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PMK Syntax - PMK files syntax manual
This manual page describe the basic syntax used in PMK files such as
pmkfile and scanfile
PMK uses pseudo types like the following:
bool The classical boolean type with TRUE and FALSE values.
identifier An identifier is a string of alphanumerical and underscores
quoted This means quoted string which can contain a set of
characters delimited by quotation marks.
"simple quoted string"
"string that contain \"quotes\" backslashed"
"can also contain filenames like pmkfile.scan"
list It is one or more of the previous types between brackets.
Multiple objects are separated with a comma. Blanks are
currently not allowed beside commas, this means that you can
find them only in a quoted string of the list.
("added a boolean",TRUE)
PMK can contain comments, blank lines and commands.
A command has the following format (? character means optional field):
The command and label names can be assimilated to the ’word’ type. See
DATA TYPES above.
The body can contain comment(s) and definition line(s). A commented line
start with a ’#’ character like the following:
# this is a comment line
A definition line has the following format:
<?blank><key name><?blank>=<?blank><key value>
The key name is of identifier type.
The key value type can be ’bool’, ’quoted’ or ’list’. The right type
will depend on the key name (see further).
# following options use different uses of blank characters
# key value is word type
REQUIRED = TRUE
# key value is list type
# key value is quoted type
INCLUDE = "sys/param.h"