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cppo - lightweight cpp-like preprocessor for OCaml
cppo [Options...] files...
cppo is the equivalent of the C preprocessor for OCaml. It permits the definition and expansion of simple (in comparison with camlp4) macros and file inclusion. cppo supports functional macros, conditionals, boolean and arithmetic expressions, stringification, and calling different, external preprocessors. For a precise description of the features, see /usr/share/doc/cppo/README.gz.
-D IDENT define IDENT -U IDENT undefine IDENT -I DIR add DIR to the search path for included files -o FILE write output to FILE -q Identify and preserve camlp4 quotations -s Output line directives pointing to the exact source location of each token, including those coming from the body of macro definitions. This behavior is off by default. -n Do not output any line directive other than those found in the input (overrides -s). -version print version and exit -x NAME:CMD_TEMPLATE Define a custom preprocessor target section starting with: #ext "NAME" and ending with: #endext NAME must be a lowercase identifier of the form [a-z][A-Za-z0-9_]* CMD_TEMPLATE is a command template supporting the following special sequences: %F file name (unescaped; beware of potential scripting attacks) %B number of the first line %E number of the last line %% a single percent sign The filename, the first line number and the last line number are available to the external preprocessor via the environment variables CPPO_FILE, CPPO_FIRST_LINE, CPPO_LAST_LINE. The command is expected to read from stdin and to write to stdout. -help | --help Display options and exit
the cppo web page, http://mjambon.com/cppo.html the text manual in /usr/share/doc/cppo/README.gz
This manual page was written by Sylvain Le Gall <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Hendrik Tews <email@example.com>, specifically for the Debian project (and may be used by others).