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ecppc - compiler for ecpp(7)


ecppc [-bhszvtM] [-s-] [-o filename] [-n name] [-m mimetype] [--mimetypes filename] [-I
dir] [-l log-category] filename

ecppc -bb filename ...


ecppc is the compiler for the ecpp-language. ecpp is a template language, which lets the
user embed C++-code into HTML for use in tntnet(8). ecppc generates a C++-class from
a ecpp template. It can also compile binary data into a C++-class, which makes it possible
to integrate them in a tntnet application.


-b This enables binary-mode. Ecppc does not look for ecpp-tags, but creates a class,
which just copies the data

-bb This enables multi-binary-mode. Every binary-file has some overhead, when packed
into a tntnet-application. This overhead can be quite significant, when
binary-files are small, like small icons in a web application. To reduce this
overhead, multiple binaries can be packed into a single class, which removes the
per-binary overhead completely.

When the component is called, it uses the path-info-parameter
(request.getPathInfo()) from the request, to decide, which binary to send. If no
filename matches the path-info, processing is declined. The binaries need not be of
same mime-type, since the mime-type is looked automatically from the mime-database
by file- extension of the source-file.

-i filename
In multi binary mode (option -bb) filenames can be read from the file specified
with this option. This can be useful when the command line gets too long or just
for convenience.

-I dir Search include-files in directory. This option can be passed multiple times. All
specified directories are searched in turn for include-files.

-l log-category
Set log category. Default is component.componentname.

-L Disable generation of #line-directives

-m mimetype
Set mimetype of output. This is the mimetype, sent by the component to the browser
in the Content-Type- header. Without this parameter the mimetype is looked up from
the mime-database of your system using the file-extension of the source-file.

--mimetypes file
Read mimetypes from file (default: /etc/mime.types).

-M This disables normal processing and prints just the ecpp-dependencies from this
component. The output can be included into a Makefile. Ecpp-dependencies are
introduces by the <%include>-tag.

-n name
Set the name of the component. Normally this is derived from the source-file-name
by removing the path and .ecpp-extension.

-o filename
Write the generated file to the specified file instead of deriving the filename
from the source-file-name. The outputfilename is normally the source-file where
the extension is replaced by .cpp.

-p Keep path name when deriving name of component from input file name.

-s Generate singleton. Normally ecppc decides automatically, if the template is
suitable for a singleton. This option force ecppc to generate a singleton.

-s- Do not generate a singleton.

-v Enable verbose mode. This prints additional information about the processing on the

-z Compress the data in the component. Compressed data is automatically decopressed on
first use. This reduces the code-size, but slightly slows down the first call of
the component.

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