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wyg

Langue: en

Version: 1999-06-20 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

wyg - generate config-file parsers and automate use of getopt_long

SYNOPSIS

wyg [options] [file]

DESCRIPTION

Where's Your Grammar (or wyg) is a config-file-parser generator that automates the use of lex(1), yacc(1), and GNU getopt_long(3) so that you can worry about more important parts of your code.

wyg reads a configuration file describing the configuration variables available to your program and generates a number of output files. The simplest way of running wyg is simply to type:


     wyg

This will read the file wyg.conf and generate the output files. If you want to use a different configuration file for input to wyg, you can specify that on the wyg command line:


     wyg foo.conf

wyg provides a few options that help automate the generation of the wyg library. To automatically build libwyg.a, type:


     wyg --make

This will compile libwyg.a using the rules in Makefile.wyg. If you also want to generate a simple test program to make sure everything is working as expected, you can use the --maketest option:


     wyg --maketest

This will build a simple program called wygtest that, when run, will display the value of all your configuration variables. The source code to wygtest can be found in /usr/doc/wyg/examples/wygtest.c.

This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. Instead, it has documentation in HTML format; see below.

INPUT FILE

You tell wyg what configuration variables your code will use via the wyg configuration file (usually called wyg.conf). This is a text file that can include blank lines, comments (lines beginning with consist of five fields, seperated by whitespace:


   Name Letter Type Default Help-Text

Name
The name of the configuration variable. This can consist of letters, numbers, and "_". It must start with a letter or with "_".
Letter
The short version of the variable for use on the command line. If this variable has no short equivalent, set this field to "-".
Type
The data type of this variable. This can be int, string, float or bool.
Default
The default value of this variable. This field may not contain any whitespace; thus, strings values are currently limited to single-word defaults. This will probably change soon.
Help-Text
Help text for display to the user. This is a free-form field that can contain anything you want (except for embedded newlines).

OPTIONS

The programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options are included below. For a complete description, see the HTML file.
-h, --help
Show summary of options.
-v, --version
Show version of program.

SEE ALSO

wyg is documented fully by /usr/doc/wyg/manual.html, which is a copy of the home page http://www.larsshack.org/sw/wyg/.

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by James R. Van Zandt <jrv@vanzandt.mv.com>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
Effectivement, ca pourrait être fait. De même que par la suite,
MultiDeskOS pourrait équiper les GSM ( une fois qu'il
supportera les technologies télécoms ). Aussi, comme MultiDeskOS
n'a pas pour le moment de secteur de boot mais pourrait en
avoir un, et qu'il tourne aussi sous Windows, je ne doit
plus dire au commercant "hey, choisi moi a la place de
microsoft parce que mes logiciels vont être super par la suite"
car il me rirait au nez, disant que Windows est toujours demandé
par le débutant et que Linux peut prendre la relève de Windows.
Je ne suis pas confronté à cela et peut lui dire simplement
Voulez-vous compléter les Windows installés sur les machines
que vous vendez avec une version de MultiDeskOS ? Ceci permettra
à vos clients de réparer leur PC en une pression sur la touche
Enter de leur clavier grâce à Antibug et leur permettra de
lire leurs emails partout sans installation.
-- Jayce - Objectifs --