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Command Line Parser Generator

A tool for generating a driver intended to call one of the procedures declared in a package specification, depending on the parameters passed to the driver.

The accepted command line arguments are derived from the formal parameters of the available procedures.

Build dependencies

  • Bash
  • GNU Parallel (or xargs)
  • GNAT
  • Mercurial (hg)
  • Perl
  • Wget
  • Tar
  • ASIS (the Ada Semantic Interface)

Installing

OS_VERSION=unix make install

Builds and tests the executable before installing it in "${DESTDIR}${PREFIX}/bin" (where "${PREFIX}" defaults to "${HOME}").

Installing may also work on Windows, if you substitute "OS_VERSION=unix" with "OS_VERSION=windows".

Testing

OS_VERSION=unix make test

Builds and tests the executable.

Building

OS_VERSION=unix make build

Builds the executable.

Examples

The project comes with some examples (located in the examples/ directory). The program command_line_parser_generator-run can be used to analyse them:

command_line_parser_generator-run bad_declares_function

Notice that command_line_parser_generator-run uses the environment variable ADA_INCLUDE_PATH to decide which directories to search for source files in. If ADA_INCLUDE_PATH isn't set, the current directory will be used.

The copyright to the software belongs to JSA Research & Innovation. The software is distributed under the Beer Ware License (revision 42):

jacob@jacob-sparre.dk wrote this. As long as you retain this notice you can do whatever you want with this stuff. If we meet some day, and you think this stuff is worth it, you can buy me a beer in return.

Notice that any source files generated by the tool are considered the work of the person who ran the tool (and thus not owned by JSA Research & Innovation).

If you want to find free Ada tools or libraries, AdaIC is an excellent starting point. You can also take a look at my other source text repositories or my web site.