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gnat, gnatbind, gnatbl, gnatchop, gnatfind, gnathtml, gnatkr, gnatlink, gnatls, gnatmake, gnatprep, gnatpsta, gnatpsys, gnatxref - GNAT toolbox DESCRIPTION
Those programs are part of GNU GNAT, a freely available Ada 95 compiler. For accessing the full GNAT manuals, use info gnat-ug-4.6 and info gnat-rm-4.6 for the sections related to the reference manual. If those sections cannot be found, you will have to install the gnat-4.4-doc package as well (since these manuals contain invariant parts, the pack- age is located in the non-free part of the Debian archive). You may also browse which provides the GCC online documentation. AUTHOR
This manpage has been written by Samuel Tardieu <>, for the Debian GNU/Linux project. Debian Project Jun 2002 GNAT TOOLBOX(1)

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GNATPP(1)							    ASIS Tools								 GNATPP(1)

gnatpp - Ada pretty-printer SYNOPSIS
gnatpp [options] {filename | -files filename} [gcc_switches] DESCRIPTION
gnatpp recreates the source text of the specified Ada units from GNAT's parse tree. Along the way, it reformats the source text according to the many options. The defaults are suitable for the GNAT style guide. OPTIONS
-A(0|1|2|3|4|5) set alignment, all the alignments are set ON by default 0 set the default for all the alignments OFF 1 align colons in declarations 2 align assignments in declarations 3 align assignments in assignment statements 4 align arrow delimiters in associations 5 align 'AT' keywords in component clauses -a(L|U|M) set attribute casing L lower case U upper case M mixed case (set as default) -c(0|1|2|3|4) comments layout 0 do not format comments 1 GNAT style comment line indentation (set as default) 2 standard comment line indentation 3 GNAT style comment beginning 4 reformat comment blocks -clnnn indentation level for continuation lines, nnn from 1 .. 9 -Dfile set file as the dictionary file defining casing exceptions -D- do not use RM95-defined casing for predefined names, use casing defined by -n parameter and dictionary file(s) instead -e do not set missed end/exit labels -ff put Form Feed after a pragma Page -gnatecpath the same as GNAT -gnatec option -innn indentation level, nnn from 1 .. 9, the default value is 3 -Idir the same as GNAT -I option -I- the same as GNAT -I- option -k(L|U) set keyword casing L lower case (set as default) U upper case -l(1|2|3) set construct layout 1 GNAT style layout (set as default) 2 compact layout 3 uncompact layout -Mnnn set maximum line length, nnn from 32 .. 256, the default value is 79 -n(D|U|L|M) set name casing (for both defining and usage occurrences) D as declared (set as default) U all in upper case L all in lower case M mixed -N no tabulation in comments -p(L|U|M) L lower case U upper case M mixed case (set as default) --RTS=dir the same as GNAT --RTS option -Tnnn do not use additional indentation level for case alternatives and variants if their number is nnn or more (the default value is 10) -q quiet mode -v verbose mode -dd progress indicator verbose mode -w warnings ON Output file control -pipe send the output into stdout -o output_file write the output into output_file. Give up if output_file already exists -of output_file write the output into output_file, overriding the existing file -r replace the argument source with the pretty-printed source and copy the argument source into filename.npp. Give up if filename.npp already exists. -rf replace the argument source with the pretty-printed source and copy the argument source into filename.npp, overriding the existing file -rnb replace the argument source with the pretty-printed source and do not create the back-up copy of the argument source Input files filename the name of the Ada source file to be reformatted. Wildcards are allowed. -files filename the name of the text file containing a list of Ada source files to reformat GCC switches gcc_switches Passed to gnatgcc as "-cargs gcc_switches". AUTHOR
ASIS-for-GNAT was originally developed by the ASIS-for-GNAT team at the Software Engineering Laboratory of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (LGL-EPFL) in Lausanne, Switzerland, in cooperation with the Scientific Research Computer Center of Moscow State University (SRCC MSU), Russia, with funding partially provided by grants from the Swiss National Science Foundation and the Swiss Academy of Engineer- ing Sciences. ASIS-for-GNAT is now maintained by AdaCore ( This manual page was written by Ludovic Brenta <> for the Debian project, from the gnatpp sources. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 1995-2006, Free Software Foundation, Inc. SEE ALSO
asistant(1), gnat(1), gnatcheck(1), gnatelim(1), gnatmetric(1), gnatstub(1) /usr/share/doc/asis-programs/README.gnatpp info asis_ug ASIS-for-GNAT User's Guide, provided by by package libasis-doc in the Info system, and in text, PDF and HTML formats in /usr/share/doc/libasis-doc. (asis-doc is in the non-free sec- tion of Debian). info asis_rm ASIS-for-GNAT Reference Manual, same package. GNU Ada Tools June 2006 GNATPP(1)
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