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h2pas - The C header to pascal unit conversion program.
h2pas [options] filename
h2pas attempts to convert a C header file to a pascal unit. it can handle most C
constructs that one finds in a C header file, and attempts to translate them to their
pascal counterparts. see the CONSTRUCTS section for a full description of what the
translator can handle.
H2pas is a command-line tool that translates a C header file to a spascal unit. It reads
the C header file and translates the C declarations to equivalent pascal declarations that
can be used to access code written in C.
The output of the h2pas program is written to a file with the same name as the C header
file that was used as input, but with the extension .pp. The output file that h2pas
creates can be customized in a number of ways by means of many options.
The output of h2pas can be controlled with the following options:
-d use external; for all procedure and function declarations.
-D use external libname name 'func_name' for function and procedure declarations.
-e Emit a series of constants instead of an enumeration type for the C enum construct.
-i create an include file instead of a unit (omits the unit header).
specify the library name for external function declarations.
Specify the output file name. Default is the input file name with the extension
replaced by .pp "."
-p use the letter P in front of pointer type parameters instead of "^".
-s Strip comments from the input file. By default comments are converted to comments,
but they may be displaced, since a comment is handled by the scanner.
-t prepend typedef type names with the letter T (used to follow Borland's convention
that all types should be defined with T).
-v replace pointer parameters by call by reference parameters. Use with care because
some calls can expect a NIL pointer.
-w Header file is a win32 header file (adds support for some special macros).
-x handle SYS_TRAP of the PalmOS header files.
The following C declarations and statements are recognized:
defines are changed into pascal constants if they are simple defines. macros are
changed - wherever possible to functions; however the arguments are all integers,
so these must be changed manually. Simple expressions in define staments are
recognized, as are most arithmetic operators: addition, substraction,
multiplication, division, logical operators, comparision operators, shift
operators. The C construct ( A ? B : C) is also recognized and translated to a
pascal construct with an IF statement (this is buggy, however).
the conditional preprocessing commands are recognized and translated into
equivalent pascal compiler directives. The special #ifdef __cplusplus is also
recognized and removed.
A typedef statement is changed into a pascal type statement. The following basic
types are recognized:
char changed to char.
float changed to real (=double in free pascal).
int changed to longint.
long changed to longint.
changed to longint.
short changed to integer.
changed to cardinal.
changed to byte.
changed to cardinal.
unsigned long int
changed to cardinal.
changed to word.
These types are also changed if they appear in the arguments of a function or procedure.
functions and procedures
functions and procedures are translated as well; pointer types may be changed to
call by reference arguments (using the var argument) by using the -p command line
argument. functions that have a variable number of arguments are changed to a
function with an array of const argument.
the extern specifier is recognized; however it is ignored. the packed specifier is
also recognised and changed with the PACKRECORDS directive. The const specifier is
also recognized, but is ignored.
If the -w option is specified, then the following modifiers are recognized: STDCALL
, CDECL , CALLBACK , PASCAL , WINAPI , APIENTRY , WINGDIAPI as defined in the win32
headers. If additionally the -x option is specified then the SYS_TRAP specifier is
enums enum constructs are changed into enumeration types; bear in mind that in C
enumeration types can have values assigned to them; Free Pascal also allows this to
a certain degree. If you know that values are assigned to enums, it is best to use
the -e option to change the enus to a series of integer constants.
unions unions are changed to variant records.
are changed to pascal records, with C packing.
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