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|Name: gg-sfdc||Distribution: GeekGadgets/lcs 2003-04-13|
|Version: 1.0||Vendor: GeekGadgets/lcs|
|Release: 1||Build date: Thu Jul 31 08:11:58 2003|
|Group: Development/Tools||Build host: matilda|
|Size: 129905||Source RPM: gg-sfdc-1.0-1.src.rpm|
|Packager: Martin Blom <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Summary: Compile SFD files into someting useful|
sfdc is an open source replacement for Amiga, Inc.'s sfd tool, distributed with NDK 3.9. It is also an replacement for fd2inline. The basis for all work performed by sfdc is the SFD file, which contains all required information about the module and the functions provided. From this information, sfdc can: * Generate an old-style FD file for futher processing with other tools. * Generate a C prototype file, such as those normally found in the Include/clib/ directory. * Generate gcc inlines (actually preprocessor macros) or pragmas for direct library function calls (without going via library stubs). * Generate the Include/proto/ file, which includes the Include/clib/ file and either the inlines or pragmas. * Generate an assembler LVO file, which contains the library offset of all functions in the library. * Generate C stubs, which can be compiled and archived into a stub library. * Generate library gateway stubs, which can be used as part of your module as glue between the module function table and your C functions. Additionally, sfdc does all this for several Amiga-like operating systems: traditional AmigaOS, native Amithlon, AROS and MorphOS.
* Sun Jul 27 2003 Martin Blom <email@example.com> - Initial rpm.
/opt/gg/bin/sfdc /opt/gg/man/man1/sfdc.1 /usr/share/doc/gg-sfdc-1.0 /usr/share/doc/gg-sfdc-1.0/COPYING /usr/share/doc/gg-sfdc-1.0/sfdc.txt
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