# cs_parse_file(3) [debian man page]

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

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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cs_parse_string(3)						      cs/cs.h							cs_parse_string(3)

NAME
cs_parse_string	- parse a CS template string

SYNOPSIS
#include <cs/cs.h>

NEOERR *cs_parse_string (CSPARSE *parse, char *buf, size_t blen);

ARGUMENTS
parse - a CSPARSE structure created with cs_init
buf - the string to parse.  Embedded NULLs are not currently
supported
blen - the length of the string

DESCRIPTION
cs_parse_string	parses	a string.  The string is modified, and internal references are kept by the parse tree.	For this reason, ownership
of the string is transfered to the CS system, and the string will be free'd when cs_destroy() is called.  The  parse  information  will	be
appended to the current parse tree.  During parse, the only HDF variables which are evaluated are those used in evar or include statements.

RETURN VALUE
None

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_string(3)
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