3.4 Language control options
Language control options control how PSPP syntax files are parsed and
interpreted. The available language control options are:
When a syntax file is specified on the command line, PSPP normally
terminates after processing it. Giving this option will cause PSPP to
bring up a command prompt after processing the syntax file.
In addition, this forces syntax files to be interpreted in interactive
mode, rather than the default batch mode. See Tokenizing lines, for
information on the differences between batch mode and interactive mode
Only the syntax of any syntax file specified or of commands entered at
the command line is checked. Transformations are not performed and
procedures are not executed. Not yet implemented.
Prevents the execution of the PSPP startup syntax file.
Disables certain unsafe operations. This includes the ERASE and
HOST commands, as well as use of pipes as input and output files.