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NAME

       awsres - build resource files for Ada Web Server applications

SYNOPSIS

       awsres [-h] [-r unit] [-q] file...

DESCRIPTION

       The  Ada  Web  Server  is  a  library  that allows you to embed a web server into your Ada
       application.  It provides not only HTTP but also SOAP, WSDL and several other  facilities.
       Thus  you  can write full-fledged web applications.  awsres allows you to embed resources,
       such as pictures, into your final executable, so that your executable is completely  self-
       contained and does not need to read other files at run time.

       awsres  works  by  creating  Ada  source files that contain the data for your resources as
       arrays of bytes.  You then compile these Ada source files into your  executable.   At  run
       time,  the  AWS  library  automatically  loads  the resources from the executable whenever
       available.

       awsres creates one parent Ada package named, by default, `res', and one child package  for
       each  of  the  files given on the command line.  The package `res' registers each resource
       when your application starts.  To link `res' into your executable you simply add  a  `with
       res;' statement in one of your source files.

EXAMPLE

       $ ls
       image.png
       $ awsres image.png
       AWSRes - Resource Creator v1.0

       creating image.png...
        -> registered

       $ ls
       res.adb  res.ads  res-image_png.ads  image.png

OPTIONS

       -h     Display help message.

       -r name
              Set the root unit name. Default is `res'.

       -q     Quiet mode.

SEE ALSO

       ada2wsdl(1), aws_password(1), webxref(1), wsdl2aws(1)

       The Ada Web Server User's Guide in package libaws1-doc.

AUTHOR

       awsres   was   written   by   Dmitriy  Anisimkov  <anisimkov@yahoo.com>  and  Pascal  Obry
       <p.obry@wanadoo.fr> as part of the Ada Web Server.

       This manual page was written by Ludovic Brenta  <ludovic.brenta@insalien.org>  for  Debian
       GNU/Linux.