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GTK-UPDATE-ICON-C(1)			 [FIXME: manual]		     GTK-UPDATE-ICON-C(1)

NAME
       gtk-update-icon-cache - Icon theme caching utility

SYNOPSIS
       gtk-update-icon-cache [--force] [--ignore-theme-index] [--index-only] [--source [name]]
			     [--quiet] [--validate] {iconpath}

DESCRIPTION
       gtk-update-icon-cache creates mmap()able cache files for icon themes.

       It expects to be given the path to a icon theme directory containing an index.theme, e.g.
       /usr/share/icons/hicolor, and writes a icon-theme.cache containing cached information
       about the icons in the directory tree below the given directory.

       GTK+ can use the cache files created by gtk-update-icon-cache to avoid a lot of system
       call and disk seek overhead when the application starts. Since the format of the cache
       files allows them to be mmap()ed shared between multiple applications, the overall memory
       consumption is reduced as well.

OPTIONS
       --force, -f
	   Overwrite an existing cache file even if it appears to be uptodate.

       --ignore-theme-index, -t
	   Don't check for the existence of 'index.theme' in the icon theme directory. Without
	   this option, gtk-update-icon-cache refuses to create an icon cache in a directory
	   which does not appear to be the toplevel directory of an icon theme.

       --index-only, -i
	   Don't include image data in the cache.

       --source, -c
	   Output a C header file declaring a constant name with the contents of the icon cache.

       --quiet, -q
	   Turn off verbose output.

       --validate, -v
	   Validate existing icon cache.

BUGS
       None known yet.

[FIXME: source] 			    10/11/2013			     GTK-UPDATE-ICON-C(1)
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