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orbit-idl-2

Langue: en

Version: 18 March 2002 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

orbit-idl-2 - IDL compiler for ORBit2

SYNOPSIS

orbit-idl-2 [ options ] file...

DESCRIPTION

orbit-idl-2
converts object interface descriptions written in CORBA IDL (Interface Definition Language) into C code that you can compile and link into your programs.

OPTIONS

orbit-idl-2 accepts the following options:

-d ARG

--debug=ARG
Set the debug level. Supported levels are 0 to 4, default is 2.
--idlwarnlevel=INT
Set the warning level for compiler warnings. Supported levels are 0 to 4, default is 2.
--showcpperrors
Show errors from cpp(1).
--small
Optimize for size instead of speed.
--oldstyle
Use the old style IDL compiler (not generally recommended).
--skeleton-impl
Generate a skeleton-impl file.
--nostubs
Do not create the stubs file.
--noskels
Do not create the skels file.
--nocommon
Do not create the common file.
--noheaders
Do not create the headers file.
--noidata
Don't generate Interface type data.

-i

--imodule
Generate only an imodule file (no skels, stubs, etc.).
--add-imodule
Generate an imodule file (as well as other files generated by default or by other options).
--onlytop
Inhibit file includes.
--pidl
Treat source as pseudo-IDL.

-D ARG

--define=ARG
Define name for preprocessor.

-I PATH

--include=PATH
Add search path for include files.
--deps=FILENAME
Generate dependency information, suitable for inclusion in a Makefile.

-l ARG

--lang=ARG
Specify the output language. The default is C. Support for languages other than C requires the installation of a backend for that language.
--backenddir=DIR
Specify the directory where a language backend is stored (not necessary if backend is stored in the default directory).
--usage
Print a very brief usage summary.

-?

--help
Print a slightly more detailed usage summary.

-v

--version
Print version number and serial.

COMPILING

The IDL file(s) compiled by orbit-idl-2 define the interfaces to network-transparent objects. These files are first passed to cpp(1), the C Preprocessor, then the result is parsed, and the C code is generated.


 By default, orbit-idl-2 generates four files, the stubs, skels, common, and header files. If your input file is named sample.idl, then the output files will be named, respectively, sample-stubs.c, sample-skels.c, sample-common.c, and sample.h. You can optionally also generate a skeleton-impl file (which would be named sample-skelimpl.c in our example), or an imodule file (e.g. sample-imodule.c). These files require manual editing to be useful, and is therefore not generated by default.

The generated C files are formatting ("pretty-printed") using indent(1). You can use another program for this if you prefer, with the --c-output-formatter argument.

SEE ALSO

orbit2-config(1), cpp(1), indent(1), /usr/share/doc/liborbit2-dev, http://orbit-resource.sourceforge.net, http://www.omg.org.

AUTHOR

Copyright © 2001, 2002 Dick Porter <dick@acm.org> and Elliot Lee <sopwith@redhat.com>

This manual was originally written for orbit-idl by Chris Waters <xtifr@debian.org> for Debian GNU/Linux.

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