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NAME

       typemaker2 - creates source and header files for the given XML file

SYNOPSIS

       typemaker2 [global options] <command> [local options]

DESCRIPTION

       This tool generates source and header files for simple data containers from XML files. It
       creates fromDb and toDb functions for structs and getters and setters for any member.

       This makes it easier to maintain data containers with many members (as in AB_TRANSACTION).

       A member you add to the XML file will immediately be loaded, saved, destroyed and copied
       with the rest of the struct upon request (e.g. _fromDb() will load all members from a
       GWEN_DB).

       The current version creates a C file and headers for it.

       It also creates appropriate API documentation if provided with the source XML file.

GLOBAL OPTIONS

       -D PARAM, --api=PARAM
           API declaration prefix (like GWENHYWFAR_API)

       --public=PARAM
           Name of the public header file to create

       --library=PARAM
           Name of the library header file to create

       --protected=PARAM
           Name of the protected header file to create

       --private=PARAM
           Name of the private header file to create

       --code=PARAM
           Name of the code file to create

       --destfolder=PARAM
           Destination folder

       --lang=PARAM
           Language for which to create the headers and code

       -I PARAM, --include=PARAM
           Add folder to include for type lookup

       -d, --defs-only
           Only write def files (*.tm2)

       -h, --help
           Show this help screen

COMMANDS

       build
           This command creates source and header files for the given file

BUGS

       No bugs known at the time of writing this manual page.

COPYING

       Copyright (C) Martin Preuß. Free use of this software is granted under the terms of the
       GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).

       The manpage was composed by Micha Lenk and converted by the nifty tool AsciiDoc into a
       manpage.

AUTHOR

       Micha Lenk <micha@debian.org>
           Author.

                                            2016-01-30                              TYPEMAKER2(1)