openapp -V (return code: 1)
Can't find the required application: --version.app!
openapp --help (return code: 0)
usage: openapp [--find] [--debug] application [arguments...] application is the complete or relative name of the application program with or without the .app extension, like Ink.app. [arguments...] are the arguments to the application. If --find is used, openapp prints out the full path of the application executable which would be executed, without actually executing it. It will also list all paths that are attempted. If --debug is used, openapp starts the application in the debugger (by default gdb, but can be changed using the GDB shell variable, or the --gdb=... argument). A rarely used option is --library-combo=... which can be used in non-flattened (advanced/non standard) setups to start up the application using a specified library-combo. Invoking this program as 'debugapp' is equivalent to using the --debug option.