ldump - Dump raw land unit information
ldump <UNITS> [<fields>]
The ldump command displays all information on some or all of your land units. ldump is a combination of land, lcargo, and lstat. Each ship's information is printed on one very long line. Fields are separated by a single space.
This command is designed to be used for input to an empire tool such as "ve".
In the syntax of the ldump command <UNITS> are the land units on which you wish information, [<fields>] are the fields you wish to dump. If no fields are specified, all fields are printed. (see Info: Syntax).
An ldump command lists all selected land units headed by:
Sun Feb 9 22:16:37 1997 DUMP LAND UNITS 855544597 <fields>
The first line is the date. The second line is the "DUMP LAND UNITS <timestamp>" where the <timestamp> field is the current timestamp. The third line is the columns which are output.
These columns represent the following fields which are also the selection criteria for the command.
The following may be used as fields. They must be entered EXACTLY as shown here (no partial pattern matching is done.)
- type type of land unit
- x x location
- y y location
- army army
- eff efficiency
- mil # of mil loaded
- fort fortification level
- mob mobility
- food # of food loaded
- fuel obsolete, retained for backwards compatibility, always zero
- tech technology of unit
- retr retreat %age of unit
- react current reaction radius
- xl # of x-light planes loaded onto unit
- nland # of land units loaded onto unit
- land land unit # this unit is loaded on
- ship ship # this unit is loaded on
- shell # of shells loaded
- gun # of guns loaded
- petrol # of petrol loaded
- iron # of iron loaded
- dust # of dust loaded
- bar # of bars loaded
- oil # of oil loaded
- lcm # of lcms loaded
- hcm # of hcms loaded
- rad # of rads loaded
- att attack value of unit
- def defense value of unit
- vul vulnerability of unit
- spd speed of unit
- vis visibility of unit
- spy spy ability of unit
- radius maximum reaction radius
- frg firing range of unit
- acc accuracy of unit
- dam damage unit does when firing
- amm amount of ammo used when firing
- aaf anti-aircraft fire provided
A typical usage might be:
[##:##] Command : ldump #5
which would list data for all land units in realm #5.
A ldump lists each of your land units in the specified area. The header line is a list of fields that correspond to the order that ldump prints the land unit info.