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CSWC(1) FreeBSD General Commands Manual CSWC(1)

cswc - CScout workspace compiler

cswc [-gv] [-d directory] [file]

cswc is a workspace compiler for the CScout C source code analyzer and refactoring browser. CScout integrates in a single process the functionality of a multi-project build engine, an ANSI C preprocessor, and the parts of a C compiler up to and including the semantic analysis based on types. The build engine functionality is required to allow the user to process multiple compilation and link units as a single batch. Only thus can CScout detect dependencies across different files and projects. Each compilation unit can reside in a different directory and can require processing using different macro definitions or a different include file path. In a normal build process these options are typically specified in a Makefile. The CScout operation is similarly guided by a declarative workspace definition file. To decouple the complexity of the CScout workspace processing specification from its actual operation, and to encouriage experimentation with alternative (e.g. IDE-based) workspace specification mechanisms, CScout is guided by a very simple imperative script typically generated from more sophisticated workspace definitions by cswc, the CScout workspace compiler.

This manual page describes the cswc invocation and command-line options. Details about its input and output formats, setup, and configuration can be found in the online hypertext documentation and at the project's home page

-d directory
Specify the directory to use for locating the CScout configuration files.
Compile the project as generic rather than host-specific C code. This means that the generated files will include CScout's standard-C include and macro definition files (stdc-incs.h and stdc-defs.h), rather than the host-specific ones (host-incs.h and host-defs.h).
Display the cswc version and copyright information and exit.

The following is a configuration file used for processing the apache web server.

workspace apache {
    cd "/usr/local/src/apache/src"
    ro_prefix "/usr/local/src/apache/src/include/ap_config"
    # Global project definitions
    define HTTPD_ROOT "/usr/local/apache"
    define SUEXEC_BIN "/usr/local/apache/bin/suexec"
    define SHARED_CORE_DIR "/usr/local/apache/libexec"
    define DEFAULT_PIDLOG "logs/"
    define DEFAULT_SCOREBOARD "logs/httpd.scoreboard"
    define DEFAULT_LOCKFILE "logs/httpd.lock"
    define DEFAULT_XFERLOG "logs/access_log"
    define DEFAULT_ERRORLOG "logs/error_log"
    define TYPES_CONFIG_FILE "conf/mime.types"
    define SERVER_CONFIG_FILE "conf/httpd.conf"
    define ACCESS_CONFIG_FILE "conf/access.conf"
    define RESOURCE_CONFIG_FILE "conf/srm.conf"
    define AUX_CFLAGS
    define LINUX 22 
    define USE_HSREGEX 
    define NO_DL_NEEDED
    # Give project-specific directory and include path properties
    project gen_uri_delims {
        cd "main"
        ipath "../os/unix"
        ipath "../include"
        file gen_uri_delims.c
    # Alternative formulation; specify per-file properties
    project gen_test_char {
        file gen_test_char.c {
            cd "main"
            ipath "../os/unix"
            ipath "../include"
    # httpd executable; specify directory-based properties
    project httpd {
        directory main {
            ipath "../os/unix"
            ipath "../include"
            file alloc.c buff.c http_config.c http_core.c
            file http_log.c http_main.c http_protocol.c
            file http_request.c http_vhost.c util.c util_date.c
            file util_script.c util_uri.c util_md5.c rfc1413.c
        directory regex {
            ipath "."
            ipath "../os/unix"
            ipath "../include"
            define POSIX_MISTAKE
            file regcomp.c regexec.c regerror.c regfree.c
        directory os/unix {
            ipath "../../os/unix"
            ipath "../../include"
            file os.c os-inline.c
        directory ap {
            ipath "../os/unix"
            ipath "../include"
            file ap_cpystrn.c ap_execve.c ap_fnmatch.c ap_getpass.c 
            file ap_md5c.c ap_signal.c ap_slack.c ap_snprintf.c 
            file ap_sha1.c ap_checkpass.c ap_base64.c ap_ebcdic.c
        directory modules/standard {
            ipath "../../os/unix"
            ipath "../../include"
            file mod_env.c mod_log_config.c mod_mime.c
            file mod_negotiation.c mod_status.c mod_include.c
            file mod_autoindex.c mod_dir.c mod_cgi.c mod_asis.c
            file mod_imap.c mod_actions.c mod_userdir.c
            file mod_alias.c mod_access.c mod_auth.c mod_setenvif.c
        directory . {
            ipath "./os/unix"
            ipath "./include"
            file modules.c buildmark.c


(C) Copyright 2003 Diomidis Spinellis.
11 April 2019

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