Provided by: erlang-diameter_22.2.7+dfsg-1_amd64
diameterc - diameterc [<options>] <file>
The diameterc utility is used to compile a diameter dictionary file into Erlang source. The resulting source implements the interface diameter required to encode and decode the dictionary's messages and AVPs. The module diameter_make(3erl) provides an alternate compilation interface.
diameterc [<options>] <file>: Compile a single dictionary file to Erlang source. Valid options are as follows. -i <dir>: Prepend the specified directory to the code path. Use to point at beam files compiled from inherited dictionaries, @inherits in a dictionary file creating a beam dependency, not an erl/hrl dependency. Multiple -i options can be specified. -o <dir>: Write generated source to the specified directory. Defaults to the current working directory. -E: -H: Suppress erl and hrl generation, respectively. --name <name>: --prefix <prefix>: Transform the input dictionary before compilation, setting @name or @prefix to the specified string. --inherits <arg>: Transform the input dictionary before compilation, appending @inherits of the specified string. Two forms of --inherits have special meaning: --inherits - --inherits Prev/Mod The first has the effect of clearing any previous inherits, the second of replacing a previous inherits of Prev to one of Mod. This allows the semantics of the input dictionary to be changed without modifying the file itself. Multiple --inherits options can be specified.
Returns 0 on success, non-zero on failure.