCRL2 trace format (as generated by lps2lts, for example).
Command line options
print the trace in the specified FORMAT:
plain text with state vectors
the mCRL2 format
the Aldebaran format
the GraphViz format
append timing measurements to FILE. Measurements are written to standard error if no FILE is provided
do not display warning messages
display short log messages
display detailed log messages
display log messages up to and including level; either warn, verbose, debug or trace
display help information
display version information
display help information, including hidden and experimental options