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idl2deb(1) [debian man page]

IDL2DEB(1)							  [FIXME: manual]							IDL2DEB(1)

NAME
idl2deb - create a Debian package for CORBA monitoring from IDL SYNOPSIS
idl2deb [-d opts] [--dbopts=opts] [-e address] [--email=address] [-i idlfile] [--idl=idlfile] [-h] [--help] [-n name] [--name=name] [-p] [--preserve] [-v] [--version] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the idl2deb command. idl2deb takes an CORBA IDL file as input and creates a Debian package from it. The package contains a loadable module for the wireshark network analyser. OPTIONS
-d opts --dbopts=opts options for dpkg-buildpackage. -e address --email=address use e-mail address. -i idlfile --idl=idlfile IDL file to use (mandatory). -h --help print help and exit. -n name --name=name use user name. -p --preserve do not overwrite files. -v --version print version and exit. Example: /usr/bin/idl2deb -e me@foo.net -i bar.idl -n "My Name" -d "-rfakeroot -uc -us" SEE ALSO
A lot of tools are used, which you have to apt-get install: wireshark-dev, python, cdbs, autotools-dev, debhelper, dpkg-dev. COPYING
This manual page was written by W. Borgert debacle@debian.org for Debian GNU/Linux (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. AUTHOR
W. Borgert Author. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2003, 2005 W. Borgert [FIXME: source] 2003-08-17 IDL2DEB(1)

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ASN2DEB(1)							  [FIXME: manual]							ASN2DEB(1)

NAME
asn2deb - create a Debian package for BER monitoring from ASN.1 SYNOPSIS
asn2deb [-a ASN.1 file] [--asn=ASN.1 file] [-d opts] [--dbopts=opts] [-e address] [--email=address] [-h] [--help] [-n name] [--name=name] [-p] [--preserve] [-v] [--version] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the asn2deb command. asn2deb takes an ASN.1 file as input and creates a Debian package from it. The package contains a loadable type table file for the wireshark network analyser. The type table is generated by the ASN.1 compiler snacc. OPTIONS
-a ASN.1 file --asn=ASN.1 file ASN.1 file to use (mandatory). -d opts --dbopts=opts options for dpkg-buildpackage. -e address --email=address use e-mail address. -h --help print help and exit. -n name --name=name use user name. -p --preserve do not overwrite files. -v --version print version and exit. Example: /usr/bin/asn2deb -e me@foo.net -a bar.asn1 -n "My Name" -d "-rfakeroot -uc -us" SEE ALSO
A lot of tools are used, which you have to apt-get install: wireshark-dev, python, cdbs, autotools-dev, debhelper, dpkg-dev, snacc. COPYING
This manual page was written by W. Borgert debacle@debian.org for Debian GNU/Linux (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. AUTHOR
W. Borgert Author. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2003, 2005 W. Borgert [FIXME: source] 2004-02-18 ASN2DEB(1)

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