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       glib-compile-resources - GLib resource compiler

       glib-compile-resources [OPTION...] {FILE}

       glib-compile-resources reads the resource description from FILE and the files that it
       references and creates a binary resource bundle that is suitable for use with the
       GResource API. The resulting bundle is then written out as-is, or as C source for linking
       into an application.

       The XML resource files normally have the filename extension .gresource.xml. For a detailed
       description of the XML file format, see the GResource documentation.

       -h, --help
	   Print help and exit

	   Store the compiled resources in the file TARGET. If not specified a filename based on
	   the FILE basename is used.

	   The files referenced in FILE are loaded from this directory. If not specified, the
	   current directory is used.

	   Write the output file in the format selected for by its filename extension:

	       C source

	       C header

	       resource bundle

	   Instead of a writing the resource bundle in binary form create a C source file that
	   contains the resource bundle. This can then be compiled into an application for easy

	   Generate a header file for use with C code generated by --generate-source.

	   Prints the list of files that the resource bundle references to standard output. This
	   can be used to track dependencies in the build system. For example, the following make
	   rule would mark test.gresource as depending on all the files that test.gresource.xml
	   includes, so that is is automatically rebuilt if any of them change:

	       test.gresource: test.gresource.xml $(shell $(GLIB_COMPILE_RESOURCES) --generate-dependencies test.gresource.xml)

	   Note that this may or may not be portable to non-GNU make.

	   Specify the prefix used for the C identifiers in the code generated by
	   --generate-source and --generate-header.

	   By default code generated by --generate-source uses automatic initialization of the
	   resource. This works on most systems by using the compiler support for constructors.
	   However, some (uncommon) compilers may not support this, you can then specify
	   --manual-register, which will generate custom register and unregister functions that
	   your code can manually call at initialization and uninitialization time.

	   By default code generated by --generate-source declares all initialization functions
	   as extern. So they are exported unless this is prevented by a link script or other
	   means. Since libraries usually want to use the functions only internally it can be
	   more useful to declare them as G_GNUC_INTERNAL which is what --internal does.

	   The full path to the xmllint executable. This is used to preprocess resources with the
	   xml-stripblanks preprocessing option. If this environment variable is not set, xmllint
	   is searched in the PATH.

	   The full path to the gdk-pixbuf-pixdata executable. This is used to preprocess
	   resources with the to-pixdata preprocessing option. If this environment variable is
	   not set, gdk-pixbuf-pixdata is searched in the PATH.

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