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cs_init(3)							      cs/cs.h								cs_init(3)

NAME
cs_init - create and initialize a CS context SYNOPSIS
#include <cs/cs.h> NEOERR *cs_init (CSPARSE **parse, HDF *hdf); ARGUMENTS
parse - a pointer to a pointer to a CSPARSE structure that will be created hdf - the HDF dataset to be used during parsing and rendering DESCRIPTION
cs_init will create a CSPARSE structure and initialize it. This structure maintains the state and information necessary for parsing and rendering a CS template. MT-Level: cs routines perform no locking, and neither do hdf routines. They should be safe in an MT environment as long as they are con- fined to a single thread. RETURN VALUE
parse will contain a pointer to the allocated CSPARSE structure. This structure will be deallocated with cs_destroy() SEE ALSO
cs_dump(3), cs_destroy(3), cs_render(3), cs_register_esc_strfunc(3), cs_arg_parsev(3), cs_register_fileload(3), cs_init(3), cs_regis- ter_strfunc(3), cs_arg_parse(3), cs_parse_string(3), cs_parse_file(3), =(3), cs_register_function ClearSilver 12 July 2007 cs_init(3)

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cs_parse_file(3)						      cs/cs.h							  cs_parse_file(3)

NAME
cs_parse_file - parse a CS template file SYNOPSIS
#include <cs/cs.h> NEOERR *cs_parse_file (CSPARSE *parse, const char *path); ARGUMENTS
parse - a CSPARSE structure created with cs_init path - the path to the file to parse DESCRIPTION
cs_parse_file will parse the CS template located at path. It will use hdf_search_path() if path does not begin with a '/'. The parsed CS template will be appended to the current parse tree stored in the CSPARSE structure. The entire file is loaded into memory and parsed in place. RETURN VALUE
None SEE ALSO
cs_dump(3), cs_destroy(3), cs_render(3), cs_register_esc_strfunc(3), cs_arg_parsev(3), cs_register_fileload(3), cs_init(3), cs_regis- ter_strfunc(3), cs_arg_parse(3), cs_parse_string(3), cs_parse_file(3), =(3), cs_register_function ClearSilver 12 July 2007 cs_parse_file(3)
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