xdt-csource - Man Page

C code generation utility for arbitrary data

Synopsis

xdt-csource [options] [file]

xdt-csource [options] --build-list [[name] [file]...]

Description

xdt-csource is a small utility that generates C code containing arbitrary data, useful for compiling texts or other data directly into programs. It supersedes exo-csource.

Invocation

xdt-csource either takes as input one file name to generate code for, or, using the --build-list option, a list of (name, file) pairs to generate code for a list of images into named variables.

Options

-h,  --help

Print brief help and exit.

-V,  --version

Print version information and exit.

--extern

Generate extern symbols.

--static

Generate static symbols (default).

--name=identifier

Specifies the identifier name (prefix) for the generated variables (only used if --build-list was not specified as well).

--build-list

Enables (name, file) pair parsing mode.

--strip-comments

Remove comments from XML files

--strip-content

Remove node contents from XML files

--output=identifier

Prints the output to identifier instead of stdout (only used if --build-list was not specified as well).

See Also

The gdk-pixbuf-csource utility which ships with the Gtk+ distribution, available from www.gtk.org[1].

Author

Original program exo-csource was written by Benedikt Meurer <benny@xfce.org>. xdt-csource supersedes it.

This manual page was provided by the Xfce Development Team <xfce4-dev@xfce.org>.

Notes

1.

www.gtk.org
https://www.gtk.org

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12/22/2020 Xfce Users Manual