Provided by: beast_0.7.8-1_amd64
SFIDL - SFI IDL Compiler
sfidl [OPTIONS] input.idl
sfidl generates glue code for Bse objects and plugins from interface definition language files.
--help [binding] Print general usage information. Or, if binding was specified, print usage information for this language binding. --version Print program version. -I DIRECTORY Add DIRECTORY to include path. --print-include-path Print include path. --nostdinc Prevents standard include path from being used. Language bindings: --client-c Generate C client language binding. --client-c Generate C core language binding. --host-c Generate C host language binding. --client-cxx Generate C++ client language binding. --core-cxx Generate C++ core language binding. --plugin Generate C++ plugin language binding. --list-types Print all types defined in the idlfile. This option is used only for BSE internally to ease transition from C to C++ types. Language binding options: --header Generate header file, this is the default. --source Generate source file. --prefix prefix C host/client language binding option, sets the prefix for C functions. The prefix ensures that no symbol clashes will occur between different programs/libraries which are using a binding, so it is important to set it to something unique to your application/library. --init name Set the name of the init function for C host/core bindings. --namespace namespace C++ client language binding, sets the namespace to use for the code. The namespace ensures that no symbol clashes will occur between different programs/libraries which are using a binding, so it is important to set it to something unique to your application/library. --lower Select lower case identifiers in the C++ client language binding (create_midi_synth), this is the default. --mixed Select mixed case identifiers in the C++ client language binding (createMidiSynth).
bsescm.1 <http://testbit.eu/Bsescm.1>, BSE Object Reference <http://beast.testbit.eu/bse- objects>, BSE Interface Reference <http://beast.testbit.eu/bse-interface>, SFIDL Documentation <http://beast.testbit.eu/sfidl-manual>