Provided by: clearsilver-dev_0.10.5-4_amd64 bug

NAME

       hdf_get_node   -  Similar  to  hdf_get_obj  except  all the nodes are created if the don't
       exist.

SYNOPSIS

       #include <util/neo_hdf.h>

       NEOERR * hdf_get_node (HDF *hdf, const char *name, HDF **ret);

ARGUMENTS

       hdf -> the dataset node to start from
       name -> the name to walk to

DESCRIPTION

       hdf_get_node is similar to hdf_get_obj, except instead of stopping if it can't find a node
       in  the  tree, it will create all of the nodes necessary to hand you back the node you ask
       for.  Nodes are created with no value.

RETURN VALUE

       ret -> the dataset node you asked for

SEE ALSO

       hdf_set_symlink(3),       hdf_get_valuef(3),       compareFunc)(3),       hdf_dump_str(3),
       hdf_get_int_value(3),     hdf_read_string_ignore(3),     hdf_copy(3),     hdf_get_node(3),
       hdf_set_value(3),       hdf_obj_child(3),       hdf_read_string(3),        hdf_set_buf(3),
       hdf_register_fileload(3),       hdf_get_obj(3),      hdf_get_attr(3),      hdf_obj_top(3),
       hdf_dump_format(3), hdf_destroy(3),  hdf_init(3),  hdf_obj_value(3),  hdf_write_string(3),
       hdf_set_valuevf(3),     hdf_sort_obj(3),     hdf_write_file_atomic(3),    hdf_obj_attr(3),
       hdf_set_valuef(3),      hdf_get_copy(3),      hdf_write_file(3),       hdf_get_valuevf(3),
       hdf_set_int_value(3),  hdf_dump(3),  hdf_get_value(3),  hdf_set_copy(3),  hdf_obj_next(3),
       hdf_search_path(3), hdf_obj_name(3), hdf_set_attr(3), hdf_get_child(3), hdf_remove_tree