This is the command mkchdr that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
mkchdr - creates a C header file from a type table
mkchdr <tbl-file> [output-file]
mkchdr will generate a C header file from the given type table. The C data structures
will be written to the given output file. If an output file is not given, the C header is
written to stdout.
The generated C data structure is the value representation that table driven encoder
expects (and decoder returns) for the type definitions in the given type table. The table
driven encoder and decoder, etc. routines do not use the generated header - they treat
the data in a generic way. The generated header file simply saves you the hassle of
dealing with ASN.1 values in the same generic way. Instead you get properly named structs
and field names. You do not need to use mkchdr to use the table driven encoders etc. but
it is recommended.
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