Method cpp()


Method cpp

string cpp(string data, mapping|string|void current_file, int|string|void charset, object|void handler, void|int compat_major, void|int compat_minor, void|int picky_cpp)

Description

Run a string through the preprocessor.

Preprocesses the string data with Pike's builtin ANSI-C look-alike preprocessor. If the current_file argument has not been specified, it will default to "-". charset defaults to "ISO-10646".

If the second argument is a mapping, no other arguments may follow. Instead, they have to be given as members of the mapping (if wanted). The following members are recognized:

"current_file" : string

Name of the current file. It is used for generating #line directives and for locating include files.

"charset" : int|string

Charset to use when processing data.

"handler" : object

Compilation handler.

"compat_major" : int

Sets the major pike version used for compat handling.

"compat_minor" : int

Sets the minor pike version used for compat handling.

"picky_cpp" : int

Generate more warnings.

"keep_comments" : int

This option keeps cpp() from removing comments. Useful in combination with the prefix feature below.

"prefix" : string

If a prefix is given, only prefixed directives will be processed. For example, if the prefix is "foo", then #foo_ifdef COND and foo___LINE__ would be processed, #ifdef COND and __LINE__ would not.

See also

compile()